THE PLYWOOD BOATBUILDER
VOLUME 41
Copyright, 1967 (revised edition?)

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Plywood Has Its Place
Introduction to Plywood Boatbuilding (Three Parts)
Designing for Construction in Plywood
Developing a Plywood Design
Designing a Sailboat to Use Plywood
Loft Before You Build
Tricks of the Trade for Home Boatbuilders
Build on a Solid Foundation
Tips on Using Plywood
Planking a Plywood Hull
Plywood for Interiors
Building a Plywood Cabin
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Prams and Dinghies
Build a Dinghy to Fit (Bruce N. Crandall)
Tiny Ripple, non-sinkable dinghy (William and John Atkin)
Rinky-Dink, 7-foot tender (William Atkin)
'Itty Bitty, 7-foot pram (William and John Atkin)
Saipan, 7-foot sailing pram (William and John Atkin)
The Optimist-Pram (Clark Mills)
Shipmite, 8-foot sailing dinghy (Leonard H. Cross)
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Sailboats
Skimmer, 13-foot sailing board (William and John Atkin)
Jasper, 14-foot pirogue-rigged sailing skiff (William Atkin)
Aunty Helen, 16-foot sailing skiff (William Atkin)
Trivia, 18-foot stemhead sloop (William F. Crosby)
Rebel, 18-foot one-design sloop (Charles M. Cox)
Schizo, 18-foot catamaran (Robert B. Harris)
Mr. Browne, 20-foot knockabout (William Atkin)
Gulf Coast, 20-foot centerboard sloop (Edward R. Weber)
Tri-Trainer, 11-foot sailboat for the beginner (John Atkin)
Abie Porpoise, 22-foot auxiliary dory (William and John Atkin)
Cap'n Dick, 21-foot fin-keel knockabout (William Atkin)
Hilaria, 24-foot cruising auxiliary (William F. Crosby)
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Outboards
Chatter Box, 10-foot fast pram (William and John Atkin)
Plyabout, 13-foot utility (Bruce N. Crandall)
Black Arrow, 13-foot racing runabout (Bruce N. Crandall)
Good Luck, 14-foot fisherman (Atkin Design)
Maude and Emeline, 14-foot low-powered fishing skiff (William Atkin)
Scandal, 14-foot low-powered utility skiff (William Atkin)
Sedge, 15-foot utility punt (William Atkin)
Ration, 16-foot rowing skiff (William Atkin)
Walter Piel, 16-foot V-bottom fisherman (William and John Atkin)
Punch, 17-foot skiff (William Atkin)
Utility, 18-foot workoat pram (Capt. W. Mack Angas)
Ann-Louise, 18-foot 3-berth cruiser (Don Rodney)
Kathy, 20-foot cruising-runabout (Don Rodney)
Unsanctioned, 22-foot cruiser (John Atkin)
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Inboard Runabouts & Cruisers
Ebb, 12-foot V-bottom utility (Atkin Design)
Doodlebug, 12-foot racing monoplane (John L. Hacker)
Ippy, 12-foot utility skiff (William Atkin)
Victory, 13-foot plywood runabout (William Atkin)
Bumble Bee, 14-foot runabout (William Atkin)
MoToSkiff, 16-foot V-bottom utility (William Atkin)
Azby, 16-foot utility-runabout (Atkin Design)
Sixteen Too, 16-foot V-bottom utility (William and John Atkin)
Bobby M., 17-foot utility-runabout (William Atkin)
Rescue Minor, 19-foot tunnel-stern, shallow-draft utility (William Atkin)
Mitty-Ann, 20-foot flat-bottom utility-runabout (William Atkin)
Sprat, 20-foot garvey riverboat (William Atkin)
Crab, 22-foot shallow draft hydrojet cruiser (William J. Deed)
Dasher, 25-foot V-bottom cruiser (William Atkin)
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