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Re: Lynx

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  • DIG
    Thanks so much for yuor reply, much appreciated. If I went Wells ford I had already considered Houdini, only no cabin, have to boom tent, but a good design I
    Message 1 of 8 , Apr 22, 2009
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      Thanks so much for yuor reply, much appreciated. If I went Wells ford I had already considered Houdini, only no cabin, have to boom tent, but a good design I think, and trailerable, like the Chesapewakeke Light Craft PocketShip.

      --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, "pvanderwaart" <pvanderwaart@...> wrote:
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      > In a way, Lynx was designed to be laborious to build. Part of the idea was to occupy and amuse the prospective owner. The original was built by a very experienced professional builder.
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      > When you can't get exactly what you want, you have several different shades of compromise open to you. Two of which are:
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      > 1) You can get the capability with easy building at the expense of style. That would suggest the Bolger Micro.
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      > 2) You can get the capability with easier building with a different style. To me, this suggests the Welsford Swaggie (which is much more commodious boat) or Fafnir (which is closer to the same size, better inside and out than Lynx, but not a catboat).
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      > Lots of others, too, of course.
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      > Peter
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