- Any info on the net re: Inlet Runner? Paricularly engine size
suggested and draft.
I recall the cartoon showed a guy sitting on the porta potti below
decks but cannot locate that image:-)
- PCB suggested this to me, but the original FastMS had a Diablo type
hull, so you would have the multi chine hull on to which one could put
the box keel and cutwater. Clyde
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> Back in November I said FMS and Inlet Runner were the same hull.
> That was wrong, but they are similar enough that one might consider
> buying FMS plans for the details of construction, etc, but use
> Freeship or Hulls for the dimensions/shapes of bulkheads and panels.
> --- In email@example.com <mailto:bolger%40yahoogroups.com>, Clyde
> Wisner <clydewis@...> wrote:
> > Bruce, I'm back to looking at or admiring inlet runner. Could you
> do one
> > of your layouts of a grand diablo with a box cutwater added? Clyde
> > Bruce Hallman wrote:
> > > > > > Inlet Runner,
> > >
> > > Inlet runner would make a spectacular Westcoast sport salmon
> > > platform. It is pretty big (8'6"wide) for a trailer, but would
> > > Also, I predict it could be built quickly and cheaply using 1/2"
> > > plywood, with epoxy/fiberglass taped seams. You could use
> Freeship to
> > > get the expanded panel layout.