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The electric option
by Susan Peterson Gateley

Electric propulsion -- Susan Peterson Gately researches the offerings in electrical power with an eye toward repowering her boat but decides the technology is not yet right for her. Keywords: range, speed, cost, weight, maintenance, replacement, Electric Boats, by Douglas Little, Electric Boat Association of the Americas, Electric Launch Company, Solomon Technologies

Article Number: 888
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 22-24, 77
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The Viking yacht
by Robert Brigham

The Viking yacht -- By Robert Birgham. Thanks goodness for ship burials of the past. They allow us to see a few well-preserved Viking boats. The author discusses construction and probable intended use of these boats and compares them with modern yachts. Keywords: Gokstad, Oseberg

Article Number: 889
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 25-28
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Good old catboat
by Stuart Hopkins

Good old catboat -- Stuart Hopkins and his wife undertook a major refit when they wanted a shoal-draft boat with standing headroom. But will they never learn? When finished they started over with a second catboat: a 22-foot Marshall.

Article Number: 890
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 29-32
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Bristol is beautiful
by Karen Larson

Bristol is beautiful -- By Karen Larson. Bristol Fashion's owners -- Russ and Joanne Clepper (and their schipperke, Mariah, of course!) -- put a lot of elbow grease into what was a well-worn charter boat. Now she's Bristol Fashion. Keywords: Sparkman & Stephens, extensive refit of this Tartan 33, Scheel keel, Tartan Ten and Tartan 34

Article Number: 891
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 33-36
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The Tartan 33 and the Scheel keel
by Ted Brewer

The Tartan 33 and the Scheel keel -- Ted Brewer discusses winged, widened, and other versions of keels in attempts to reduce draft.

Article Number: 892
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 37
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Hail to our harbormasters
by Mary Jane Hayes

Hail to our harbormasters -- By Mary Jane Hayes. For those who don't live near the coasts, a quick look at the role of the harbormaster.

Article Number: 893
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 33-39
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All this and cruising, too
by Kai Sturmann

All this and cruising, too -- Kai Sturmann and his boat, Etoile Filante, a Tartan 34-C attend the reunion of S&S boats and owners.

Article Number: 894
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 40-41
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Lion on a shoestring
by Niki Perryman

Lion on a shoestring -- Niki Perryman sails a 40-year-old wooden Arthur Robb Lion with Jamie Morrison. And they manage to do it while young.

Article Number: 895
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 42-44
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Chris Bauer and his boats
by Donald Launer

Chris Bauer and his boats -- By Donald Launer. Founder of Bauteck Marine, Chris Bauer is one interesting sailor. Keywords: Replica brig, Pilgrim, Two Years Before the Mast, Emigrance, Bauer boats

Article Number: 896
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 45-48
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One-pot wonders from the galley hatch
by Barbara White

One-pot wonders from the galley hatch -- By Barbara White. Recipies for several quick and easy fixes for the galley doldrums.

Article Number: 897
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 49-50
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The Monterey boat connection
by Charles Sweet

The Monterey boat connection -- By Charles Sweet tells of the Italian origins of the Monterey boat, its use in North America, and its restorations, derivatives and replicas (all of which are testimony to its popularity).

Article Number: 898
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 51-53
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Expensive? No . . . beyond price
by Frank Hemlin

Expensive? No . . . beyond price -- This refit was professionally done, but Frank Hemlin argues that it was worth every penny to him.

Article Number: 899
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 54-56
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Jury-rigged cutter
by Niki Perryman

Jury-rigged cutter -- By Niki Perryman.

Article Number: 900
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 60
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Elegant all-season solution
by Rolph Townshend

Elegant all-season solution -- By Rolph Townshend.

Article Number: 901
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 58-9
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Cruising the bittest baddest lake of all

Wake of the Green Storm, by Marlin Bree, reviewed by Steve Clark.

Article Number: 903
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 61
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An all-season must-have reference

Practical Seamanship, by Steve and Linda Dashew, reviewed by Sally Perreten.

Article Number: 904
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 61
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Pardeys re-release a 25-year-old favorite

Cruising in Seraffyn, by Lin and Larry Pardey, reviewed by Karen Larson.

Article Number: 905
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 62
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Encyclopedic work on bluewater cruising

Nigel Calder's Cruising Handbook, by Nigel Calder, reviewed by Ron Chappell.

Article Number: 906
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 62
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Following in some famous footsteps

Kydd, by Julian Stockwin, reviewed by Dave Olson.

Article Number: 907
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 63
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Sailor's Dictionary

Sailor's Illustrated Dictionary, by Thompson Lenfestey, noted by Karen Larson.

Article Number: 909
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 79
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The start of a summer yacht race from anchor, remembered
by Geoffrey Toye

The start of a summer yacht race from anchor, remembered -- By Geoffrey Toye.

Article Number: 910
Issue: 20 - September/October 2001
Page No: 80
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