707Re: Bolger Sharpie for sale
- Aug 5, 2009Anybody care to comment on the type of leeboard that is drawn on the
My reason for asking is based on Bolger's later updates of similar
boards. For example the updated Martha Jane plans, the Jochems Family
Schooner and the Fast Motorsailor and also Fast Brick, all of which
seem to include a heavy backing plate between the hull and the boards.
In fact Mr. Bolger seems to have returned to a centerboard arrangement
in his later off-shore designs, such as the AS 29 and 39, Col. H. G.
Hasler, Fiji, and some unfinished designs including the I60 and my very
--- In Bolger4Sale@yahoogroups.com, "graeme19121984"
>construction before. Very handy indeed, thanks, as I've the plans
> Re the EW archive link: Wow! I hadn't seen those pics of part finished
acquired from Nels on the desk before me... (Those pics on the trailer
are nice to view also - their reproduction in MAIB is rather blurred.)
>or at least a colour change to blue/yellow (that pic in bolger2 IIRC). I
> Re the pedigree: I'd bet that "sister ship" refers to a name change,
think this will be the boat that "cabbie" bought from Mike. The round
openings for cabin sides ventilation would confirm that.
> --- In Bolger4Sale@yahoogroups.com, Bruce Hallman bruce@ wrote:
> > On Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 9:53 AM, blazingcontentblazingcontent@ wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > > I couldn't find a link for boats for sale on your site
> > http://www.carmansrivermaritime.org/Auction/boatsale.htm
> > ...is the link, unfortunately without any photos. I doubt there are
> > many AS19's ever made in the world, with the only one confirmed is
> > Edgar Williams=>Mike Stockstill's build. (which I believe is the onehttp://web.archive.org/web/19990422091355/http://www.widomaker.com/~ewwi\
> > in the 'sister ship' photo). It also was built circa 1999, so I
> > wonder if this is the same hull for sale here.
> > I am curious of the pedigree of this one. Who was the builder?
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