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Westlawn Institute of Marine Technology
16 Deep Cove Road
Eastport, ME 04631 USA
Phone: 207 853 6600
Fax: 207 853 6605
Student Services :
The Masthead:
Norm Nudelman, Editor
The Journal of the Westlawn Institute of Marine Technology
The Masthead
The Masthead
Copyright © 2012 by Westlawn Institute of Marine Technology
Masthead Archive
All back issues of
The Masthead
are available online. 
to read the back issues of
The Masthead
There are over 8,500 subscribers to
The Masthead,
Westlawn Institute’s quarterly E-journal.
Our readers are yacht and boat designers, boatbuilders, marine techs, surveyors, boat design students, and
members of the boating public.
NEW!! Online Searchable Combined Index for All
Issues of
The Masthead
With 22 issues and counting, there is a vast store of information in all
the issues of Westlawn’s quarterly online journal,
The Masthead
. All
issues are always free and always available online. But how can you find articles on specific topics or
by specific authors in all these issues? We’ve made it easy! Click on the link below and you’ll get a
searchable PDF file, which is the
Combined Index
of all issues. Use the
function to search for the
information you want, then download or open that issue. The
Combined Index
will be updated with
each new issue, so it will always be current.
Ship’s Store
to visit our ship’s store
for Westlawn caps and tee-shirts,
bronze spline weights
(see picture
and a selection of marine
Who We Are
Westlawn is a not-for-profit educational affiliate of
school is nationally accredited by the
(DETC), and is listed as an
accredited school by the
and by the
The Westlawn Yacht & Boat Design Program is also
accredited by the
Our Mission
Founded in 1930, the mission of the Westlawn Insti-
tute of Marine Technology is threefold:
To provide our students with the skills and knowl-
edge required to build a rewarding career in the
profession of yacht and small-craft naval architec-
ture via distance learning.
To support continued growth of the recreational
and small-craft marine community through the
development of well-trained, safety-oriented,
boat designers developing better products for the
benefit of the boating public.
To provide continuing education to marine-
industry professionals.
A Not-For-Profit Corporation
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