Re: [bolger] Sponson Sharpie/Canoe
- --- Andy Farquhar <pongo19050@...> wrote:
> I've drawn, lofted and startedWhere is the waterline under normal
> to build a sponson
> sharpie/canoe that
loading? Does it use a double
Will it have fixed ballast when
> My question is, what,Asking him might be the best,
> if anything, do I owe to Mr.
but I suspect that he 'borrows'
ideas from all the boat designs
[and learns lessons from the
failures] which have preceded
him, and those that follow
will do the same of him.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Bruce Hallman <bruce@h...> wrote:
>The waterline is at about 5" when fully loaded, well below the
> Where is the waterline under normal
> loading? Does it use a double
sponsons. I use a single paddle because of a bad rotator cuff.
>No ballast except for me on the sponsons.
> Will it have fixed ballast when
>On the other hand, I feel I owe himI'd send him the Peero "shareware fee" he requests and a nice letter, and
>something. Craig O'Donnel suggests that one send Mr. Bolger a fee
>if one uses the Peero plans which he makes available on his Cheap
>Pages. What do you suggest?
make sure you send photos of the results. I doubt he cares about the
"inspired by" issue.
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