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Re: Russel R

Hello all, I have successfully finished lofting the plans for the Russell R. and have drawn half the frames. I am now considering weather to build on molds
Grant Corson
Aug 27, 2017
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3594

Re: Russel R

Thanks David, I did the same as you and moved on to the next step. Grant From: on behalf of "David Calloway
Grant Corson
Aug 21, 2017
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3593

Re: Russel R

Alan and David, thanks for the replies. Alan, I followed your progress on SOS and was impressed by your builds. The problem I had was with the offsets on
Grant Corson
Aug 21, 2017
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3592

Re: Russel R

Are you talking about the transom or where the outboard goes. If it's where the out board goes you have to design that too fit your motor. I built three of
Alan Marsh
Aug 20, 2017
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3591

Re: Russel R [1 Attachment]

I'm building  'Motoskiff: Weldone' and when lofting, there are no offsets for the transom with the exception of the LWL. I just extended the curves that
David Calloway
Aug 20, 2017
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3590

Re: Russel R [1 Attachment]

Thanks for your reply, Dan. While doing the lofting there is an offset missing in the half breadths when you get to the tranny. I will have to simply estimate
Grant Corson
Aug 20, 2017
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3589

Re: Russel R

Grant, Can you get the transom dimensions from the plans? From: Grant Corson corson34@... [AtkinBoats] Sent: Sunday, August 20, 12:05 AM Subject:
Dan Houston
Aug 20, 2017
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Russel R

I have the plans for Russel R and have started lofting and run into a couple of snags. The offsets at the stern seem to lack a number for the half breadths of
Grant Corson
Aug 19, 2017
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3587

Re: Has anyone built the Nymph?

Thanks, Don. I came to a similar conclusion, but for some reason, maybe my imagination, I thought that Nymph might be lighter weight, a significant factor for
David Carlen
Aug 5, 2017
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3586

Re: Has anyone built the Nymph?

Both boats were designed in the 1920's and neither uses plywood; assuming that's what you meant by sheet goods. Perhaps you were thinking of tarp sails? Mike
austindolph
Aug 5, 2017
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3585

Re: Has anyone built the Nymph?

I have just finished reviewing both Nymph and Jan from the Atkin's website and to me both tenders are almost identical in size and form: length and breadth are
douglasboats
Aug 5, 2017
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3584

Has anyone built the Nymph?

I'm looking to build a tender for my sailboat. Though I've built lots of things, it will be my first boat. I like that the Nymph is light weight. I'm
carlen@norwich-corp.com
Aug 4, 2017
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3583

Re: Searching for photos of Teach

Hi John, Yes! Thank you for the photos of Teach! It took me ages to find someone with access to pictures of her on the water. Maybe one day I'll see one in
skdrewry@gmail.com
Jul 30, 2017
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3582

Re: Searching for photos of Teach

Hi Tim, Your Teach is a gorgeous boat, but unfortunately I live in North Carolina so hopping over to your shore is a bit less than convenient. I wish I were in
skdrewry@gmail.com
Jul 30, 2017
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3581

Re: Searching for photos of Teach

Hi Steve,  The photos of the Teach are of my boat. Where are you located? I'm on Bainbridge Island near Seattle. You might want to see or sail it before
tim.lemon
Jul 28, 2017
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