(24)Bolger's June Bug fits the title of the thread perfectly. Designed for stability, optimized for rowing and sails OK.
(8)I have pulled boats from from Oklahoma to Guaymus Mexico and to The North Channel in upper peninsula Michigan. Plus to east cost and many more trips if you
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(3)Hi there, just submitted request to join the group, keep up the good work Keep well safe and cool Hylton the olddog from downunder Nothing is more unreliable
(17)There is quite a range of widths in Michalak's boats, so I'd appreciate having a more specific goal for creating a small arc on the bottom. For a specific
(4)Dave, CanÆt beat that deal with a stick. I build a chinese junk sail out of white polytarp several years ago, and itÆs worked/held up well. You experience
(5)I sailed mine in it's 3rd Texas 200. She did great. When building her I brought the aft cabin bulkhead back to give 6 ft in cabin. Better for sleeping. On
(37)So I am getting ready to order plans to build a sailing canoe. Should it be a 15' up sized Toto or a 14'-4" down sized RB42? See the photos section for a
(14)Many good ideas Tom, my mind is going through alot of different approaches too. Centering the mast being one. The cuddy cover options seem almost endless, as
(11)On kaaNoo I bolted with glue & glassed over. I tend to be hard on equipment & want everything i can get in my favor. I would clean off the paint & use glue.
(20)it's never more than 10 litres of two stroke,so its nothing really.Running too much will lead to fouled spark plugs i'd guess.I see it as petrol so at the end
(3)If you are considering reducing the bottom thickness on the Mayfly, I'd think twice. My mayfly 14 was built with a half inch bottom per plans. While it sails
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