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Arawak: 1996 Grand Banks 42 Refit

arawakIf you haven’t followed the adventures of Arawak in the pages of Soundings’ sister magazine Power & Motoryacht or at betterpowerboat.com, here are the basics. In 2013, the AIM Marine Group launched a project known as My Boatworks, in which a 1996 Grand Banks 42 would be given a thorough refit with the help of sponsoring partners.

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Classics: Cape Dory 28

CapeDory28_ccThe Cape Dory 28 debuted in 1984, featuring a traditional trunk cabin, a single engine and a roomy cruising interior. During its decade-long production run, she set a standard for the fleet of salty Down East-style cruisers that would follow.

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30,000 boats and counting: Chesapeake Light Craft

light_craft1By typical kindergarten standards, John C. Harris was sort of a weird kid. As a 5-year-old he preferred fiddling with the pencils, compasses and other drawing tools on his father’s drafting table to the more conventional childhood games his friends were playing outside. And when his classmates were drawing engineering schematics in high school drafting class, Harris’ frustrated teacher simply left him alone to design and draw what he was completely obsessed with: boats.

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Lost and found: John Steinbeck’s Western Flyer

flyer1Finding a boat with historical literary significance these days is no easy task. Many boats that writers once owned have disappeared, lost to time or misfortune. Maybe that’s due to the chaotic and tentative nature of a writer’s life. Maybe that’s just boat ownership. Either way, few sailed by famed authors remain today. 

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Fishing boat bonanza from Miami show

mako334There’s nothing like the pull of a fish when you hook up, whether it’s a striped bass, dolphinfish, marlin or other gamefish. Adrenaline flows. Eyes focus. The brain screams, fish on! Landing the catch on slick-calm water, perhaps with a picturesque coastline within sight, doesn’t hurt, either.

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