John, you are right, I read the post a little fast and thought
refferane was to V Bottomed boats. Anyway both are great books. I was
lucky enough to find Flat Bottomed Boats some years ago, it is one of
--- In AtkinBoats@yahoogroups.com, jkohnen@b... wrote:
> But the Yamamoto boats are in the _other_ volume -- Simplified
> The V-Bottom Boat. At least as good as the first one. Talk your
> getting you that one too, Alan. <g> Full size drawings of the plans
> books are available from the Smithsonian Institution for very reasonable
> On Thu, 25 Mar 2004 23:56:51 -0000, Davis S wrote:
> > A gret book.The section on Amamoto boats gives a clue as to some of
> > Bolgers work.
> > --- In AtkinBoats@yahoogroups.com, "alan terry" <alanterry4@y...>
> > > Simplified Boatbuilding, The Flat-bottom Boat. 1973.
> > > At first sight it looked overly basic, but now I don't want the
> > > library to get it back! Even got stuff on boats with built in
> > > wheels, and some with forward mounted outboard motor wells; as well
> > > as steel barges and heaps more.
> > > A real good book, well recomended.
> John <jkohnen@b...>
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