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History of Fiberglass Boats

By (author) Daniel Spurr
Format: Hardback
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe, New York, United States
Imprint: TAB Books Inc
Published: 1st Jan 2000
Dimensions: w 188mm h 235mm d 29mm
Weight: 920g
ISBN-10: 0071579834
ISBN-13: 9780071579834
Barcode No: 9780071579834
Synopsis
Developed during World War Two, fibreglass transformed yachting, an exclusive pastime of the rich, into boating, a favoured leisure pursuit of America's growing middle class. This volume examines the history and development of fibreglass vessels.

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Spurr's new volume serves as a narrative and a unique scrapbook of the growth of boating in the second half of the 20th century. But the most exciting aspect of his book is the collection of rare photographs and brief narratives of some of the most successful boats built during recent decades. Heart of Glass is a good book to have on your library shelf.