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The Boatman Magazine, August 1996 Issue

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THE LOG

ALBUM - It's Greenwich time again - with words from Pete Greenfield and pictures from Peter Chesworth.

AMATEUR SHIPWRIGHTS AWARDS - David Parker reviews the winners and others in our second competition for the practical enthusiast.

LETTERS

SEA OTTER - A new member of a Lancashire family of boats gets the Judy Brickhill treatment.

LIVELY LADY - Keith Pritchard tells how Sir Alee Rose's famous craft was saved from an unwatery grave.

FRED SHEPHERD - Designer lan Nicolson remembers the man who was a family friend as well as a great designer

REFLECTIONS - Austin Hawkins reviews the widely contrasting work of two artists with something different to offer.

RIDING THE FLYER - John Leather takes a different tack about long low speed machines.

FOR LAUNCH - Gavin Davies tries a new version of an estuary boatman's craft.

BRIDLINGTON SKIFF - Robert Miles tells how he recreated a craft originally built by his grandfather.

WATER WAGS - Boatbuilder Frank Schofield traces the history of the first One Design class.

WIND GENERATOR - Robin Benjamin tells how he harnessed the power from on high.

BENCHMARKS - Greg Rossel reveals the secrets of making your own mast hoops - with little expense.

ON THE SLIP - Bob Forsyth looks at laminating - if you feel you must.

FRIENDS IN THE TRADE - The mystical art of propeller selection explained by the experts.

BUILDING FANNY - Dick Phillips and his college crew fit the fore, aft and side decks plus the sidebenches and soleboards.

TRADEWINDS
FRESH BREEZES
DIARY

RUN ASHORE - Items of interest from our correspondents at home and abroad collated by Hannah Tapping.

SEAFOOD FROM THE SAIL LOFT - Paul Sellars serves up a sauceful sole.
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