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  • Bruce Hallman
    On Sun, Oct 18, 2009 at 5:38 PM, Susanne@comcast.net ... Here is the URL of the Thibodeau index: http://www.messingaboutinboats.com/archive.html Also, I have
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      On Sun, Oct 18, 2009 at 5:38 PM, Susanne@...
      <philbolger@...> wrote:
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      > I could use your help on this.  Can't find our copy.  Susanne


      Here is the URL of the Thibodeau index:

      http://www.messingaboutinboats.com/archive.html

      Also, I have put together an independent MAIB index which is
      incomplete, but it covers more years than the Thibodeau index.

      ==========(MAIB index pasted below)============

      Vol No Title Date Opus
      V06 N11 Anhinga
      V06 N16 A Bolger Rendezvous 1/1/1989
      V06 N17 Jinni
      V06 N22 Monster Micro, AS-29
      V06 N24 Ron Muller's Birdwatcher
      V07 N02 Shoebox Punt
      V07 N06 Michalak Birdwatcher Launching
      V07 N09 Tortoise Photo
      V07 N09 Stretched Light Dory
      V07 N09 Birdwatcher Cult
      V07 N15 Corsair 24
      V07 N18 Jim Michalak's Birdwatcher
      V07 N18 Pirate Racer
      V08 N07 CSD Superbrick
      V08 N07 Midwest Messabout, Otter, Birdwatcher, Micro 1
      V08 N08 Folding Schooner 9/1/1990
      V08 N09 CSD Nymph, Martha Jane Launch
      V08 N14 Martha Jane Photo
      V09 N16 Alaskan One-man Trawler 1/1/1990 446
      V09 N17 Boarding Steps 1/15/1990
      V09 N17 Pirogue Article
      V09 N18 Camping Trimaran 2/1/1992 554
      V09 N19 Red Zinger
      V09 N19 CSD The Step Sharpie
      V09 N20 16 Ft Motor Canoe
      V09 N21 Tasmanian Yawl 3/15/1992 447
      V09 N22 Light Cruiser (concept) 4/1/1992
      V09 N23 Microtrawler 4/15/1992 584
      V09 N24 Ship's Boat 5/1/1992
      V10 N01 OSTAR Racer 5/15/1992
      V10 N02 Fast Motorsailer 6/1/1992 560
      V10 N03 Caribbean Liveaboard 6/15/1992 355
      V10 N04 Glued Clinker Pram 507
      V10 N05 Speed Launch (Slicer) 7/15/1992 492
      V10 N06 Trailerable Yawl 8/1/1992 564
      V10 N07 New Haven Sharpie Concept 8/15/1992
      V10 N08 Missing
      V10 N09 Montgomery-Bolger Connection
      V10 N09 Hawkeye
      V10 N10 Canoe Yawl Concept
      V10 N11 Weekend Schooner
      V10 N12 Micro 'Emerald' Cover Photo
      V10 N12 Racing Powerboat
      V10 N13 Common Sense Skiff
      V10 N14 Cruising Catamaran Concept
      V10 N15 Small Commercial Fishing Boat
      V10 N16 Bahama Dingy... Yacht Version
      V10 N17 Tarantula
      V10 N18 Auray Fisherman's Punt
      V10 N19 Fast Sport Fisherman
      V10 N20 Canoe Yawl Concept Study
      V10 N21 Spur ...a Utility Rowboat
      V10 N22 Queequeg
      V10 N23 Power Catamaran
      V10 N24 Superbrick
      V11 N01 International 14 Rig Conversion 5/15/1993
      V11 N01 Yamato Fishing Launch 5/15/1993
      V11 N02 Commuter
      V11 N03 A Trailer Motorsailor
      V11 N04 Advanced Sharpie 29
      V11 N05 Spartina
      V11 N06 Concept For A Steel Excursion Boat
      V11 N07 Aluminum Trailer Cruiser
      V11 N08 Long Micro
      V11 N09 Dick Welch's Microtrawler
      V11 N09 Keel Sailing Dingy
      V11 N10 21' Canoe Yawl
      V11 N10 Long Micro Build
      V11 N11 Aluminum Diesel Launch
      V11 N12 Flat Iron Skiff
      V11 N14 20' Hard Bottom Inflatable
      V11 N14 Jinni Build
      V11 N15 Compact Charter Schooner
      V11 N16
      V11 N17
      V11 N18
      V11 N19
      V11 N20
      V11 N21
      V11 N22
      V11 N23 Fie Fia
      V11 N23 Common Sense Skiff Build
      V11 N24 Schooner Rigged Stonehorse
      V12 N01 Eight-oared Cutter 5/15/1994
      V12 N02 Fast Beach Landing Passenger Cargo Boat
      V12 N03 Keel Canoe Yawl Boat
      V12 N04 Chebacco 25
      V12 N05 Cruising Catboat
      V12 N06 15ft Work Skiff
      V12 N07 Cabin Hawkeye
      V12 N08 Plank Pipante
      V12 N09 Fast Cruising Schooner
      V12 N10 Plywood Catboat
      V12 N11 Sharpie
      V12 N11 A Stretch Super Bee Build
      V12 N12 Aluminum Lugger
      V12 N13 Yacht Tender
      V12 N14 Diesel Launch
      V12 N15 Light Schooner On Cover
      V12 N15 Garvey Daysailer
      V12 N15 AS-39 Ocean Going Winnebago
      V12 N16 Bilge Keel Yawl
      V12 N17 Outboard Runabout
      V12 N18 Auxillary Lugger
      V12 N19 Outboard Utility
      V12 N20 Arava
      V12 N20 BWAOM Book Review
