The comfortable and beautiful boats designed by Ed Monk have been treasured-for cruising, working and living aboard-since the 1920s. From interviews with those who knew Ed Monk personally, and those who own his boats today, this book is in part a biography of the man and in part the story of his creations.(Pacific Motor Boat, courtesy of Paul Helman) equipped with a 160 hp Chrysler Majestic M-49 engine, which was replaced with an Isuzu diesel ... In 1941 the ketch Mariner III was launched at the Chambers and Franck yard for Peter G. Schranz. ... With a planing hull and a direct drive 75 hp Chrysler Ace, she ran at 1 8 mph.
|Title||:||Ed Monk and the Tradition of Classic Boats|
|Publisher||:||TouchWood Editions - 1998|