FREE Plans for a stunning fast , light Origami dinghy ,
a headturner everywhere , nice paintjob :-)
add seats and flotation and of you go with 10hp !!
a camouflage tent and she becomes a fast campcruiser !
--- In email@example.com, "Puck III" <ben_azo@...> wrote:
> Hi Tim , if you like the garvey , have a look at :
> the IVB or inverted V sure has proven to be fast and seaworthy,
> less hp are required , sure more stable and only little hours
> more to build . Let me know what you think :-)
> Old Ben
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "captainbws" <captainbws@> wrote:
> > Thanks Ben.....Yes the weight is a consideration given I intend
> > beach often. A Caulkins builder in Bellingham WA offers to kit
> > framing in plywood......Over at the Bartender foru (Yahoo)
> > wrote me they back theirs onto the beach to present the flat part
> > the hull.....Given the complexity of construction, higher cost,
> > higher weight and deep v bow of the bartender, I think I'll go
> > the garvey......Thanks for the link. I did look....I hope you
> > these design ideas for the world and yerself......My best, Tim---
> > email@example.com, "Puck III" <ben_azo@> wrote:
> > >
> > > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "captainbws" <captainbws@> wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Hi ya'll. Well I've moved back aboard my Nimble Nomad. Now
> > > looking
> > > > for a run around camp in it and beach it small boat. I've
> > > > seriously at Devlin's garvey cabined duck boat called Honker,
> > small
> > > > Tolman skiff, and the 19' Caulkins bartender. So far the
> > is
> > > > winning, because it is lighter and easy to beach, yet,
> > to
> > > > Devlin, will stand up to a squall. The bartender would be
> > > > comfortable in rough weather than the garvey, I think. Anyone
> > know of
> > > a
> > > > Bolger design for a small cabined beachable motorboat?.....Tim
> > > =========
> > > Hi Tim ,as far as I know Bolger's "Snow Leopard" is the only
> > > using the bartender planing hull form design rules ,
> > > you could have a look in the photoalbum ,
> > > Genevieve's Dory in the photosection of the :
> > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DoryBoat/
> > > where you will find some plans and pics.
> > >
> > > I am convinced it is possible to redesign the 19' Bartender
> > > to more modern lighter plywood or an other material
> > > eventualy even scale her down a few % ,
> > > use sideboards to have better sailing caracteristics and
> > > at the same time get rit of the intrusive centerboard.
> > > Even consider a larger rig , a lighter build permits
> > > to use some ballast when needed .
> > >
> > > You could end up with a real seaworthy little allround dory.
> > > Fast under sail , oar + real fast with modest hp ,
> > > interesting cause I do not see lower gass prices soon .
> > >
> > > Worth looking into ??
> > > You tell me :-)
> > > Old Ben
> > >