69486Re: Plan search garvey by Bolger
- Apr 26, 2013Is "#391= $75" actually for #341 Fiddle II and is that the correct price?If so I am seriously looking at obtaining the plans, after reading the write up in "30 Odd Boats". Thinking of 2 layers of 3/8" MDO on the bottom rather than strip planking it. Maybe a wider shoe like Clam Skiff, open slot top forward of helm location and using only a 5 HP Honda 4-stroke. Pottering around and maybe dropping a line on lakes adjacent to established campgrounds and sleeping overnight in it on the trailer at a campground even if no lake.Very streamlined for towing on a flat-bed utility trailer and a great view from the bedroom:-)Nels--- In email@example.com, wrote:
> Good question.
> Here are two more options
> Design #632 WaterVan (22âx8â) without much of the house plus adding a hinged ramp at sheer-level would work, but likely be too big still.
> Design #341 Fiddler II (early âsquareâ plan-view like #632 but at 15â10â x 6â8â) should do, again without the house and with that hinged ramp at sheer level and would fit on the trailer inside any garage.
> Light sheâd plane with say 30HP and chug along with a good cargo-load.
> #632 = $300.- to build one boat, plans sent priority mail, rolled in a tube.
> #391 = $75.- to same terms.
> Susanne Altenburger, PB&F
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