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Deer Isle's Undefeated America's Cup Crews - Humble Heroes from a Downeast Island
by: Mark Gabrielson
AIDA- N.G. Herreshoff's Finest Shallow-Draft Yawl
Herein is a love story: the love of a man with a great eye for the designs of a genius naval architect, and the love of a family for a boat the filled thier dreams. This book tells of the magnificent N.G. Herreshoff Yawl AIDA, and of the skilled, authentic restoration undertaken by D.N. Hylan & Assciates when the Brays found a new home for AIDA after their 40 years of ownership. Bray's family and reconstruction photographs are supplemented by those of renowned photographer of classic wooden boats, Benjamin Mendlowitz. Original Herreshoff drawings from which AIDA was built are also included.
Proceedings from the Fourth Herreshoff Classic Yacht Symposium, 2010.
Proceedings from the Third Herreshoff Classic Yacht Symposium, 2008.
Proceedings from the Second Herreshoff Classic Yacht Symposium, 2006.
Proceedings- Collection of 2006,2008 & 2010
Collect all three of our previous Proceedings publications from 2006, 2008 and 2010 at a reduced price!
Recollections: and Other Writings by Nathanael G. Herreshoff
Edited by Carlton J. Pinheiro
Introduction by Halsey C. Herreshoff
America's Cup: Trials and Triumphs
by Richard V. Simpson
The America's Cup and Me
by Edward du Moulin
Their Last Letters 1930-1938
Nathanael Greene Herreshoff and William Picard Stephens
Annotated by John W. Streeter
Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol
by L. Francis Herreshoff
Of Boats and Brothers DVD
Third Wave Films
Herreshoff of Bristol
by Maynard Bray & Carlton Pinheiro
Guide to the Haffenreffer-Herreshoff Collection
Kurt Hasselbalch, Frances Overcash & Angela Reddin
The Francis Russell Hart Nautical Collections
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Museum
The Quest for the America's Cup: Sailing to Victory
For over one hundred and fifty years, the America's Cup has been the premier prize as yachtsmen have been pitted against sailors from around the world in an effort to win this prestigious race. The race takes its name from the champion schooner America, which was created due in large part to the efforts of New York Yacht Club founder John Cox Stevens. Author Richard V. Simpson sheds new light on long-forgotten stories of the early quests for the coveted Cup.
Temple to the Wind
Temple to the Wind: The Story of America's Greatest Naval Architect and his Masterpiece, RELIANCE. Written by Christopher Pastore. Hardcover.
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