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    Re: Sail and Motor Pr0n.

    grp version from Seashell Boats

    http://www.boatsandoutboards.co.uk/img/adphotos/paa/048/136048_-_photo_1_1467103993_img.jpg

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    Re: Sail and Motor Pr0n.

    https://www.cornishcrabbers.co.uk/dinghy-series/cormorant-12/
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    Re: Sail and Motor Pr0n.

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-Vt9-77E7y94/VlyrcNsgJyI/AAAAAAAARRM/S4Yxj7bLFy8/s1600/sails.jpg
  4. Re: Sailing canoe with Hobie mirage drive - layout

    http://www.clcboats.com/shop/boats/development-projects/waterlust-sailing-canoe.html

    hobie drive from clc
  5. Re: Cruising Plywood Trimaran Design max 24/26ft

    http://www.sailingnetworks.com/boats/view/11786
  6. Re: Cruising Plywood Trimaran Design max 24/26ft

    https://cache.apolloduck.com/image_bin/440360_1.jpg?1440398195

    http://yachts.apolloduck.co.uk/feature.phtml?id=440360
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    Re: Vivier Kernic

    She has been kept quite simple and basic. Which I rather like. Guess she can be "improved" as required, but nice to be able to start with a minimum fittout.
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    Re: Vivier Kernic

    https://scontent-lht6-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/18010243_10155181374932433_141586116279241864_n.jpg?oh=bdfc640801a5cd8afad3ae000b78cf03&oe=598E0DDA
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    Re: Vivier Kernic

    https://scontent-lht6-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/p720x720/17880364_10155181375037433_47111190625962477_o.jpg?oh=0dd2584c977a8ecbb7a80ff083f92edd&oe=59874B0D
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    Vivier Kernic

    http://www.oconnorwoodenboats.com/naval-cadet-boats/

    https://static1.squarespace.com/static/535d0edee4b009fc847e57fc/t/573dac1f8259b598b7efdedb/1463659555924/_AOC2065.jpg?format=1500w
  11. Re: Minimum comforts in small boat accommodation.

    i think a small cabin would keep me out sailing for longer periods, our weather is just so poor.

    the other factor that added greatly to feeling secure and in control to enjoy the cruising is in...
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    Re: Unstayed Carbon Mast for Small Boat

    plans are from http://www.duckworksbbs.com/plans/bufflehead/
    info includes Hugh Horton who can help with mast making
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    Re: Unstayed Carbon Mast for Small Boat

    https://www.bootsbaugarage.ch/bufflehead_en.htm

    https://www.bootsbaugarage.ch/buff_technik_en.htm

    carbon mast for Bufflehead
  14. Re: CLC Nanoship 12'6" water ballasted self righting cruising dinghy

    great news john, really look forward to watching build and seeing her sailing.
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    Re: Designs for old codgers

    https://www.bootsbaugarage.ch/buff_technik_en.htm

    more about the seat, thing plans for the seat are available

    https://www.bootsbaugarage.ch/img/sitz_1.JPG
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    Re: Designs for old codgers

    i asked what the ply SOT weighed that Betard designed. betwen 18 and 20kg. much lighter than the plastic versions.

    https://www.bedardyachtdesign.com/designs/kayaks/f1430-fishing-kayak/
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    Re: CLC Nanoship sailing

    http://www.clcboats.com/scripts/phpThumb/phpThumb.php?src=/images/photos/Life_of_Boats_Blog/New_for_2015/NanoShip_2-2_Plan_and_Elevation_-_Thumb.jpg&w=580
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    Re: CLC Nanoship sailing

    Beer Luggers on the beach were the inspiration for the design.
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    Re: CLC Nanoship sailing

    http://www.clcboats.com/images/photos/Life_of_Boats_Blog/New_for_2015/NanoShip_2-2_Starboard_Stern_Quarter.jpg

    https://farm1.staticflickr.com/630/20878006215_6d509ce45e.jpg
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    Re: CLC Nanoship sailing

    https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7472/15565236933_34d9308bd9.jpg

    http://www.clcboats.com/images/blog/NanoShip_Sailplan.jpg
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    Re: CLC Nanoship sailing

    https://www.facebook.com/chesapeakelightcraft/?ref=br_tf
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    CLC Nanoship sailing

    https://scontent-lht6-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/17758307_10155123379592398_9071315320051629360_o.jpg?oh=8c23edb89edc79d1e692b1e1620e87a2&oe=59628758

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    Re: Sailing Dinghy Similiar to Mirror

    http://www.vivierboats.com/albumsfr/Voile-Aviron/laita/laita%2012.jpg

    http://www.vivierboats.com/albumsfr/Voile-Aviron/laita/laita%2009.jpg
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    Re: Sailing Dinghy Similiar to Mirror

    Liata looks really nice.a good choice. she meets your spec. vivier is a top designer, the build description sounds simple and straight forward. Lighter and narrower than morbic 12 for your car...
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    Re: (Another) little cutter I quite like.

    strip plank version of gerrs

    http://johndanicic.com/page18/page4/page27/files/gob-nesting-dinghy-.pdf

    http://johndanicic.com/page18/page4/page27/files/gob-nesting-dinghy-.pdf

    perfect to...
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    Re: (Another) little cutter I quite like.

    one way of stowing a larger tender would be say 10' as a two piece, 2x5'.

