Are you intimidated by the prospect of installing, repairing, modifying, or replacing the wood accents that make your fiberglass boat more functional and distinctive? You needn't be. Simple, abundantly illustrated, and clearly written, here are the instructions you need to replace toerails and hatch boards; install handrails; repair coamings; build wooden racks, boxes, and shelving; or tackle just about any other woodworking project above or below deck.
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Presents 31 basic-to-intermediate level projects that can help repair, strengthen or enhance a boat. Projects range from repairing wood trim on deck to building shelves and cabinets below. Each project adds something to the suite of skills and situations encountered in previous projects.About the Author:
Garth Graves has been a woodworker for over 40 years. He's spent more than 25 of those years designing and building projects for boats, including his own 27-foot wooden sloop, Sea-Fever, and has contributed time to building a well-known tall ship, the replica revenue cutter California. He is the author of Yacht Craftsman's Handbook: 50 Woodworking Projects and has written articles for Fine Woodworking, WoodenBoat, Popular Mechanics, and Better Homes & Gardens.
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Book Description International Marine/Ragged Mountain Press, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0070246963
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