40850RE: [bolger] Re: PB - Cruising CAT
- Dec 1, 2004Hi All -
I've been following this square hull cat thread and guess if Peter saw
the cat in MAIB it must have been a while ago I've missed it . Tom Jones
mentions it in his "Multihull Voyaging" but no picture. There IS a book
on Multihulls by Derek Harvey , a Brit, if you can come up with it in a
used book store (sorry, mine is among the missing) and he shows
Bolgers drawing. Does anyone know a way around Yahoo's not
allowing attachments on our emails - if I come up with my copy of Harvey's
book i'd scan the drawing and post it.
Aloha - Jack Spoering - FT Lauderdale
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> From: Stefan Probst <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Date: 12/1/2004 11:39:26 AM
> Subject: [bolger] Re: PB - Cruising CAT
> Does anybody have a bit more info on this "square hull cat"?
> What's the name?
> Scans would be highly appreciated ;)
> As I wrote a few times in the WoodenPowerBoat list, I am thinking of a
> modular cat, i.e. two hulls, assembled in TIMS-like fashion from single
> modules, joined by a superstructure to make a catamaran.
> The reason behind is:
> - large deck space
> - least possible space for construction (not all people have large
> - smallest possible dimensions for transport(978) 282-1349
> (huge trailers are not everywhere available)
> > Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2004 17:37:19 -0000
> > From: "pvanderwaart" <pvanderwaart@...>
> > Subject: Re: PB - Cruising CAT
> >There are two PCB catamaran ideas in the small size. ...
> >The other was in MAIB. It was about 20' long, with very Bolgeresque
> >square hulls and a cubic cabin. PCB remarked in the writeup that the
> >appearance was controversial even in the PCB&F office!
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