BUILD A BOAT
A NEW BOOK OF SMALL-BOAT DESIGNS AND BLUE PRINTS OF TWENTY-FIVE PRACTICAL RUNABOUTS, CRUISERS, HYDROPLANES, AUXILIARIES AND DINGHIES
VOLUME VII
Copyright, 1924

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Twelve-foot outboard Dinghy
Buster, a 12-foot sailing dinghy (Charles D. Mower)
Smarty, a 14-foot utility boat (Charles D. Mower)
Marybelle, a 14-foot runabout (John L. Hacker)
Lorraine, a 16-foot runabout (John L. Hacker)
Miss Mississippi, a 17-foot hydroplane
Anita, a 17-foot runabout (John L. Hacker)
Flapper, an 18-foot runabout (John L. Hacker)
Imp, an l8-foot runabout (N. C. Cushing)
Frances, an 18-foot catboat (Charles D. Mower)
Gladys, a 20-foot runabout (John L. Hacker)
Grace, a 20-foot Cape Cod catboat (Charles D. Mower)
Priscilla, a 21-foot monoplane (John L. Hacker)
Miss Victory, a 22-foot hydroplane
Suzette, a 22-foot runabout (John L. Hacker)
Fleetfoot, a 22-foot runabout (John L. Hacker)
Charlatan, a 22-foot shallow draft runabout
Chiquita, a 23-foot runabout (John L. Hacker)
Dolores, a 24-foot knockabout (Charles D. Mower)
White Cap, a 25-foot runabout (John L. Hacker)
Ponset, a 25-foot cruiser
Miss A.P.B.A., a 26-foot runabout (John L. Hacker)
Irene, a 28-foot speedabout (John L. Hacker)
Margie, a 31-foot cruiser (John L. Hacker)
Ruth, a 33-foot fishing cruiser (John L. Hacker)
Florence, a 37-foot cruiser (John L. Hacker)
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