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(6)Thanks for the comments, Scram Pram has really been one of my favorites for a long time. It has a large volume in terms of size and seems to sail well. Phils
(6)I played with the aesthetics’s of the windows when I built my Robbsboat. Started making exterior window frames, and it got complicated quick. The problem
(8)Thanks Rick - When I built my Happy Hour kayak, I "tacked" the internal seams, then removed staples, then final filleted and glassed. Jim Michalak recommends
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(7)Sure, just let me know ahead of time I might be out sailing.Martin On Tuesday, June 27, 2017 7:33 PM, "firstname.lastname@example.org [Michalak]"
(3)I forgot to mention that I would recommend a 2x8 instead of the 2x6. The 2x6 works fine, but my motor mount brackets hung below the 2x6 an inch or so. I ended
(3)Don't you have to "join" yahoo to be a part of this group? Sincerely, Robert E. Terry II Proverbs 3:5,6 Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on
(24)And as a BTW (and staying strayed for a moment more) - there's plenty of St Ayles skiffs built in the southern hemisphere - here's a link to the St Ayles Skiff
(8)Thanks for digging that up! I inadvertently discovered that the mizzen doesn't have a huge effect on COE when I built my current boat. I did all the math and
(14)Hi Nels, Jim's remarks were from his own experience from what i understand. Eugene had it at Rend Lake the year after i had sailed it around the cove at my
(6)indeed - Picara looks very good indeed, my only slight concern is the steel ballast and how that will effect towing weight - in the UK anything under over a
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