Modern Boat Building

Modern Boat Building

A fantastic comprehensive guide to building boats for the amateurs and professionals alike. It will help the amateur to turn out a credible piece of work and aid the apprentice boat builder in learning his trade. If the instructions and methods within this book are followed carefully they will result in well constructed craft that will be seaworthy and weatherly. Profusely illustrated with diagrams and photographs.

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Publisher Read Books Ltd
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ISBN 1473387019
Pages 116 pages
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