(5)Thanks Tom tom sorensen firstname.lastname@example.org
(9)Are you talking about the little whale shaped objects that are on the plywood sheets? Those are weights used to hold splines in place. They are made of lead
(6)Hi Joe, I've been eager to sail the Keys sometime in February, also. My wife will sail, but likes the civilized amenities, (shower, comfy bed, 'real toilet',
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(6)Is the loop that the boarding rope a bowline? It seems that it became closed on one man's foot and if so could be a danger. I saw a system on a Scamp at the
(23)That messabout looked like a whole heap of fun,some good pictures, and also noted Eugenes Jukebox 3.....would have been great to have been there!
(5)Chris, I don't have anything specific to say on mast placement other than to keep the sail oriented on the mast the way it is in the Paradox plans. Then the
(8)Usually both sides of the frame at the bottom will be filleted and taped both sides. Timber cleats on the hull sides make it easier for erecting the planking.
(11)Yes kayaker, Ran immediately as instructed. Haven't exercised the program in full yet, but the basic pieces seem to be working (not crashing the program)
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