25 pages with illustrations and charts
Discusses materials, alloys, cutting, forming, setting up, framing, assembly sequence, welding equipment and practice, insulation, tanks, corrosion, joinerywork, finishing, etc.
Discusses materials, alloys, cutting, framing, assembly, joinerywork, finishing, and much more
Explains stitching, fillets, resin putty proportions, fiberglass, finishing etc with text & photos
Fiberglass Boatbuilding Manual
Covers one-off fiberglass method, fiberglass plankins, foam & basa core, resins, building forms, etc
by Glen L. Witt
Index, hundreds of photos, drawings, and illustrations, 312 pages, 8 1/2"x11", softcover, 1989.
This is the third edition of the well-known text covering plywood and its use in boatbuilding, especially from the standpoint of the amateur builder. It has become the recognized standard on a subject usually ...
"I wouldn't dream of drilling the prop shaft hole without the "Inboard Motor Installations" book written by Witt/Hankinson." Rodger, Florida
by Glen L. Witt & Ken Hankinson
Index, hundreds of photos, drawings, and illustrations, 8 1/2" x 11", hardcover, 1978.
A new revision of original text, INBOARD MOTOR INSTALLATIONS ...
How to Build Boat Trailers, 2nd ed.
Author: Glen L. Witt
Publication Date: 1996
Size: 8 1/2 x 11
Covers all topics and considerations in designing and building a boat trailer. Discusses latest equipment, designs. Lots of clear drawings, photos.
by Ken Hankinson Index, glossery, appendices, bibliography, supplier listing, 127 drawings,25 charts, tables, and graphs, 400 pages, 8 1/2" x 11", softcover, 1982.This practical "how-to" book is especially written for the amateur who may have little or no knowledge of fiberglass boat construction, as well as for the ...
by Ken Hankinson<br />Over 100 photos and illustrations, glossery, index, 120 pages, 8 1/2"x 11" softcover, 1986.<br /><br />This book presents the most up-to-date and complete information available from a single source for anyone interested in covering new or used boats with a protective layer of fiberglass using ...
002 The Gougeon Brothers on Boat Construction
Over twenty years of experience building with wood and epoxy are compiled in this fourth edition. Extensive chapters on lofting, safety, tools and construction methods are described with the aid of hundreds of detailed illustrations and photographs. Over ...
Boatbuilding for Beginners
Author: Jim Michalak
Publication Date: 2002
Size: 9 x 12
Contains full building plans for six boats: a 14 ft. sailboat, a two-person canoe, two rowboats and two motorboats along with instructions for making oars, sails and more. For the complete novice who really
New Core Cell Hull Planking Book available for the novice and professional builders.
"Building Your Hull With The Bead and Cove Foam System, Using Core Cell Foam" is a new book that explains in great detail every step from lofting to completed hull, including 64 diagrams. Written by Andre Bilodeau, a boat builder with over ...
Fiberglass Repair, Polyester or Epoxy
Author: David & Zora Aiken
Publication Date: 2005
Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Filled with easily accessed information aimed at giving the boatowner the skills to tackle typical fiberglass repairs using either polyester resin or epoxy. Includes blister repair, ...
New Plywood Boats: And a Few Others
Author: Thomas Firth Jones
Publication Date: 2001
Size: 7 x 10
Packed with photos and illustrations giving insight into the newer techniques and technology of designing and building modern small wooden boats using marine plywood. Includes a special ...
Go Build Your Own Boat
Author: Harold Dynamite Payson
Publication Date: 1987
Size: 8 1/2 X 11
Top notch you-can-do-it textbook filled with clear explanations of most steps in building small boats from lofting, scarfing plywood, striking the waterline, to fitting out and sailing. Tips, ...