Thanks for the information. I plan on Building the boats, so, I guess
I just order the Full Plans and bypass the time of looking over Study
I have 3 Boats I want. I keep looking over the available choices and
here where I sand now.
The First as I have always wanted a boat like this is the "June Bug".
Ever since I was a small child and seen boats similar to this in
movies it has always been something I liked.
My Second boat of wanting is the *Active III*. I love the Ketch and
Yawl. These have been boats that, to me look, elegant with their extra
mizzen mast and sails. I guess they remind me off the Hugh Schooners
of old with a full array of sails from bow to stern. So, the *Active
III* caught my interest because of it's size. This will be a fun
day-sailer for me that I know will make a great conversation starter.
In this same size range I am keeping my eye on "Pocahontas" she is an
interesting girl. The first time I ever seen a Lee-Board design it was
a Gaff Rigged Sloop and I became curious of the design. I mainly just
wanted one to know more of this design and "Pocahontas" give me a good
way to do this.
My Third boat and it be the last on the list to build is a Sail-Boat
that will be my home for the rest of my life. Making this choice, my
head is spinning as there so many that would make a home for me. I
look for a length from 30'-38'. I do like some smaller lengths but may
lean more toward the latter/longer. I have narrowed down to 6 choices,
Ha! This will need to be a World Cruiser, that is well prepared for
Mother Nature and her fury.
Here my list and if anyone can comment on any of these I would love to
hear your input.