- --- In AtkinBoats@yahoogroups.com, "John Kohnen" <jkohnen@...> wrote:
> Sabot was designed sometime around 1935, so I fear that the drawings
> lost in the hurricane of 1938 which washed away Wm. Atkin's home,Most
> Mizzentop. But we can ask Mrs. Atkin -- She's design number 345 Pat!
> of the surviving Atkin plans from before the hurricane only survivedMany thanks, John. I'll look at Katydid. Meantime, here's hoping #345
> because they were in the posession of Hearst Publishing...
> Sabot is an interesting little boat. A similar, though somewhat larger
> boat is Katydid, also drawn in the early to mid '30s:
> On Sat, 14 Oct 2006 09:55:53 -0700, baycruiser54 wrote:
> > John,
> > Any hope of putting plans for Sabot on the website?
> John <jkohnen@...>
> Never board a ship without an onion, is sound doctrine. <H. W.
- Can you give me any info on International Marine Publishing Company?
They did a lot of great books but seemed to be left out of the
internet revolution. Any good (cheap) sources?
--- In AtkinBoats@yahoogroups.com, "benefruct" <ken@...> wrote:
> There is an excellent chapter ( with lines) of the Sabot in Roger
C .Taylor's STILL MORE
> GOOD BOATS 1981 IMPC
- International Marine is Still around, part of McGraw-Hill, and still
putting out good books:
> Can you give me any info on International Marine PublishingCompany?
> They did a lot of great books but seemed to be left out of the
> internet revolution. Any good (cheap) sources?
- They still publish some good books, but nothing like the Good Old Days
when they were a small publisher run by Real boat nuts. :o(
I usually use Advanced Book Exchange (ABE) to find used books:
On Sat, 18 Nov 2006 16:40:56 -0800, sals_dad wrote:
> International Marine is Still around, part of McGraw-Hill, and still
> putting out good books:
He got hold of the red meat of the language and turned it into
hamburgers. <Richard Gordon on Ernest Hemingway>