(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
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(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.
(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
(111)First, wash the bottom down with warm water to get rid of amine blush. Second, you are about to make a lot of dust. The best solution I've come up with is a
(13)Hey, Dave!Hope to be in FL next April. If it happens, I'll drop by for some jawboning.~J-J From: "firstname.lastname@example.org [Michalak]"
(6)John, The plans for Red Wing show side bench rigging and a steering wheel mounted on aft bulkhead. While admiring your pictures, I noticed that you have moved
(4)I just rebuilt a Honda 2 hp 4 stroke that lost it's oil. Just had to replace rings & seals. Runs great.I have an aversion to all things Evenrude. Honda was
(4)The orange section in the sail is a piece of orange tarp left over from making an all-orange Ladybug sail for a customer. .
(15)Well yeah sure it is a sailing canoe purpose designed to be sailed. That said Jim Michalak's points out it is a compromise as he says in the Paul's boat
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