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    Re: Eric Hvalsoe and the HV-16

    Can you share what you have learned from your Hvalsoe 16, and how that informs your design of the Hvalsoe 19?
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    Re: Eric Hvalsoe and the HV-16

    Yeadon jokes about waiting for the Hvalsoe 19. Are you designing a larger sail and oar boat?
  3. Re: CL Seattle: 18.5ft fuel efficient PT SKIFF

    The Congressional Budget Office has studied the cost of providing security for "just" the oil that passes through the Persian Gulf. It costs $12 per gallon of gasoline, that's every gallon of...
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    Re: Minimum for 12 months afloat

    What if you designed a sailing dinghy to meet your client's desire to sail, not a compromise but a purely delightful sailing craft, but the main boat for journeying would be a very fuel efficient...
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    Re: Minimum for 12 months afloat

    I like a classic raised deck cruiser for style, volume, and livable shape.
    Add a motor-all-the-time sailing rig if you wish.

    If something like this were built using ply construction could it be...
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    Re: Minimum for 12 months afloat

    Here's a photo of the interior, head / shower forward, two single berths, small galley aft with icebox on the other side.

    http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/07/projects/elco/index.htm


    Second...
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    Re: Minimum for 12 months afloat

    A sixty-five year old sailor, with thirty years of coastal sailing experience built a retirement boat for himself and wife. He and the boat were featured in Duckworks magazine. Classic looks,...
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