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Light Peapod 390

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  • Bruce Hallman
    OK, dreaming about the perfect tender. June Bug is arguable the most capable, but an ugly duckling. The Light Dory is beautiful, but too tiddly to climb in
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 1 10:02 AM
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      OK, dreaming about the 'perfect' tender. June Bug is arguable the
      most capable, but an ugly duckling. The Light Dory is beautiful, but
      too tiddly to climb in and out from afloat. Both are nice rowing
      boats.

      The wide and buoyant 12 foot Light Peapod design 390 seems to have it
      all. Stability to spare, plus really good looks, and a super 'row
      boat' streamline shape. Fast for its length due to its ample bustle.
      I am not really scared of the cold molding, considering that the hull
      is so small, making it small work.

      Of the three, Light Peapod 390 would be the lightest weight by far, a
      big plus when handing a tender.

      http://hallman.org/bolger/390/LightPeapod390.jpg
      http://hallman.org/bolger/390/LPP.fbm
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