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eBook Wooden Boats to Build Use (Maritime) ePub

by John Gardner

  • ISBN: 0913372781
  • Category: Transportation
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: John Gardner
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mystic Seaport Museum (January 1, 1970)
  • Pages: 261
  • ePub book: 1903 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1228 kb
  • Other: txt lrf lit mobi
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 996

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A couple are repeats like the Gunning Dory but he gives more info and offers a 16ft version. The cabin cruisers are interesting

A couple are repeats like the Gunning Dory but he gives more info and offers a 16ft version. The cabin cruisers are interesting. I especially enjoyed reading about the 27ft 4 oared Gig, a very unusual boat which can be rowed up to 10 mph and still handle some chop. It's a good read but it's hard to beat his Classic book. John Gardner is Father of the wooden boat revival and his opinion is highly respected. 10 people found this helpful.

John Gardner (1905–1995) born in Calais, Maine, USA; was a historian of water craft, a writer, a labor organizer, and a designer and builder of wooden boats. Gardner graduated from Calais Academy, Maine in the class of 1923; he studied to be a teacher at Machias Normal School, Maine; and obtained a Master's Degree from The Teacher's College at Columbia University in 1932.

Start by marking Wooden Boats to Build & Use (Maritime) as Want to Read . Background essays and complete building plans for 16 boats. Also included are discussions of half models, taking off lines, building techniques, and an essay on the future of wooden boats.

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Items related to Wooden Boats to Build & Use (Maritime). John Gardner began his boatbuilding career in 1940 at Graves Boatyard in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Book Description Mystic Seaport Museum. John Gardner Wooden Boats to Build & Use (Maritime). ISBN 13: 9780913372784. Wooden Boats to Build & Use (Maritime). He became a leading advocate and teacher of building small wooden boats and wrote more than 850 articles on small boats that appeared in "National Fisherman," "WoodenBoat," "Boating," and "Yachting," among others.

Besides valuable building instructions, there are plans & offsets for all of the various dory types. How To Build A Wooden Boat. This is the most comprehensive book ever published on the subject, and is noted for its clear Sam Manning illustrations, as well as its clear writing.

The book will be particularly appreciated by the owners willing to refit their boats from the complete scratch. What they shall do is just to read carefully and follow all instructions provided by the author.

The Register of Wooden Boats and Launchings. The Launchings section of ww. oodenboat. I do find from time to time that I’d like to look up the owner or the last-known hailing port of a particular boat. The Register, which is great for that, used to be a printed book by WoodenBoat Publications but is now exclusively online, which means that it is continually up-to-date. com is a catalog of boats that were newly launched at the time of listing.

Building Small Boats by Greg Rossel Hardcover: 288 pages Publisher: Wooden Boat Publications (December 15, 1998) ISBN: 0937822507

Building Small Boats by Greg Rossel Hardcover: 288 pages Publisher: Wooden Boat Publications (December 15, 1998) ISBN: 0937822507. Wooden Boats to Build & Use by John Gardner Paperback: 261 pages Publisher: Mystic Seaport Museum (November 1996) ISBN: 0913372781.

Background essays and complete building plans for 16 boats. Download Wooden Boats to Build & Use (Maritime) by John Gardner free

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A couple are repeats like the Gunning Dory but he gives more info and offers a 16ft version.

Background essays and complete building plans for 16 boats. Also included are discussions of half models, taking off lines, building techniques, and an essay on the future of wooden boats.

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Adoraris Adoraris
I enjoyed John Gardner's Classic Boat Building book so much I ordered this one. It starts where Classic left off with more boats. A couple are repeats like the Gunning Dory but he gives more info and offers a 16ft version. The cabin cruisers are interesting. I especially enjoyed reading about the 27ft 4 oared Gig, a very unusual boat which can be rowed up to 10 mph and still handle some chop. It's a good read but it's hard to beat his Classic book. John Gardner is Father of the wooden boat revival and his opinion is highly respected.
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Great book! Very informative. This book is full of useful information.