31719Re: Sneakeasy modification
- Oct 9, 2003Hi Steve,
Thanks for the reply.
After further consideration, I decided to stick to the plans for my
first sneakeasy. Perhaps later, I will try some mods.
I noticed while laying out frame #6, that the beam radius of 3-3-1
doen not work. Did you have this problem?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Steve Bosquette" <sbosquette@c...>
> Hi Tomtransom,
> That picture is of a Slipper boat from England I believe. They are
> inboard boats. My 15 hp Merc stuck 12 - 14 inches above the
> I don't see why it wouldn't work ok as long as the proportions wereto
> Steve Bosquette
> --- In email@example.com, "Tom Rund" <trund1024@y...> wrote:
> > Dear Sneakeasy builders:
> > Has anyone ever toyed with the idea of building a deck over the
> > sponsons. I believe it would involve raising the freeboard a bit
> > height that would allow the outboard motor to be covered by a
> > It's hard to put in words. See the wooden power boats group. Inthe
> > photos section under Antiques click on the second photo ofCheetah.
> > I'm referring to the stern area. It has a beautiful deck over it.
> > Tom
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