52797Re: Bolger cruising catamaran
- Feb 17, 2007
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Greg Flemming" <greg@> wrote:Couldn't find it in group archives where I thought it might be....
> Ah! well....will have to scan the images in the book and post
>in the files section of Bolger 7 tomorrow
Ahh, google was going to be tiring, so I searched from the box above
for "bolger cruising catamaran Derek Harvey". Some interesting
returns - among them this:
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to find a link
and it must be this pic that I copied.
I haven't uploaded it to the groups anywhere as I bet you can
probably provide a bigger clearer scan (fingers crossed).
Must make an photo album, or file folder in one of the bolgergroups
for all the catamarans (other multis?) together.
--- In email@example.com, "Greg Flemming" <greg@...> wrote:
> Yes, that's the one Graeme All the accomodation in the port hull
> and the engine, centreboard, mast, rudder, motor and cockpit all
> the starboard hull. There is sprit boomed rigged mizzen hanging
> off one of the backstays, too.
> A modest overall breadth produces a less jagged stability
> Greg F
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "graeme19121984" <graeme19121984@>
> > Greg,
> > does that have the aft masted wishbone sprit staysail on the
> > 90deg V-bottom hull? Along with the centreboard and a workshop?
> > If so I have a slightly cropped pic of it that I would have
> > gotten from one of the Bolger groups in December 04. IIRC there
> > some discussion of her distinctive features.
> > I still don't get "less jagged stability curve". Does that mean
> > easier capsize, but with a little warning first?
> > --- In email@example.com, "Greg Flemming" <greg@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Ah! well....will have to scan the images in the book and
> > the
> > > files section of Bolger 7 tomorrow
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