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Any number of construction methods will produce a beautiful boat. But for the backyard builder with limited experience and a tight budget, the choice is not so complicated. Stitch-and-glue construction, on the other hand, can produce the same results with a substantial savings in time and money. The process is quicker, easier, uses fewer parts, and produces a boat that is much easier to maintain-without the building molds and with only the simplest lofting. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

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Sam Devlin has elevated stitch-and-glue boatbuilding to an artform, and his graceful designs have attracted the attention of backyard builders across the country. Here is all you need to know to build the boat of your dreams, whether it's a 7-foot dinghy or a 40-foot power cruiser.

The quick and cost-effective way to build the boat of your dreams.

Why is stitch-and-glue boatbuilding so popular? . I have read this book several times.

Why is stitch-and-glue boatbuilding so popular? Any number of construction methods will produce a beautiful boat. He has a clear and logical way of presenting the stages of construction. His web site is informative and his video is equally as instructive. In terms of a complete "How to" series, I only wish other disciplines were as good. The stitch-and-glue technique was pioneered by builders of small boats, so it's not surprising that most boatbuilders think of it as a technique appropriate only for small boats.

Devlin Custom Built Boats. Sam and his team of top-notch craftsmen can design and build the boat of your dreams. With the Polliwog, we offer the amateur builder the opportunity to build a lightweight and strong dinghy or tender. Dream it up, and they can deliver it in every detail.

Why is stitch-and-glue boatbuilding so popular?

Any number of construction methods will produce a beautiful boat. But for the backyard builder with limited experience and a tight budget, the choice is not so complicated. Traditional plank-on-frame and cold-molded construction require complicated lofting and building molds--to say nothing of expensive tooling and lots of time. Stitch-and-glue construction, on the other hand, can produce the same results with a substantial savings in time and money. The process is quicker, easier, uses fewer parts, and produces a boat that is much easier to maintain--without the building molds and with only the simplest lofting. For tools, you need little more than a circular saw, a sander/polisher/grinder, a block plane, a framing square, a level, and a tape measure.

Sam Devlin has elevated stitch-and-glue boatbuilding to an artform, and his graceful designs have attracted the attention of backyard builders across the country. Here is all you need to know to build the boat of your dreams, whether it's a 7-foot dinghy or a 40-foot power cruiser. Devlin's Boatbuilding: How to Build Any Boat the Stitch-and-Glue Way shares the wisdom of his 16 years of experience designing, building, and helping others build his fleet of small sail- and powerboats.

It's all here, from choosing a design and setting up shop to painting the finished hull and launching. There is also a gallery of Devlin's designs and a detailed appendix listing sources for tools and other materials.


Comments: (7)

Doomblade
This is a great book. Every aspect of stitch and glue boatbuilding is covered in great detail, from shop practice to lofting, assembling and finishing the boat. The style is plain and enjoyable and the drawings are excellent. The author's love for boats, fine materials and good workmanship is evident in every page. I found just a few minor issues. First, the quality of the photographs is questionable. Moreover, from the builders' perspective, some more hints and suggestions on how to use power tools to cut sheet plywood, as well as a more in-depth discussion on epoxy-sealing the hull, would have been useful. Apart from those points, the book is excellent and should be in every boatbuilder's bookshelf.
Hystana
This is the most exhaustive and detailed guide to the boatbuilding technique known as "stitch and glue".
You can find every detail for the construction of a boat using this technique.
A must for the serious Do-It-Yourself boatbuilder.
From the basics in materials, (plywood, resins, fiberglass cloth) to the intrincacies of transfering drawings to the plywood sheets, to the adaptation of a design to stitch and glue construction, Devlin takes you step by step through all the details, so your boat can be safe and a work to be proud of.Devlin's Boatbuilding: How to Build Any Boat the Stitch-and-Glue Way
Granijurus
I had never built a stitch and glue boat. Shoot!! I had never built any boat. I bought this book to help me figure out the finer points. I am completely satisfied with the way it was written and the information I gleaned from it. The boat turned out great.
Qag
This is a great book for anyone looking to build their own wooden boat using the "stitch and glue" method. I don't really like Devlin's designs but the information he provides on the actual building process is very good. A wealth of tips and tricks to help you find your way.
Whitemaster
I have read this book several times. He has a clear and logical way of presenting the stages of construction. His web site is informative and his video is equally as instructive. In terms of a complete "How to" series, I only wish other disciplines were as good.

In addition to the quality of his construction, I am particularly fond of his designs. Most other stitch and glue plans lack the elegance of Sam's designs.
Brialelis
I bought this book last week and I love it! This book shows you in detail how to adapt any set of boat plans, or any existing boat, to the stitch & glue method of plywood & fiberglass boat construction. Mr. Devlin shares his experience and building techniques with you in a style that is engaging and entertaining. If you are interested in learning this type of boatbuilding, buy this book first! You won't be disappointed.
Snowskin
Devlin does a good job on touching all aspects of wooden boat building and some maintenance. His line drawings as well as the finished product are very appealing to the eye.
I'm waiting for somebody to finally come out With a book that gives an actual clear sequence of what to do first, then next, then after that and so on. Every book I read including this one gives generalized information and the procedures laid out in every book are different, such as fiberglass and laminating etc. I think if they were a little more detailed and included a glossary of terms used I could have saved months on research and planning.
Devlin's Boatbuilding: How to Build Any Boat the Stitch-and-Glue Way download epub
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Author: Samual Devlin
ISBN: 0071579907
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Transportation
Language: English
Publisher: International Marine/Ragged Mountain Press; 1 edition (October 25, 1995)
Pages: 198 pages