Boatbuilding Manual, Fifth Edition [NOOK Book]

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Get the latest boatbuilding tips from this updated classic



Since its first publication in 1970, Boatbuilding Manual has become the standard reference in boatbuilding and boat design schools, in the offices of professional builders, and in the basement workshops of home builders. No other boatbuilding text has simultaneously served the disparate needs of professional and amateur audiences so successfully. ...

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Overview

Get the latest boatbuilding tips from this updated classic



Since its first publication in 1970, Boatbuilding Manual has become the standard reference in boatbuilding and boat design schools, in the offices of professional builders, and in the basement workshops of home builders. No other boatbuilding text has simultaneously served the disparate needs of professional and amateur audiences so successfully. Carl Cramer, the publisher of WoodenBoat and Professional Boatbuilder magazines, has fully updated this fifth edition with the latest in boatbuilding techniques and developments.



Includes:



  • The latest wood-epoxy construction methods that make amateur building more successful than ever before

  • Recommendations on products and materials, saving you time and money substantial time and expense



Topics include: Plans, Tools, Woods, Fiberglass and Other Hull Materials, Fastenings, Lines and Laying Down, Molds, Templates, and the Backbone, Setting Up, Framing, Planking, Deck Framing, Decking, Deck Joinerwork, Interior Joinerwork, Finishing, Sailboat Miscellany, Steering, Tanks, Plumbing, etc, Mechanical and Electrical, Potpourri, Safety

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A revised and updated reference (3rd ed., 1987) that emphasizes traditional wood construction but also surveys plywood, wood-epoxy, fiberglass, steel, aluminum, and other boatbuilding methods. The chapters on interpreting plans, lofting, and moldmaking are common to all methods. Throughout, the author recommends products, materials, and services that he has either used or regards highly. Thoroughly illustrated in b&w. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Mystic Seaport Museum
&'grave;The best building manual for wooden boats there is--clear, concise but inclusive, and written so the experienced boatbuilder can read it.''
— Gardner, John
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071744638
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 11/29/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 448
  • Sales rank: 475,620
  • File size: 18 MB
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Meet the Author

The late Robert M. Steward spent more than 55 years in the boatbuilding business, working for various design offices (among them the highly regarded Philip L. Rhodes firm) and for numerous builders on both coasts. For 24 years he was a designer and engineer at Huckins Yacht Corporation in Jacksonville, FL, and served for a year as its president before his retirement in 1981. He remained active as a designer and marine consultant until his death in 1996.

Carl Cramer has been the publisher of WoodenBoat magazine for more than 20 years, during which time WoodenBoat Publications launched Professional Boatbuilder magazine (1989) and IBEX, the boatbuilders' trade show (1991), both of which Carl oversees. Prior to his career at WoodenBoat, Carl graduated from the Yacht Design Institute and apprenticed as a boat designer and builder in the early 1970s.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. General; Chapter 2. Plans; Chapter 3. Tools; Chapter 4. Woods; Chapter 5. Fiberglass and Other Hull Materials; Chapter 6. Fastenings; Chapter 7. Lines and Laying Down; Chapter 8. Molds, Templates, and the Backbone; Chapter 9. Setting Up; Chapter 10. Framing; Chapter 11. Planking; Chapter 12. Deck Framing; Chapter 13. Decking; Chapter 14. Deck Joinerwork; Chapter 15. Interior Joinerwork; Chapter 16. Finishing; Chapter 17. Sailboat Miscellany; Chapter 18. Steering; Chapter 19. Tanks, Plumbing, etc.; Chapter 20. Mechanical and Electrical; Chapter 21. Potpourri; Chapter 22. Safety; Appendices
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