2014 Back Issues (Download only)

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Get the collection of the Good Old Boat magazine 2014 issues. Available only as a download of PDF files.

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JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2014
January/February highlights: Review of the Freedom 38, Japanese boatbuilders, and a Golden Gate 30 refit

Speaking seriously: Coaxial Cable 101, Scientific yacht design by Rob Mazza, Trailer-sailer choices, the “Maestro” Seat, Countertop extension, Replacing lifelines, Engine instrument update, Hull envy Part two.

Lighter fare: Our reader’s boats, Unhooked and disoriented, New product launchings, Reflections: The right boat for the job, Simple solutions: Kayak cart, Quick and Easys: Protecting a dinghy’s skeg, Racor filter fix, The view from here: The mystique of tall ships.

MARCH/APRIL 2014
March/April highlights: Cheoy Lee Clipper 36 feature boat, and reviews of the Montgomery 17 and Islander 36.

Speaking seriously: Sacrificial Anodes 101, “The once and future boat bow” by Rob Mazza, Bubble of Comfort, An inspired table, Building a junk rig, Hatch patch, Protection in plaid, Swim step and ladder, and Instant cushions.

Lighter fare: Fix it or nix it?, Swiftsure, Jurgen’s ashes, New product launchings, Reflections: Dolphin night, Simple solutions: Stovetop English muffins and Silent night, Quick and Easys: Bird-proof lifelines and Salty-looking anti-chafing, The view from here: Helmophobia.

MAY/JUNE 2014
May/June highlights: Gulf 32 review, Balboa 20 refit, and Denys Rayner profile

Speaking seriously: Leach Lines 101, Strength savers, The gadget-filled boat, What’s in a boat’s name, Making an electrical panel, Ice magic, Screens for cowl vents, Watertight chainplates, and Tearing Levity apart

Lighter fare: You can’t get there from here . . . , Morale boosters, The Alberg 30 turns 50, Our readers’ boats, New product launchings, Reflections: Shoestring cruising, Simple solutions: A cover for a dinghy motor, Quick and Easys: The Reinpin, The view from here: Sunflower blooms

JULY/AUGUST 2014
July/August highlights: Beneteau First 32s5 review, Freedom 28 review and O”Day Mariner refit.

Speaking seriously: Marine Electrical Wire 101, Seakindliness by Rob Mazza, Roadside seductions, A wooden wheel, Levity’s new rudder, The blister question, Tackling blisters one by one, and Lifeline security.

Lighter fare: Sextant reflections, My dad, the boatbuilder, Reflections: Cruising on shoe leather, Simple solutions: Lanyards: the sailor’s keepsafes, Quick and Easys: Forehatch skylight, Outboard on wheels, The view from here: Defensive sailing.

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2104
September/October highlights: Beneteau First 32s5 review, Freedom 28 review and O”Day Mariner refit.

Speaking seriously: Marine Electrical Wire 101, Seakindliness by Rob Mazza, Roadside seductions, A wooden wheel, Levity’s new rudder, The blister question, Tackling blisters one by one, and Lifeline security.

Lighter fare: Sextant reflections, My dad, the boatbuilder, Reflections: Cruising on shoe leather, Simple solutions: Lanyards: the sailor’s keepsafes, Quick and Easys: Forehatch skylight, Outboard on wheels, The view from here: Defensive sailing.

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014
November/December highlights: Matilda 20 feature, Hunter 35.5 feature, Cal 34 refit.

Speaking seriously: Sail Telltails 101, Adding a DC electrical circuit, Solo Sailing — Departures and arrivals, Winterizing without tears, No time for perfection, 10 ways to save sailing dollars, Surface-mounted deadlights, Rebuilding a deck.

Lighter fare: A heavy-weather lesson, Falling in love with sailing, Caveat vendor, Pioneers of Lake Winnebago, Reflections: Setting standards, Simple solutions: Helm seat, Quick and Easys: Light’er up like Christmas and Grab hook or hookhold, New product launchings, The view from here: Labels divide us.

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