65172Re: [bolger] Pointer isometric
- Jan 4, 2011You look at a catboat like this with the huge boom and you think death
roll off the wind but I guess Sharpies don't really roll that way, it
seems like as soon as the chine lifted you would have a counteracting
On 1/4/2011 1:09 PM, Bruce Hallman wrote:
> Probably the most significant sharpie in PCB's life was his 33ft
> Pointer, which he personal owned and sailed a lot. Design 115
> It makes one guess: Did he choose the name "Pointer" with the meaning
> "sharp point"?
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