61868Re: [bolger] Re: Tender for classic yacht
- Nov 1, 2009I am going to say 14-16 feet, I should have measured the spot before I asked the question. Will do so today or tomorrow.
How long can it be and fit in the space available? --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Harry James <welshman@...> wrote:
Anybody got any recommendations for a tender out of the Bolger repertoire for a classic 65 footer. I crew on it and may be skippering it soon. The current hard bottom zodiac with 15 hp just doesn't look right. It needs to go ashore over crappy beaches, be easy to get in and out of for old creaky folks. Having the ability to pack a pot puller and downriggers would be a plus. It goes on and off the aft cabin with a boom lift powered by hydraulics weight isn't to big an issue. It should look good. It would operate under power. My son thinks the boys launch would be the ticket, but he has wanted to build one since before being a teenager. Here is a couple of links to the host boat "Princeton Hall" http://www.dv.com/dv/magazine/2005/0105/DV0501whalesFig06.jpg http://www.intersea.org/images/prhall.jpg
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