2004 (#39) Nov/Dec
$ 6.00 – $ 8.00
Issue #39, November/December 2004.
The November issue will leave you breathless once again. Even the dinghies are gorgeous. The boats in this issue include a knockout dory by John Gardner, a Pacific Seacraft 37 (also known as the Crealock 37), the Pearson Vanguard, and a Venture 25. Seriously then we’ve also got everything you want to know about sealants and adhesives (what to use where and more importantly what NOT to use elsewhere!), a winter boat enclosure, a look at sloops and cutters by Ted Brewer, an unusual way to resurface the cabin sole, Bilge Pumps 101, and the other knockout dinghy: a Fatty Knees made into a lifeboat! Just for fun, a couple of cruising memories articles, a profile of Alex Tilley and his boat (he’s the guy who makes the floating sun hat), and a center spread of photos of the Pacific Northwest. What’s more includes a quick and easy boat chamois idea, a way to hold something in place while the epoxy sets, and rail mounts for solar panels. Simple Solutions include delamination repair for a hatch, creating extra counter space, and a handy tool: Clamptite. What’s more: Quick and Easy chamois tips, a clever glue solution, and simple rail mounts for solar panels along with Simple Solutions for a delimitation repair, sink covers to increase counter space, and a handy new tool: Clamptite.
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