HOW TO BUILD SIXTEEN IDEAL MOTOR BOATS
A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON MOTOR BOAT BUILDING IN GENERAL WITH DETAIL WORKING DRAWINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS ON BUILDING MANY TYPES OF CRUISERS, RUNABOUTS, SPEED BOATS, DINGHIES, ETC.
VOLUME II
Copyright, 1927 (revised edition)

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Starting Correctly to Build
Laying Down the Lines, Interpreting the Various Plans
Shaping the Stem, Keel and Deadwood
Constructing the Deadwood and Boring the Shaftlog
Various Methods of Stern Construction, Setting Up the Keel and Bending Frames
Steaming Woods, Fitting the Floors, Frame Fastenings and Cutting the Limbers
Methods of Planking and Caulking the Hull
Beveling the Frames and Fitting the Deck Beams
Various Kinds of Engine Beds for Small Craft
Cabin House, Companionway, Slide and Doors and a Flush Hatch
General Hints on Building
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Plans
How to Build a 28-foot Raised Deck Cruiser
Specifications for a 28-foot Cruiser
How to Build a 20-foot Monoplane
Building a 25-foot V-bottom Cruiser
How to Build a 22-foot V-bottom Runabout
How to Build a 20-foot Knockabout
A 12-foot Bangabout
A 10-foot Scow-Type Boat
A 12-foot Skiff for an Outboard Motor
Building an 18-foot Runabout
Building a 13-foot Sea Skiff
Building a 12-foot Hydroplane
Building a 19-foot Tunnel Stern Boat
Building a 15-foot Sharpie for Power or Sail
How to Build a 20-foot Hydro-Runabout
How to Build a 9-foot Dinghy
What Should a Small Cruiser Be
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