In W104, our March/April 2014 issue - in leading UK newsagents from 27 February – you will find….
•Living with a Gleoiteog:It’s pronounced ‘glow chug’ which means ‘pretty boat’ in Irish. John Woods describes his complete rebuild of the smallest of traditional Irish working sailing craft. click to see
•Build Your Own 24’ (7.2m) Gaff Cutter:Designer Paul Gartside’s eye for double-enders was demonstrated by his 18-footer in W90. Asked for a larger version, he sends full plans with offsets for a capable cruiser.click to see
•What’s the Point of CAD?: And CNC-cutting? Andrew Wolstenholme explains how modern design and build techniques can improve accuracy and save time and wastage, for amateurs and professionals. click to see
• I Blame Arthur Ransome: First-time amateur builder James Gilchrist fulfils a longheld ambition to create a ‘Swallows & Amazons’ style dinghy by using a CNC-cut kit for a clinker-plywood Wolstenholme Coot. click to see
• Plus… Kathy Mansfield previews the great French festival in Douarnenez, Tim O’Connor rows folding dinghies from Nautiraid, John Brooks has an easy-to-build version of an American dayboat and the Beale Park show is nigh-ish: New 2014 CCC Rules. Download ABBA Rules. Download