Clark Mills (boatbuilder)
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He was best known as the designer of economical and practical boats such as the Optimist pram, Windmill, Com-Pac 16 and others. He began building boats before World War II and after the war opened the Mills Boat Works in Clearwater, Florida.
- Bill Douglas "Simple Man Simple Boat
- Origins of the International Optimist Dinghy
- Sailing Magazine, March 1999: An 8-foot giant of a sailboat
- Hutchins Company Profile discusses the Com-Pac 16 designed by Clark Mills.
- Builder of Snipes.
- National Sailing Hall of Fame Induction
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