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    Last edited by PeterSibley; 11-24-2017 at 06:16 AM.
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    Very nice, thanks.

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    Peter, your third shot looks like a Coquina rigged with the sail off a Goat Island Skiff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterSibley View Post
    I like that a lot! I like everything about it assuming it has spoon oars.

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    Robert and I maybe will make a few of these. Stay tuned!

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    A Welsford Walkabout
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterSibley View Post


    A Welsford Walkabout
    One of my all time favorites. I think they look nice, and are well sorted.

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    P.S. I think the tent is cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amish rob View Post
    One of my all time favorites. I think they look nice, and are well sorted.

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    P.S. I think the tent is cute.
    If I'd known the design existed I may have built one instead of my Selway Fisher JIM.

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    and of course, the Forum favourite , Russ Manheimer's Sjogin.

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    any images of Sjogin's interior? I am always supprised to be reminded Sjogin is not gaff rigged, something about the hull I just assume there is a throat and peak tackle up there somewhere.

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    sjogin has the most wonderful interior
    admittedly it was a bit of a tight fit for me, but it is lovely and she is completely bare and open below so you can see and feel all her bits



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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterSibley View Post
    Yes, Peter Murtons one, rigged with the cut down rig of a real live Montague whaler.
    He's built a number of my boats for clients, does a very good job of both new and restoration work.
    http://www.murtons.co.nz/

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    That's the rig I'm putting on JIM.
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    And now for something completely different.....

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    Prime Computers, the balsa two-handed 18 Foot Skiff that launched the modern assymetric spinnaker.

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    Bruce Farr's first Moth

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    A small boat from Australia, very old, called Beachcomber .
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterSibley View Post

    These are the kind of boats and the kind of photographs that got WoodenBoat started. I remember the early issues. I would sit and look at the photographs for a long night. There is so much character in these few pictures you posted. Thank you.

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    and this mornings photo...

    we have the river and sound pretty much to ourselves, a few Duck boats out this morning.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Pless View Post
    sjogin has the most wonderful interior
    admittedly it was a bit of a tight fit for me, but it is lovely and she is completely bare and open below so you can see and feel all her bits
    thanks for those, I'm still trying to decide on the scale of the stove VS coffee mug, either it's a giant mug or a very small stove... smaller than a tiny tot?

    here's mine at 4" diameter and 14" high.

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    The Sardine is 12"x12"x11". We got one for Marianita but it is really too big, I do have permission to build a larger boat around it in a few years. They are built out here in Washington by Navigator Stove Works, place your order early there is a several month long waiting list. Not what anybody would consider a "bargain" but it is really well built.
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    I like this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterSibley View Post
    Beautiful shot..

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    Lots of the very finest here, but I'm biased.
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    Probably more like fetish pron.....



    Not as hot as.....



    maybe, but one of them you can dismantle and keep in a small shed, the other needs a full time trailer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CWSmith View Post
    These are the kind of boats and the kind of photographs that got WoodenBoat started. I remember the early issues. I would sit and look at the photographs for a long night. There is so much character in these few pictures you posted. Thank you.
    That's the reason all these photos are in my files !
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    Withotlz catboat built by Bruce Smith.

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    epic sharpie in that pic
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