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Fifty Woodenboats: A Catalog of Building Plans

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The first in the series, this catalog contains study plans for 50 designs -- which range from a 7'7" pram to a 41'3" schooner. In addition there are drawings that identify the parts of a wooden boat, a bibliography, a guide for the selection of various woods, and instructions by Weston Farmer on reading boat plans.
Paperback, 115 pages
Published February 1st 1988 by Wooden Boat Publications (first published June 1st 1984)
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