An idiosyncratic but very thoughtful design for minimalist cruising in Alaskan waters.
Good discussion of the pros and cons of sailing without an engine, written by a couple who have done so for years. Lots of tips.
The author describes the symptoms of "Two-Foot-it is" with hints on how to resist its onset and why small-boat owners have more fun.
The counterargument. "Yes, this is coming from the Walden Pond guy, the proponent of the simple less-is-better liveaboarder's lifestyle. But I never said no frills." The author argues that life aboard should be fun, stimulating, and on occasion, even elegant.
Entertaining but serious account of the author's various boat improvement projects and his dawning realization that most of them achieved the opposite.