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Classic Boat  |  Classic Boat May 2013  


Summer – or at least spring – should have arrived by now, but at least our May issue is out, with the story of the 1925 ketch Hurrica V, soon to be a global superstar with the summer release of the new Great Gatsby movie. We also have the story (and never-before-seen-photos) of how the photo archive of Robin Knox-Johnston's 1960s voyage around the world was recently found. And, as if our weather weren't bad enough, we're on board a tiny James Caird replica in the Southern Ocean, with the crew of six who repeated Shackleton's impossible voyage of 1916.

Also in the May issue of CB…

Danegeld – A classic British post-war racing sloop; and we meet her designer, the forgotten but prolific David Cheverton
Yavari – The steamer than got to Lake Titicaca in pieces, over the Andes and on the backs of mules. Fitzcarraldo all over again!
Saleroom – What fetched what at the last auction of Polar exploration ephemera
Objects of Desire – Ocean liner deck chair, Norwegian wool jumper, stylish specs, an accordion and an oil lamp
Classics in Hobart – We're in Tasmania for the Australian Wooden Boat Festival
Gear – Atlantic clothing, a scrimshaw kit and more – including drink with our resident boozehound Guy
Caulking – With traditional chandler John Greenaway
Class Notes – It's the turn of the Leader dinghy this month
Yard News – A round up from boatyards and backyards in Britain and around the world
Recycling – What's going to happen to GRP boats when they die, then?
Boatman's Notes – Ripping boards and steaming ribs
Traditional Tool – This month, Robin Gates looks at the history and use of the hand screw
Antigua – We're with boatbuilding apprentices at Woodstock's Yard in Antigua
Adrian Morgan – The marks that boatbuilder's leave on their work
Sternpost – Owning a fast classic from the board of Nigel Irens

Plus…. The latest news, boats for sale, readers' letters and more
Classic Boat is the magazine devoted to the world’s most beautiful boats.

Classic boats are boats which endure. They get passed down through families or taken on by enthusiasts who love the look and feel of these crafts.

Every month Classic Boat showcases the world’s most beautiful classic yachts alongside a wealth of news, restoration advice, opinions and reviews by the best writers in the business.
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Classic Boat   |   Classic Boat May 2013   


Summer – or at least spring – should have arrived by now, but at least our May issue is out, with the story of the 1925 ketch Hurrica V, soon to be a global superstar with the summer release of the new Great Gatsby movie. We also have the story (and never-before-seen-photos) of how the photo archive of Robin Knox-Johnston's 1960s voyage around the world was recently found. And, as if our weather weren't bad enough, we're on board a tiny James Caird replica in the Southern Ocean, with the crew of six who repeated Shackleton's impossible voyage of 1916.

Also in the May issue of CB…

Danegeld – A classic British post-war racing sloop; and we meet her designer, the forgotten but prolific David Cheverton
Yavari – The steamer than got to Lake Titicaca in pieces, over the Andes and on the backs of mules. Fitzcarraldo all over again!
Saleroom – What fetched what at the last auction of Polar exploration ephemera
Objects of Desire – Ocean liner deck chair, Norwegian wool jumper, stylish specs, an accordion and an oil lamp
Classics in Hobart – We're in Tasmania for the Australian Wooden Boat Festival
Gear – Atlantic clothing, a scrimshaw kit and more – including drink with our resident boozehound Guy
Caulking – With traditional chandler John Greenaway
Class Notes – It's the turn of the Leader dinghy this month
Yard News – A round up from boatyards and backyards in Britain and around the world
Recycling – What's going to happen to GRP boats when they die, then?
Boatman's Notes – Ripping boards and steaming ribs
Traditional Tool – This month, Robin Gates looks at the history and use of the hand screw
Antigua – We're with boatbuilding apprentices at Woodstock's Yard in Antigua
Adrian Morgan – The marks that boatbuilder's leave on their work
Sternpost – Owning a fast classic from the board of Nigel Irens

Plus…. The latest news, boats for sale, readers' letters and more
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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  You'll never miss an issue
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Classic Boat magazine print subscription.
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