The September/October issue includes the Westsail 32 as the review boat and the Allied Seabreeze as the feature boat. Charles Kanter tells what you might find and expect to pay if you were looking for a good old (10 years old and older) multihull. We have a three-part group of articles on moving your boat by truck, by delivery service (including how to be a delivery captain yourself), and by modifying a trailer for transport to and storage at home.
We offer a look at the Dutch Boeier boats, tell of sail camping on a Newport 16, and have a delightful look at the Thunderbird races in Port Townsend during the summer of 2000. Lighthouses shine on our art spread, Mary Jane Hayes tells and shows how she gets gorgeous photos of boats and seascapes. Mark Smaalders tells how wooden boats are constructed (various techniques), and Ron Chappell offers a refit of a Com-Pac 23.
We continue the Quick and Easy projects with directions for building a cockpit awning, restoring a rusty anchor, and building a gorgeous dinette table. There’s more of course. Our letters to the editor are always popular, and we always have a couple of short Reflections and Last Tack pieces that readers say they turn to first.
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