Worth reading

Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by duluthboats, Nov 19, 2003.

  1. duluthboats
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    duluthboats Senior Dreamer

    I was looking for something to read today on my lunch break and I pulled out the latest issue of WoodenBoat. I’ve had it for about 2 weeks and I had already looked at all the pictures twice, and read the power boat articles. So I look in the index and find this, Sailing Cruiser Design, History, hydrostatics, and art, Part 1, by Tad Roberts. I don’t need an excuse to recommend WoodenBoat magazine, but this article is worth the cover price. Easy to read and full of good information.

    One thing Tad, there must be something in the wind that blows out your way. I thought I heard Ted Brewer, whispering between the lines as I read the article. Well done.

    Gary :D
  2. ErikG
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    ErikG Senior Member

    I'd gladly pay for the magazine, but I can't find it at any of the shops here in Stockholm. Major Bummer!

    Hopefully Tad will publish it on his site or here at Boatdesign.net eventually...

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