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The Boatman Magazine, July 1996 Issue

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THE LOG

ALBUM - Ray Little and Stuart Wilkinson provide a foretaste of next month's Thames Traditional Boat Rally.

LETTERS

FARNE ISLANDER - "Such a pretty boat" - Judy Brickhill sails the new pocket cruiser from wooden boat builders McNulty's.

ESPANOLA - Martin Birch tells of the rejuvenation of his Victorian yacht.

THE NOTTAGE INSTITUTE - 100 years of teaching - for sailors by sailors - John Leather traces the history.

BENCHMARKS - Make your own simple tools to ease those tricky jobs. Greg Rossel shows how.

BRISTOL '96 - First images from the International Festival of the Sea.

GOLD DUSTERS - Near forgotten workboats of the Humber described by Frank Schofield.

LAUNCHES FOR ALL - Gavin Davies looks at a family of launches and the family behind them

WOOD & WATER Part II - Richard Hare concludes his cautionary analysis of cause and effect, with advice on rot prevention.

BOOKS

SAILING THE COVEBOAT - Judy Brickhill enjoys today's version of a 100 year old dayboat with a West Country heritage.

FRIENDS IN THE TRADE - Advice on improving the keel profile of a Broads Yacht.

FIRST FIND YOUR GAFFER - How Peter Wyatt gave up the plastic fantastic for an Itchen Ferry cutter.

BUILDING OUR FANTAIL LAUNCH - Fanny's path to power continues as Dick Phillips and his students turn her over and prepare to install her inboard diesel.

TRADEWINDS - Antifouling paints, a long-term deck shoe test, and oars for home completion feature in this month's product reviews.

FRESH BREEZES - Brief looks at building birchbark canoes, elm from Guernsey, waterproof charts, superior quality brushes for vamishwork and some upmarket sunglasses.

DIARY

RUN ASHORE - Hannah Tapping rounds up the news stories from our correspondents at home and abroad.

SEAFOOD FROM THE SAIL LOFT - Chef Paul Sellars recommends mussels for the main... or as a starter.
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