In a message dated 7/2/2003 5:44:46 AM E. Australia Standard Time, ... Sneakeasy and Tennessee are very lightly constructed. The 29 Tennessee uses 3/8 plyMessage 1 of 87 , Jul 1, 2003View SourceIn a message dated 7/2/2003 5:44:46 AM E. Australia Standard Time,
> Also, PB&F designs boats where you don't needSneakeasy and Tennessee are very lightly constructed. The 29' Tennessee uses
> to expose yourself on deck in bad weather.
> [Not to mention the tabernacled masts ability
> to lower in bad weather (and/or surf)]
> I think if you dunked a Sneakeasy, or a
> Tennessee, [or a Chebacco?] that they would
> fill with water and flounder.
> Storm Petrel is another boat that could not
> be sunk in any sea. It is a bobber.
3/8" ply (doubled on the bottom), with very little framing. This is OK for
rivers and small lakes but not really what I would call sea-going.
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Hi David,for now its working,but its kinda busy there.enjoy Stephan ... so ... Hartley ... not ... horses ... Fred posts ... <snip> away ... Gloucester,Message 87 of 87 , Jul 29, 2003View SourceHi David,for now its working,but its kinda busy there.enjoy
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> > > Well I'm still looking for suitable designs for my future boat ,
> > far theHartley
> > > Chebacco Light Cruiser seems the front runner but the
> > 21 looks tonot
> > > show some promise with a bit of modification although it's
> > a Bolgerhorses
> > > design , is any one familiar with the CLC , and what is the
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> > > clinker ply version ? is it as strong as the ply and fibreglass
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