Acclaimed builder, designer dies

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Edmund A. Cutts Sr., an acclaimed yacht designer, custom boatbuilder, author and Navy veteran who founded the Cutts & Case boatyard in Oxford, Md., died Nov. 11 at the age of 82.

He worked in several yards in the capacities of designer, loftsman and boatbuilder. Cutts also began writing for 'Rudder' magazine in 1963 and soon after began his own company designing and building boats in Locust Valley, N.Y., and eventually in Oxford at a shipyard he bought in partnership with John M. Case, forming Cutts &Case, Inc.

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