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Old 03-23-2004, 09:18 PM
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The Architectís Apprentice, by Gary Schwarzman, published 1998. Itís the story of the design and construction of a wooden sailboat. I think the professionals here may be bored with it, but for those thinking of having a costume boat built, or building one yourself, this is a straight forward story of what it takes. Itís an easy read and I think you will like it. If you canít find a copy, you can borrow mine.

Gary
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