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Re: Little Water Sr

Bit of a delayed response, sorry Matthew! Yes i have plans for 2 brothers in an old Motor Boating book, i have not seen the plans listed for sale via the Atkin
Oct 28, 2015

Re: Innaminnie

Many thanks Alan Fine looking job you have done, gives me motivation to get started. Regards Dale On Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 4:25 AM, Alan Boman alan@...
dale anderson
Sep 22, 2015

Re: Innaminnie

Hi Dale, I’m building a “River Belle”, which is a 36’ tunnel stern. The final part of the Fit-Out is presently underway. I’ve changed Atkin’s
Alan Boman
Sep 22, 2015


Hello, has anyone built this one or any of the large Atkin cruisers? likes, dislikes, possible changes? Thanks
dale anderson
Sep 21, 2015


my wife and i owned the original tallyho for 15 yrs much of which was dedicated to restoration. we lived aboard for 5 years during which we logged 20,000 plus
Aug 12, 2015

Live Yankee

Anything you can share on building a "Live Yankee" schooner?
Jun 7, 2015

Re: list of 372 different rowboats

oops tacking-outrigger.com Rowboat List and wooden boat plans http://www.tacking-outrigger.com/rowboat3.html tacking-outrigger.com Rowboat List and wooden boat
May 9, 2015

list of 372 different rowboats

I have written up a list of 372 different rowboat designs. Each listing has boat and designer name, length, width and a link to a website for more information.
May 9, 2015

Scarlet Trousers (Yet Another Reason to Like Shallow Draft Boats)

Thumbing through Wm. and John Atkin's First Book of Boats I stumbled upon this bit of wisdom, in the chapter about Atkin design #540, a real nice little
John Kohnen
May 8, 2015
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Off topic: Nepal Earthquake

If anyone is looking to do something to support relief efforts in Nepal, I have a suggestion. I was a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in Chautara, Sindhupalchok
Apr 29, 2015

Re: Florence Oakland build

Hi Evgeny, Yes you can attach the keel after the boat is built, just make sure nothing is in the way that can't be easily removed. Have you costed having the
Tiernan Roe
Apr 14, 2015

Re: Florence Oakland build

I’m not a fan of galvanized and try not to use it on my boat. Sooner or later, it begins to rust and ends up staining everything in reach. Again, I think you
John Almberg
Apr 13, 2015

Re: Florence Oakland build

Yes, you can attach the keel late in the construction after you crane the boat out of your yard. Boat yards drop keels on boats often. Talk to your yard to get
David Calloway
Apr 13, 2015

Re: Florence Oakland build

Thank you Tiernan and John for the advises. My backyard is trapped in between other buildings so i afraid i will need to pay twice for the big crane - once to
Apr 13, 2015

Re: Florence Oakland build

Now that is a good idea. Alas, one I will probably never need ;-) — John ——————————————-- "What people say you cannot do, you try
John Almberg
Apr 12, 2015
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