Features March 2002 Issue

Off-the-Shelf Marine Toolkits

None of these sets will meet all your needs, but we can recommend the Seafit Deluxe Boatyard and Sears Craftsman, which have higher-quality tools than the rest. Either could serve as the basis of a more inclusive kit that you should develop on your own.

We looked at 11 pre-packed sets of tools. Some were OK. None would be enough on its own.

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