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40304Re: [bolger] Re: work skiff or boston whaler type boat?

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  • Roger Derby
    Nov 1, 2004
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      OR, modify a design carefully and

      THEN get the plans for a proven design and

      LEARN what you forgot or didn't understand. (or pat yourself on the back for
      having done it right)

      Roger (Am I the only one old enough to remember Tom Lehrer's song
      "Plagiarize?")
      derbyrm@...
      http://derbyrm.mystarband.net/default.htm

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "donschultz8275" <donschultz@...>

      > --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, "Stephen Gill" <stevepgill@c...> wrote:
      >> 1 Does anyone have any leads to good plans for a stitch and glue wide
      >> beam work skiff? 14' to 17'.

      > http://www.oldwharf.com/ow_workskiffs.html
      > The Old Wharf LYS comes in the size and with the attributes you want.
      > I would avoid modifying a design when you can get what you want
      > already properly engineered and proven.
      >
      > You've also been pointed at Bolger's Work Skiff on Payson's site. I
      > consider the Bolger and the Old Warf to be rugged capable designs
      > which can be built to plans and definitely will perform.
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