Re: Micro 15 /19 owners
AFIK, there are no Micros or Long Micros in the Portland area. I
vaguely recall one perhaps in the Seattle area. If you contact
RiversWest, they can put you in touch with the builder of a Jochem's
Schooner. Another member built a Light Schooner.
If you're interested in small boats & boating, you might also want to
chick out the Western Oregon Messabout Society. Their Yahoo Group
is "MessaboutW". Good luck.
"Moderation in all things, especially moderation"
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, greg marston <freedomseeker25@...> wrote:
> Anyone in the Portland Ore. area sailing or building a Micro 15 or
Long Micro. I am thinking of building a trailer sailer that could be
used for extended blue water as well.
> How low will we go? Check out Yahoo! Messenger's low PC-to-Phone
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
- Has anyone built a 'Colonel Hassler' yet.
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- On 9/2/06, ANDREW AIREY <andyairey@...> wrote:
>No. Though I have plans and intend to build one. (My batting average
> Has anyone built a 'Colonel Hassler' yet.
> Andy Airey
for *actually* building every boat I intend to build is a bit low, but
I take a lot of swings!)
- I'd like to see it done. Kinda Jesse Cooper/Sea Bird 86/Micro Nav,
or, if you like, an AS29'ed AS19 with ballast salient keel for
increased blue water ability and coral protection, yet able to dry
out upright (on legs?).
How about for short tacking having a "non-dipping" dipping lug sail -
similar to the fast and weatherly New Orleans luggers described by H
Would PCB&F have to be commissioned now do you think (a group?), or
if enough asked might they draw it then?
--- In email@example.com, "Nels" <arvent@...> wrote:
>....She said what limits the micro... If i was interested in a
>bigger trip i should consider a LM navigator and said the
>conversion would be easy enough to do and they could do the
>drawings but no one had asked.