- Jan 6, 2009--- In AtkinBoats@yahoogroups.com, "Jon & Wanda(Tink)" <windyjon@...>
> Having resurched sternwheelers for a long time and then just
> my owen hull and having gotten started I can tell you part of thewhy.
> For a good hull you need the length to be 4 times or more then thewidth
> width to perform very well pluss wheel arms and wheel. To get a
> to accomidate comfort and needs it makes 28' about a minumum inlength
> and still wide enough for stability. THese sights may offer someinfo
> on sternwheelers.http://www.flickr.com/photos/jons_boat_building/sets/72157602709014393
> My little project:
> This will have a lot more time in it then you may want to spend.net
> > Seems like someone could have come up with a set of plans on the
> > buy now.A weekender for two and possibly a grandchild.Or plansfor a
> > sternwheel drive unit(I guess it is called that)I saw a niceelectric
> > one on youtube.It looked like a small landing craft.Maybe 22 feetThe last picture was taken June of 2007.Hows it coming along?
Thanks for the great site info.
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