The Book of Wooden Boats, Volume 2

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W. W. Norton & Company, Nov 1, 2000 - Photography - 192 pages
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For almost two decades Benjamin Mendlowitz has traveled the globe to photograph wooden boats. His talent, born from passion for the subject, is unsurpassed. In his calendars and previous books he has already given us a record that ranks with the Rosenfelds and Beken of Cowes as the premier nautical photographic sources. Here Mendlowitz collaborates again with noted marine historian Maynard Bray to present 90 of the world's most interesting and photogenic boats, from simple prams and work boats to glorious classic sailing and power yachts. 200 color photographs.
 

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Contents

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Marine historian Maynard Bray has provided text for each Calendar of Wooden BoatsŪ, as well as for six books featuring Benjamin Mendlowitz’s boat photography. He lives in Brooklin, Maine.

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