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Sound woodworking skills are essential when building a boat from scratch or just completing a hull, whether it is made of steel, aluminium, GRP or any form of wooden construction. This highly illustrated book provides help any aspiring boatbuilder decide what materials and tools to use and how to use them. Richard Birmingham's classic text covers the wide range of techniques and skills needed when constructing a boat, from interpreting the plans to hints on working different timbers. He answers many of those puzzling questions which need to be solved in a refreshingly clear and direct manner. This book will prove an invaluable reference to the home builder or newly trained apprentice in a fitting out yard.
Title: Boat Building Techniques Illustrated
Categories: Boatbuilding & Small Craft,
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: United Kingdom, Adlard Coles Nautical: 2006
ISBN Number: 0713676213
ISBN Number 13: 9780713676211
Binding: Trade Paperback
Book Condition: Near Fine
Size: 6 3/4 x 9 3/4
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 028677
Description: Whether building an entire boat or completing a bare hull, sound woodworking skills are essential - no matter if the hull is steel, aluminum, GRP or wooden. Covers techniques, materials, advice on tools and how to use them. 312pp "The Classic Text"