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The Boatman Magazine, September 1996 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
THE LOG

ALBUM - Mario Marzari joined the lateen rigged Mediterranean workboats at their annual rally in Stintino.

LETTERS

GOLDEN HIND 31 - Richard Hare tries today's version of one ofyesteryear's classic cruisers.

SAM DEVLIN - A man with designs on stitch and glue techniques.

BOOKS

RAPSODY - Richard Johnstone-Bryden tells how and why a Swedish type was chosen to meet an eco-friendly boatman's modern needs and...

CG PETTEBSSON ...John Leather profiles the designer and some of his other craft.

SOUTHAMPTON PREVIEW - Who's where and with what this year.

BUYING A TRADITIONAL YACHT - Surveyor JC Winters gives advice to would-be purchasers of older craft.

HA'PENNY - Another excellent example of a boat for today based upon a craft from yesterday reviewed by Judy Brickhill.

DINGHY CRUISING - Roger Barnes looks at the practicalities and joys of passage making in smaller craft.

BENCHMARKS - Making her look right - Greg Rossel suggests how subtle changes can make all the difference to line and form.

ON THE SLIP - Scarphing in a new section is usually better than sistering says surveyor Bob Forsyth.

REMOVING KEELBOLTS - Other ways of getting them out by Colin Black...

FRIENDS IN THE TRADE...who also tells how an easy start Stuart Turner can be fact not just fancy.

COBMOBAN - Bill McDonald sets sail in Quiberon Bay in one of the latest of a class which dates back to the early 1920s.

TRADEWINDS
FRESH BREEZES
DIARY

RUN ASHORE - Hannah Tapping collates the news from our sources near to home and further afield.

THE BOATMAN'S CATALOGUE

SEAFOOD FROM THE SAIL LOFT - How about a Ragout of Brill for an apres-sail supper, suggests chef Paul Sellars.
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