Rebuilding a Cape Dory 36 Part IV

This is the fourth article in a five-part series describing the rebuild of our 1982 Cape Dory 36 and how we turned it into a capable, yet simple, comfortable, affordable voyaging machine. In Part 1, I described the best practices we established to set ourselves up for a successful rebuild. In Part II, I described […]
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John Stone has been sailing since he was 12 years old. He raced dinghies and MORC as a teenager in southwest Florida and nourished his love of sailing throughout a 26 year career in the Marine Corps. When not voyaging on the Far Reach he and his wife Gayle live in North Carolina.