    Klaus Metz has a 12' nesting design.

    simplfied and reduced to 10' might work.
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    Re: (Another) little cutter I quite like.

    6' is a very small tender. Scraps looks handy though. 6'3

    http://www.jwboatdesigns.co.nz/plans/scraps/index.htm

    http://www.jwboatdesigns.co.nz/plans/scraps/scraps.jpg
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    Re: (Another) little cutter I quite like.

    wonderful.
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    Re: Designs for old codgers

    thanks tink

    not off topic at all
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    Re: Designs for old codgers

    good luck with trials. Like your rig. Very nice.

    Will the box sort of flip from inside the hull, over the gunnel and somehow sit clipped creating the stability to climb back in.
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    Re: Designs for old codgers

    tink,

    how about writing to Meade?

    could say 12 people join to pay for set of drawings?
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    Re: Is there a fast wooden cruiser design?

    how dare you refer to Dudley Dix as a designer with no track record!
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    Re: Is there a fast wooden cruiser design?

    think you might be right.
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    Re: Design for first build

    $500 boat.

    tough task

    will need simple design but still worth doing

    i reckon an OzGoose is your best choice

    http://www.storerboatplans.com/wp/category/plan/pd-goose/
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    Re: Is there a fast wooden cruiser design?

    yes DS15 very nice https://www.facebook.com/dudley.dix/posts/10155081418864859?pnref=story
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    Re: Is there a fast wooden cruiser design?

    http://www.dixdesign.com/29Retrodidi.htm

    this 30' fast retro design could be drawn to 40' or larger

    http://dudleydix.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/first-didi-29-retro-sailing-photos.html


    modern...
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    Re: Is there a fast wooden cruiser design?

    http://www.dixdesign.com/29Retrodidi.htm

    this 30' fast retro design could be drawn to 40' or larger

    http://dudleydix.blogspot.co.uk/2017/02/first-didi-29-retro-sailing-photos.html
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    Re: Designs for old codgers

    Meade for president of OCS

    how go we some how have plans drawn for his latest boat

    the ultimate OCS design
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    Re: 15' RoG micro cruiser

    Please lets not start with "my boats better than your boat" stuff. Scamp is wonderful. I adore her.

    RoG is also superb in her own way. Great to have these new designs available to us for...
  40. Re: New Wooden Sailing Canoes - Artemis, Nautilus and TriRaid 560

    Adrian, the thing is with sailing canoes is beam makes a big difference.

    Artemis at 30" is a true 50"50 sailing canoe. really good paddling canoe and sailing canoe. that make her much less stable...
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    Re: Designs for old codgers

    this bit?
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    Re: Calendar Islands Yawl build in NY

    still here, very much enjoying your updates, and now the exciting planking bit. The method of using plank edge to edge and then lapstrake sides seems a really good solution to me.
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    Re: 17ft Power Boat

    http://www.jwboatdesigns.co.nz/plans/rifleman/index.htm Welsford Rifleman.

    http://www.jwboatdesigns.co.nz/plans/rifleman/riflemanlines.gif

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  44. Re: john harris thoughts on a larger pocketship

    Agree 100% with you. 1000 second hand boats in uk means no kits can work here, but in US opposite situation. No supply of old boats, modern design and manufacture by John, and proven customer demand,...
  45. Re: New Wooden Sailing Canoes - Artemis, Nautilus and TriRaid 560

    an update on Artemis explaining her features , including her mylar rig from Michael Storer.


    https://www.bootsbaugarage.ch/artemis_en.htm

    https://www.bootsbaugarage.ch/img/artemis_1.jpg
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  46. Re: john harris thoughts on a larger pocketship

    the latest 21' version costs 44k base price.

    https://www.cornishcrabbers.co.uk/shrimper-series/shrimper-21/

    perhaps John could aim for 10k? kit, hugely successful design, John might just have...
  47. Re: john harris thoughts on a larger pocketship

    perhaps she might fill the role as a motor cruiser version . With just a small steadying sail.
  48. Re: john harris thoughts on a larger pocketship

    I thought of you Axel when reading John's post. Glad you enjoyed it. I rather like the Sharpie.

    Iain, sorry you lost your backer. Very promising project. Could she work as a Paradox alternative?...
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    Re: Microcruiser Options

    lots of videos of RoG sailing and being built here

    https://www.bedardyachtdesign.com/articles/videos/
  50. john harris thoughts on a larger pocketship

    very interesting post

    http://www.clcboats.com/life-of-boats-blog/The-Search-for-the-Bigger-PocketShip.html
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