55805Re: Amherst Galley Vs Whalewatcher
- Oct 6, 2007--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "dproasit" <knic0014@...> wrote:
> Thank you Bruce and all
> A couple more qu's : Access to bow for WW. In photos it
> looks like you gotta climb thru a window to get there or crawl over
> the top. Any ideas?
> : In AG I think have read that there
> are bench seats along sides, not open floor as in BW, with some sort
> of insert to put in place for having a camp. Is this so?
> : Would BW be a better sailer than
> AG or WW?
> : I keep on waffling on about these
> types since I checked out a BW. However I "think" I need to have an
> outboard which may be a bit untidy on BW and BW is a tad too small in
> the sleeping area for me, hence looking at larger animals.
> : What do you reckon about
> stretching BW a whisker to accommodate required berth length as it is
> everything else that I need apart from a little difficult to get on
> : Do you think these designs are
> adaptable to foam s'wich construction and what thoughts does anyone
> have on this. From what I've seen it may be a lot quicker to build
> this way along with less weight for launch and trail.
> See you and thanks again = Darrell
> > > Amherst Galley Vs Whalewatcher
> > The Amherst Galley compares much closer to Birdwatcher. Whalewatcher,
> > by my guess, is triple the displacement of the Amherst Galley.
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