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``A rowdy, detailed, informative, sometimes profane and immensely practical compendium of boatbuilding techniques, comments and philosophy. Buehler's thumbnail descriptions. . .are as clear and concise as you will get. But best of all, Buehler believes you can have as much fun building your boat as you intend to have sailing it.'' (Sailing)
``How to build wodden boats the Buehler way; which is to say, inexpensively, yet like the proverbial brick outhouse.'' (WoodenBoat)
``With an eye to economy and ease, Buehler has modernized wooden boatbuilding processes just enough to allow even the unskilled (and underfunded) to succeed.'' (Boatbuilder)
``George Buehler is a throwback to an earlier, more self-reliant time. His theme is that it isn't necessary to build `approved' style yachts in an `approved' fashion, it is more important to get on with building and using boats!'' (American Sailor)
George Buehler was born in Oregon in 1948, and has been messing around with boats ever since his Sainted Mother gave him a copy of Scuppers the Sailor Dog. Buehler resides with his wife and two dogs on Whidbey Island, Washington, where he is known for the sterling qualities of his friends, his kindness to stray dogs and abandoned boats, and his collection of bad habits. He's a fair shot with a pistol, and a Croquet Ace.
How to build a boat. when you don't have a whole factory floor. Megabucks for rigging and outfitting. Fancy tools. Read morePublished on Aug. 15 2002 by mostly Cajun
I am a new hobbyist in the boatbuilding field and this book was very informative. The tips of preparing your building area was very good and easy to interpret. Read morePublished on Aug. 11 2002 by Ronald Tallent
This is my favourite book on boat building. Be careful, because this book will make you dream day and night. Read morePublished on Feb. 12 2002 by Giuseppe Bianco
I have read several books which presume to instruct the reader in boatbuiling. Buehler's book was one of the first I read and remains, in my humble opinion, to be the best. Read morePublished on Jan. 15 2001 by Rodger Mathews
As a wooden boatbuilding teacher, I must recomend reading materials to my students, some of which do not read all that well. Mr. Read morePublished on Nov. 17 2000 by Thaddeus J. Van Gilder
I am presently building the 32-feet Mystic by Ted Brewer. One of the main reason why I dared to start on the project was George Bueler's book (borrowed from my brother). Read morePublished on July 14 2000 by Lars Silen