Fiberglass Boats You Can Build
VOLUME 48
Copyright, 1966

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Plans Section
Zephyr, a 14-foot runabout-skiboat (Charles Bell)
Wendy Two, 10-foot sailing dinghy (Charles Bell)
Gull, a 12-foot racing dinghy (Charles Bell)
Ike, 15-foot V-bottom utility (Charles Bell, based on an Atkin Design)
Glass Slipper, 17-foot bass boat (John Atkin)
Flying Fish, an 18-foot cruiser, inboard or outboard (Charles Bell)
Adventurer, 22-foot cruiser, inboard or outboard (Charles Bell)
Mainliner, 23-foot inboard cruiser (Charles Bell)
Sailfoam, a 9-foot plyfoam-fiberglass sailing dinghy
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Design and Construction
The Design of Fiberglass Boats
Art - and Fiberglass Boats
Quality in Fiberglass Boats
How Boatbuilders Use Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic
A Top for the Open Outboard
Flying Bridge Shelter Top
Fiberglass Masts
Rudders and Spinnaker Poles
A Fiberglass Sink
An Ice Box of Fiberglass
Build Your Own Fiberglass Refrigerator
A Leakproof Cockpit
Boat Landing for a Muddy Shore
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Maintenance and Repair
Covering Decks With Fiberglass
Another Method of Covering Decks
Don't Discard that Old Dinghy
Glass Your Boat
Points to Watch When Fiberglassing Hulls
Glassing the Metal Hull
Maintenance of Fiberglass Boats
Repairing Old Hulls With Fiberglass
Ten Steps in Making Fiberglass Repairs
Repairs You Can Make at Fitting-Out Time
Epoxy Rejuvenates a Lightning
Rigid Foams in Boatbuilding
Add Flotation to Your Boat
Tight Seams With Synthetics
Dynel - Synthetic Fiber Fabric
Protection From Fire
Guarding Against Fires
Fiberglass Tanks Flame-Tested
A Fiberglass Forum
Questions and Answers
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