- I have been talking to Karl Stambaugh at Chesapeak Marine Design(email) about a redwing 21. I was interested in a deadrise bottom design that he offered at oneMessage 1 of 56 , May 21, 2008View SourceI have been talking to Karl Stambaugh at Chesapeak Marine Design(email)
about a redwing 21. I was interested in a deadrise bottom design that he
offered at one time. Interesting, he sent me a discussion or proposal of
his, in which he says that a box keel has the same effect on a flat
bottm or rockered flat bottom boat as deadrise(moderate V). He makes a
good case for it and I bought the plans. In thinking about it, I
realized I am looking at 35 or 40 sheets of half inch ply etc. About $50
per sheet for meranti, sooo I decided to try the concept on a work skiff
with about 15 sheets of ply. I think I can just deepen the shoe( 4-6
inches) and tapper at the stern, to see if it works. In "BWAOM" PCB kind
of eludes to a cutwater on the Skiff. Anybody seen one of these or have
any ideas? Clyde
- If you want to contact me offline we can arrange something. Dnjost@gmail.comMessage 56 of 56 , Aug 20, 2012View SourceIf you want to contact me offline we can arrange something. Dnjost@...
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Scot McPherson <scot.mcpherson@...> wrote:
> I live in old Lyme, CT. I'd love to see your skiff sometime if you ever bring it down to LIS or I come up to say hello to your stripers up there. My step father is one of the most serious of amateur fisherman, abs he might enjoy a trip to striperville bay.
> Scot McPherson, PMP CISSP MCSA
> Old Lyme, CT
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Aug 20, 2012, at 12:17 PM, "dnjost" <davidjost@...> wrote:
> > saw a couple last week on my trip out to Prudence Island. There is a large flat just north of the island that always has the tongers out scratching for quohags.
> > the shelter is ideal for the winter months to prolong the season. The work skiff would be ideal for this kind of treatment and I am considering it if I move to more HP.
> > david
> > --- In email@example.com, "Peter" <pvanderwaart@> wrote:
> > >
> > > > I have been thoroughly enjoying mine and have done all of
> > > > Narragansett Bay and Salem Sound this summer.
> > >
> > > I remember seeing an article long ago about a kind of flat-bottom skiff native to Narragansett Bay. A lot of them had a little shelter mid-ships for the driver. I always wondered if they were part of the inspiration for the Works Skiff.
> > >