Re: [bolger] Re: Cabin Clam Skiff Photo
> ........... Enjoy her. Does she have a name?In theory, she has, TYYNE AALTONEN after my late mother. But I
found painting the registration plates so much trouble I haven't
got around to painting the name. Lazy, I know...
> I'll bet part of the problem is the inherent difficulty in preciselyI really can't say; I haven't tried this with other kinds of boat.
> maneuvering a shallow flattie with a lot of windage.
>You are welcome, of course. But note that I'll be on vacation for two
> I'm trying to plan a business trip to Finland for later in the month of
> August, I'd love to see your boat if our schedules permit. (I work for a
> Finnish company, BTW).
weeks starting Friday the 9th. I'll be going to the 'quiet lake' that
is mentioned on Duckworks; I'm building a small sailboat for this right
now (can't afford a trailer for the CC Skiff.)
By the way, the Duckworks text was not intended to be published.
It was just meant as an explanation why I wasn't prepared to
write an article...
> Very Nice boat Sakari, and what a beautiful location.Thank you. The engine is a 40HP four-stroke Yamaha. I don't
> How many horsepower is the motor, and how fast does she go?
know how fast she goes; I don't have a measuring device.
She feels plenty fast.
- Sakari, you have a very fine boat there. How long did it take to
complete? I hope you did not suffer a major loss when your boat was
vandalized. It is a shame that others show such little respect for
another persons labor and dreams.
I was under the impression that Finland was a particularly law
abiding country with no crime to speak of. I am curious about the
charges in your country to register your boat?
--- In bolger@y..., Sakari Aaltonen <sakari@a...> wrote:
> a photo of my Cabin Clam Skiff is at
> Sakari Aaltonen
> How long did it take to complete?About seven months - I started in December. But the boat is not
really complete. There are no lights, for example.
> I was under the impression that Finland was a particularly lawYeah, well, I suppose there are worse places...
> abiding country with no crime to speak of.
> I am curious about the25EUR (about 25USD). Boats with outboards up to 20HP do
> charges in your country to register your boat?
not have to be registered.