100 Boat Designs Reviewed: Design Commentaries by the Experts

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WoodenBoat Books, 1997 - Reference - 264 pages
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Well-known as the editor of the best-selling annual Mariner's Book of Days, Peter Spectre lives in Spruce Head, Maine.
 

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Contents

Introduction Hi About the Authors
1
Nesting Dinghies
3
Simple and Able Touring Kayaks
8
A StripPlanked Touring Kayak
11
Two Sea Kayaks
13
Two DoublePaddle Canoes
17
ChapterVII A Sailing Canoe
21
Two Daysailers Chesapeake Fashion
23
Three Concordia Cruisers
91
A DoubleEnded Sloop
97
A ShoalDraft Plywood Ketch
100
A New OldFashioned Yawl
104
Two ChesapeakeStyle Deadrise Yachts
108
A Sloop or a Yawl
112
A KeelCenterboard Sloop
115
A Chesapeake Skipjack
117

Schooner and Flashboat
27
ChapterX Two Chesapeake Skiffs
31
A Rowing and Sailing Skiff
35
A Lapstrake Open Boat
37
A Sloop Boat
39
A BeachCruising Yawl
43
An Interclub Racing Dory
47
An Experimental Daysailer
49
An Ultralight Cruiser
56
Two Small Cruisers
59
A Simple Pocket Cruiser
63
A Little Sloop
66
A DoubleEnded Sloop
69
Two Plywood Pocket Cruisers
71
An Electric Auxiliary Cutter
75
Two DoubleEnders
78
Two ShoalDraft Yawls
82
A KeelCenterboard Sloop
86
A Pilothouse Sloop
88
ChapterXXXVIL A Cutter and a Sloop with Regional Roots
121
Chapter XXXVUL A Scottish Yawl
128
A ScandinavianInspired Cutter
131
A Designers Choice
135
A ColdMolded Cutter
142
Chapter XLW A Modern Traditional Yawl
148
Chapter XLV11 A Cutter of the Colin Archer Type
156
A ShoalDraft Ketch
162
A Modified Pungy
169
I Two Cruising Ketches
176
A Fast Cruising Sloop
186
Two OutboardPowered Garveys
195
Three Plywood Composite Outboard Boats
203
A Displacement Launch
212
Chapter LXW A Seaworthy DoubleEnded Powerboat
222
Chapter LXV Two Plywood Cruising Houseboats
235
Chapter LXX Two Seagoing Powerboats
248
Chapter LXXV Two Striking Power Yachts
261
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About the author (1997)

Peter H. Spectre, a renowned writer with a lifelong appreciation of the sea and its traditions, is the former editor of WoodenBoat magazine and the current editor of Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors. He is co-author of Afloat on the Tide and author of A Mariner's Miscellany, also published by Sheridan House.

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