Re: Amherst Galley
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, David Ryan <david@c...> wrote:
>As a data point, that's what I wound up doing. Unless the I60 causes
> Though a less satisfying proposition, a 25-30 foot production boat
> could be purchased, used until the I60 was ready to go and re-sold
> at a price that would probably not hurt too much.
enough of a splash locally to inspire a one-design fleet, I'll
probably wind up keeping the J/24 even after the I60 is in the water,
as a cheaper-to-campaign race boat, and as a "Toronto boat", letting
me use the I60 as a floating cottage on a lake three hours away
without going boatless.
I still have the Micro Navigator conversion to keep me busy as a
fill-in project in the mean time, though....
Susan Davis <futabachan@...>
- Sorry about this delay, Kev. A whole lot of good reasons for this... Your inquiry ended up in the wrong hopper.
Thanks for your interest.
Yes both plans are available. 'Jochems' has been built a number of times. 'Amherst Galley' not yet, surprisingly, as she reflects a range of increasingly relevant issues between human-power, safety under sail, speed, light weight, etc.
Plans to build one boat, sent rolled in a tube, are:- #639 "William D. Jochems" on 5 sheets of 22"x34" = $300.-
- #643 "Amherst Galley" on 7 sheets of 22"x34" = $325.-
I hope that this still helps in your choice.
Susanne Altenburger, PB&F----- Original Message -----Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2012 4:43 AMSubject: [bolger] Amherst Galley
Hi, Just wondering if plans are available for the Amherst Galley, or the Jochems Schooner. Kev