2001 (#20) Sep/Oct
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Issue #20, September/October 2001.
We’ve got an interesting collection of boats: the Baba 40 is our review boat, the Tartan 33 is our feature boat, an electrically powered Rawson 30 turns the spotlight on electric propulsion, then there’s a focus on Viking longships and also on Monterey fishing boats. We’ve got refits on a Marshall Sanderling and an Alberg Corinthian. We continue writing of marine metals with part two of Mark Smaalder’s article, Don Launer tells of in-water boat storage in winter (bubblers, agitators, etc.). Ted Brewer writes of resistance in boats. Norman Ralph repaired his stanchions and the delaminated deck beneath, Mary Jane Hayes praises harbormasters, Kai Sturmann was in Mystic, Conn., to celebrate Sparkman & Stephens boats. Niki Perryman tells of simple cruising on a wooden Arthur Robb Lion. Chris Bauer, founder of Bauteck Marine, makes for one heck of a good old vendor tale. Barbara White counsels us to stay out of the galley by making simple one-pot stew meals. Quick and Easy projects focus on hatches and a makeshift cutting tool. We also have the usual book reviews, Last Tack, and Reflections.
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