Re: what if?
- --- In email@example.com, Bruce Hallman <bruce@h...> wrote:
> > k+Yawl.jpg&.src=gr&.view=t&.hires=ttop
> Superbrick Yawl rig.
> The mizzen sail in your sketch has no boomkin to sheet from, and the
> gaff of the mizzen has no mast height for it's peak and throathalyards.
> Unless you mean for the top gaff to be a sprit, then the forward endof the
> sprit should extend forward of the mast, and it would come close toA mizzen like rig 43 in 100 SBR would maybe work sheeted like Chebacco
> fouling on the mainsail. If you use a tortoise lateen rig, it's tack
> too might foul
> on the mainsail.
or even rig #49.
- Well the Hartley Spearfish 12 plans arrived Tuesday. The are clear
and complete, including directions and dimensions for a strong back to
assemble the frames on. There are 1/2 drawings of the frames in full
WELL worth $30 delivered. The inboard detail is quite adequate and
includes 2 or 3 variations for the builder to consider, including a
full wood keel w' lots of dead wood, and a simple skeg to partially
protect the shaft and prop made from a single 2x8.
One surprise, the outboard designs suggest up to 25hp for Spearfish,
but the inboard suggests only up to 8 hp. It is also straight direct
drive. So, git'r pointed right b4 you pull da rope.
Now I'll watch for Hawkeye plans from PB&F.