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  • GHC
    Rob - I don t have the book in front of me, but the console fisherman does it for me. Is it about 18 ? The 9.8 might not be as much as you would want, but
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 17, 1999
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      Rob -

      I don't have the book in front of me, but the console fisherman does it for
      me. Is it about 18'? The 9.8 might not be as much as you would want, but
      what's the hurry?

      I have built a Bee myself, probably too small. But, I've seen a stretched
      Bee with a few more inches of freeboard which looked neat.

      Of course, you could plan for your long shaft in any event.

      Gregg

      At 04:22 AM 7/17/99 -0000, you wrote:
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      >From: rwweaver@...
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      >Subject: Which one?
      >Date: Fri, 16 Jul 1999 21:21:54 -0700
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      >Greetings All - new subscriber here;
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      > I'm looking for a design that will allow my wife and I to go fishing
      >on the Potomac River/Ches Bay. I already have a 9.8 hp LONG shaft
      >outboard and would like to use this for primary propulsion). Something
      >in the 16-18 ft long range would be nice.
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      >I've already looked at *Boats with an Open Mind*, and *Build the New
      >Instant Boat*, but nothing jumps out and says *build me* if you know
      >what I mean. Well, actually, lots of things say *build me*, just not
      >for this particular boat.
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      >Any suggestions?
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      >All the best,
      >Rob Weaver
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