COMPLETE DESIGNS FOR 44 MODERN BOATS
A COLLECTION OF DESIGNS FOR OUTBOARDS, UTILITIES, MOTOR CRUISERS, SMALL SAIL BOATS AND LARGER AUXILIARIES
VOLUME 18
Copyright, 1941

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Outboards and Utility Runabouts
Fisherman, a featherweight utility (Bruce N. Crandall)
Mosquito, a 10-foot outboard hydroplane (F. Hoblit)
Tinkle Bell, a 10 foot motor dinghy (William Atkin)
Flyer, a 10-foot midget runabout (Bruce N. Crandall)
Ippy, a 12-foot motor dinghy (William Atkin)
Doodlebug, a 12-foot inboard monoplane (John L. Hacker)
Plyabout, a 13-foot outboard utility (Bruce N. Crandall)
Black Arrow, a 13-foot outboard racing runabout (Bruce N. Crandall)
Slippery, a 14-foot 135 class hydroplane (John L. Hacker)
Gipsy, a 14-foot inboard runabout (William Atkin)
MoToSkiff, a 16-foot V-bottom utility (William Atkin)
Hardshell, a 16-foot metal runabout (William Atkin)
Jake, a 16-foot Down East dory (William Atkin)
Seven Days, an 18-foot flat bottom utility (William Atkin)
Water Wheel, an 18-foot V-bottom runabout (William Atkin)
Timmy High, a 19-foot utility skiff (William Atkin)
Libby N., a 22-foot round bottom utility (William Atkin)
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Motor Cruisers
Moppet, a 19-foot V-bottom cruiser (William Atkin)
Jersey Blue, a 25-foot skiff cruiser (William Atkin)
Marcia, a 27-foot cabin runabout (William Atkin)
Naiad, a 28-foot skiff cruiser (William Atkin)
Haidee, a 28-foot trunk cabin cruiser (William Atkin)
Peggy Ann, a 30-foot V-bottom cruiser (William Atkin)
Innaminnie, a 30-foot raised deck cruiser (William Atkin)
Totem, a 32-foot twin screw cruiser (William Atkin)
Neap Tide, a 39-foot cruiser (William Atkin)
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Sail Boats and Auxiliaries
Shipmite, an 8-foot plywood pram (Leonard H. Cross)
Kingfisher, a 10-foot sailing canoe (Edward R. Weber)
Heron Class, a 12-foot sloop (Edward R. Weber)
Scherzo, a 13-foot sailing canoe (Edward R. Weber)
Dickey, a 14-foot flat bottom sailboat (William Atkin)
Merrywing, an 18-foot V-bottom knockabout (William Atkin)
Rebel, an l8-foot V-bottom racing sloop (Charles M. Cox)
Helga, a 20-foot leeboard sloop (William Atkin)
Malva, a 21-foot V-bottom sloop
Benn Gunn, a 26-foot motor sailer (William Atkin)
Marie-Princess, a 30-foot auxiliary knockabout (William Atkin)
Eric, a 32-foot Colin Archer ketch (William Atkin)
Clione, a 35-foot double ended ketch (William Atkin)
Pam, a 35-foot auxiliary yawl (William Atkin)
Jerry Colemore, a 38-foot stem head sloop (William Atkin)
Fram, a 39-foot double ended cutter (William Atkin)
Margery Daw, a 39-foot auxiliary ketch (William Atkin)
Gundred, a 40-foot double ended ketch (William Atkin)
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