Shenandoah is a 108-foot schooner that sails out of Martha's Vineyard. The day I visited, she sat in the railway as workers crawled along scaffolding, replacing her planking from the waterline up with white oak. Hot from the steamer, each plank had to be bent and clamped in place and then a fellow who looked like he'd sleep very well at night used an impact hammer to drive home fasteners at each frame member. Before the boat's relaunched later this spring, two-thirds of Shenandoah's topside frames will have been replaced, all the stern frames replaced, and a new transom built. She'll have new bulwarks and cap rail, and the bottom will be refastened, as well.