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From a Bare Hull

by Mate, Ferenc

Condition: Very Good/Very Good

Vancouver: Albatross Publishing House, 1976. xv, 534pp, index, glossary, num bw photos, plans and diagrams. Or beige cloth in jacket. Jacket somewhat edgeworn with crease to flaps. All the vital information one should have before buying, building or re-finishing a boat. Includes advise on substantial savings when buying or selling; design theories; engineering concepts; ideal construction methods; every 'how-to' aspect of boat building; description of necessary tools and how to use them; specs on 30 production boats; specs on 24 marine diesel engines; list of materials for a 30' boat with 165 photographs & 140 illustrations.. Second Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.


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