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Category: All Categories: Transportation: Nautical: Boat Building
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Benford, Jay R.  
Cruising Yachts

Publisher: Tiller; Friday Harbor, Wash: 1983.
Very Good+ with no dust jacket First Edition Hardcover ISBN: 0961039604 200 pages; 4to (11.25") 29 cm; Dark blue cloth, main text in 2 columns, about 200 b/w photos and diagrams, 30 color glossy photos, with captions. Illustrations include actual boatbuilding plans for about 18 sailing yachts, though a magnifying glass will be needed to read the detailed captions on these plans. ; Authored by Jay R. Benford, with Robin Roberts Benford, Frank Madd, Lilly Wite.

Appr.: | AUD 13.89 CAD 13.33 EUR 9.43 GBP 6.64 JPY 1,000.00 MXN 166.67 ZAR 142.86 

Purchase direct from: Alan's Used Books. Item number: 14869.
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Chapelle, Howard Irving, 1901-1975.  
Boatbuilding; a complete handbook of wooden boat construction [by] Howard I. Chapelle

Publisher: New York, Norton [1969, c1941].
624 p.186 illus., 58 plans. 25 cm. "This book ...will serve as a workshop handbook, giving detailed instruction on how to go about each part of the job and its proper sequence..." Stock# 44,647. Vg / no dj.

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Purchase direct from: The Owl at the Bridge. Item number: 44647.
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Chowning, Larry S.  
Chesapeake Bay Buyboats
Publisher: Tidewater Publishers, 2003 Centreville, MD.
ISBN: 0870335537 Book. Book condition: Very Good. Very Good. Hardcover 4to - over 9 - 12" tall First edition (stated). "Buyboats are part of the Chesapeake's maritime heritage. They evolved from the sailing schooners, bugeyes, pungies, and log canoes so familiar in the Bay's background. In the early 1900s, when suitably sized gasoline or diesel engines became available, many of these sailboats were converted to powerboats, even though they continued to exhibit components of their sailing past. A shortened mast with its original boom could be used to hoist cargo as well as sails. Once the small-boat engines became sufficiently powerful and reliable, sails were simply phased out over time. Builders began to construct new boats - buyboats -specifically designed for engine power. One of the most amazing features of all theses boats - sail, conversions, or new - is the way they were built or modified. Boatyards were often backyard businesses, family owned and operated, situated at the ends of the many peninsulas that reach out to the Bay. For years, all the work was done with hand tools, often with no real plans. Watching a boatwright work with an axe to shape a piece of wood to fit an unusual turn of the hull, particularly when the desired shape exists only in the eye of the builder, is truly watching an art form. Thanks to the efforts of some special people who genuinely love these boats, a few have been restored or rebuilt to serve new purposes as charter boats, movable classrooms, or floating homes. As long as the interest remains, the art of these boats will never be truly lost. While it is fascinating to learn about the boats, it is even more so to hear from so many of the people who were involved with them. By including the personal narratives, the author has presented a generous slice of life on the Bay, spanning many decades." Well illustrated with black-and-white photographs. xi + 260 pages. Book is in VERY GOOD condition. Dust jacket is in VERY GOOD condition.

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Purchase direct from: Lenny's Rare Books. Item number: 005369.
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Glen Marine Hardware Division  
Glen Inboard Marine Hardware Catalog 1986
Publisher: Glen Marin Hardware Division, 1986 Bellflower, CA.
Book. Book condition: Good. Soft cover 4to - over 9 - 12" tall Glen offers an extensive inventory of marine hardware, including some kits. Each item is fully described, illustrated, and priced. 32 pages. Book is in GOOD condition. Paper wrappers; stapled binding.

Appr.: | AUD 20.83 CAD 20.00 EUR 14.15 GBP 9.97 JPY 1,500.00 MXN 250.00 ZAR 214.29 

Purchase direct from: Lenny's Rare Books. Item number: 004398.
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Rabl, S. S.  
Boatbuildung in Your Own Backyard
Publisher: Cornell Maritime Press, 1947 New York.
Book. Book condition: Good. No Jacket. Hardcover Signed by Author(s) 4to - over 9 - 12" tall INSCRIBED on front endpaper: "To Martin J.. / from S. S. Rabl / March 18, 1950". Intended for the amateur, Rabl's book offers detailed instructions and tips on how to build your own boat. Twelve different boat plans are included, along with full illustrations and tips on avoiding problems. Well illustrated. 192 pages. Book is in GOOD condition. No dust jacket.

Appr.: | AUD 34.72 CAD 33.33 EUR 23.58 GBP 16.61 JPY 2,500.00 MXN 416.67 ZAR 357.14 

Purchase direct from: Lenny's Rare Books. Item number: 004735.
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