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YACHTS AND YACHTING

yachts and yachting
 
 Author(s)                

Fred S. Cozzens
 Publisher
Cassell & Company
 Date
1887
 Pages
159
 Format
pdf
 Size
53.9 Mb

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   The element of Design is a most important factor in all good work, and nothing is more essential in all Construction than that there shall first be Design, which simply means that every necessary detail shall be reviewed, put on paper, and approved before the materials necessary for the contemplated work are touched. Design is especially necessary even in the most elementary forms of Naval architecture, as when the lines of a boat are laid down on paper, not only is the form of the intended craft more clearly seen, but an opportunity is afforded for correcting and altering any details which are shown by the drawings to be detrimental to the success of the boat designed.
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