NEW YEAR, NEW LOOK! Not so new that you will not recognise our JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2006 issue when it appears in all good UK newsagents from 15 December but we are putting out the flags to celebrate our 10th year of publication. We¹ll also have a brighter cover colour and more easily-read fonts inside. And there¹ll be more emphasis on our favourite themes: Designing Boats, Building Boats and Using Boats. DESIGNING BOATS: From Devon, Ed Burnett introduces his gaff cutter Frolic and from Canada, Paul Gartside presents a 4-seasons motor cruiser. And Steve Graham meets Graeme Hawksley, designer of an innovative hybrid diesel-electric auxiliary drive for his new steel Wylo cruising yacht. BUILDING BOATS: In the UK, Chris Yardley restores a virtually written-off Heron dinghy. In Amsterdam, Paul and Froukje Hamaker give their baby Livia the right start in life with a Cradle Boat. At college in Cork, Anne Barry builds a Œbaby bagger¹ a strip-plank version of a New York Bay sandbagger. And we announce Water Craft¹s annual Amateur Boatbuilding Awards to be held at the Beale Park Thames Boat show in June. USING BOATS: Regular contributor Dick Phillips and irregular art editor Peter Goad sail the CAPE CUTTER 19. Kathy Mansfield presents Sail Caledonia in pictures and a close-up of Juan Pablo Olaberria¹s Raid boat inspired by a traditional Spanish batela. ALL THIS and camellia oil, sailmakers¹ sewing machines and a steam outboard.
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