WoodenBoat

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WoodenBoat
Frequency Bi-monthly
First issue 1974
Based in Brooklin, Maine
Language English
Website www.woodenboat.com
ISSN 0095-067X

WoodenBoat is an American magazine that has been published since 1974. It is written for owners, admirers, builders, and designers of wooden boats. Its publication marked the start of a trend — a growing interest in traditional boats and boat building techniques and the development thereof.[1] The company's headquarters is located in Brooklin, Maine.[2]

WoodenBoat celebrates both the old and the new. The diversity of types of craft built in this material and the interest would be repeated in other countries with publications such as Classic Boat, The Boatman and Watercraft.

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  1. ^ "A Brief History About WoodenBoat Publications". WoodenBoat Publications. Retrieved February 8, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Wooden Boat Magazine". Manta. Retrieved February 8, 2011. 

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