      V12 N21 Power Catamaran
      V12 N22 Garvey Outboard Utility
      V12 N23 Bonefish Concept
      V12 N24 Class IV Ostar Racer
      V13 N01 Keel Daysailer 5/15/1995
      V13 N02 Gulf Of Mexico Cruiser Concept
      V13 N03 Lake Launch
      V13 N04 Daysailer Weekender Concept
      V13 N05 Keel Catboat Cat Yawl Concept
      V13 N06 Trailing Cruiser Cat Yawl
      V13 N07 Prefabricated River Cruiser
      V13 N08 Commercial Gill Net Fishing Boat
      V13 N09 Camp Cruiser Concept
      V13 N10 Rowing-outboard Yawlboat
      V13 N11 Ostar Concept
      V13 N12 Cruising Lugger Concept
      V13 N13 Rough Water Outboard Runabout
      V13 N14 Light Peapod
      V13 N15 Party Fishing Boat
      V13 N16 Shoal Draft Towboat Concept
      V13 N17 Training Dingy Concept 'Titmouse'
      V13 N18 Simplified Offshore Sloop
      V13 N19 Utility Nesting Skiff Concept
      V13 N19 Common Sense Skiff
      V13 N20 Pinky Schooner
      V13 N21 Houseboat Concept
      V13 N22 Hardbottom Inflatable Dingy
      V13 N22 Pirate Racers On Cover
      V13 N23 Swinging Ballast Concept
      V13 N24 Shoal Keel Daysailer Concept
      V14 N01 3-meter Tri 5/15/1996
      V14 N02 Lake Launch
      V14 N03 Sharpie Catamaran Concept
      V14 N04 Light Power Cruiser Concept
      V14 N05 Leeboard Yawl Concept
      V14 N06 Outboard Utility
      V14 N07 Champlain
      V14 N08 Retriever
      V14 N08 Microtrawler Project
      V14 N09 Watervan
      V14 N10 Inlet Runner Concept
      V14 N11 Production Power Cruiser 207
      V14 N12 Homebuilt Yawl
      V14 N13 A Small Yacht
      V14 N14 Lily
      V14 N15 Rig 33 Gaff Cutter With Boomless Mainsail Rig33
      V14 N16 Skillygalee
      V14 N17 Rig 14 Gaff Rig13
      V14 N18 Camper 640
      V14 N19 Rig 84 Bald Headed Gaff Rig Rig84
      V14 N20 William D Jochems
      V14 N21 Early Electric Launches
      V14 N22 Lily
      V14 N23 On Rowing
      V14 N24 Amherst Galley
      V15 N01 Rig 17, Balanced Lug 5/15/1997 Rig17
      V15 N02 Pirogue 16
      V15 N03 Rig 40 - Jibheaded With Sprit Booms Rig40
      V15 N04 Chebacco 20 Brad Story's Article
      V15 N05 Rig 18 Chinese Lug Rig18
      V15 N06 Chinese Gaff Rig
      V15 N07 Hassler
      V15 N08 Rig 30 Gaff With Boomless Jib Rig30
      V15 N09 Seabird 86
      V15 N10 Diamond
      V15 N10 Griffiths Hatch
      V15 N11 Rig 13 Gunter Rig13
      V15 N12 Hassler Windows
      V15 N13 Front Rowing Article
      V15 N13 Balanced Lug Cat Schooner
      V15 N14 St. Valery 12/1/1997 625
      V15 N16 The Cruising Chebacco 1/1/1998
      V15 N16 Advanced Sharpie 29 1/1/1998
      V15 N17 Junebug
      V15 N18 Donovan's Tender 647
      V15 N19 Jinni
      V15 N20 Baltic Sea Cruiser Racer
      V15 N21 Orquidiea
      V15 N22 Low Powered Outboard Cruiser
      V15 N23 Hermes
      V15 N24 Cruising Cutter Concept
      V16 N01 Beach Cruiser Concept 5/15/1998
      V16 N02 Variation On A Folkboat Theme
      V16 N03 One Man Liveaboard Concept
      V16 N04 Moderate Speed Power Cruiser
      V16 N05 Topaz Pg 2
      V16 N05 Topaz Pg 1
      V16 N06 Keel Sharpie Family Live-on-board Concept
      V16 N07 Retriever
      V16 N08 Ted Warren Strip Planks
      V16 N08 Double Eagle Yawlboat
      V16 N09 Double Eagle Pt 1
      V16 N11 Champlain
      V16 N12 Abbondanza
      V16 N13 Romp
      V16 N14 Two Self Propelled Houseboats Pt 1 Illinois
      V16 N15 Two Self Propelled Houseboats Pt 2 Puffer
      V16 N16 Micro Navigator
      V16 N17 Update On Bolger's Chinese Gaff
      V16 N18 Reviewing 1998 Columns
      V16 N19 B-31 Schorpion Trimaran
      V16 N20 Schorpioen Pt 1
      V16 N21 Update On Workskiff
      V16 N22 Summer Ease
      V16 N23 Prince William Sound Yawl
      V16 N24 Plywood Utility Outboard
      V17 N01 Two 16ft Trailer Length Outboards 5/15/1999
      V17 N02 Cover Fast Motorsailer
      V17 N02 Bantam
      V17 N03 Bringing Blacksnake Home
      V17 N04 Missing
      V17 N05 Marina Cruiser Pt 1
      V17 N06 Marina Cruiser Pt 2
      V17 N07 Folding Schooner Dwg
      V17 N07 Boat Talk Follow-up
      V17 N08 Minnesota
      V17 N09 Pushmepullyou
      V17 N10 A Less Well Developed Idea About Boat Electricity
      V17 N11 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 1
      V17 N12 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 2
      V17 N13 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 3
      V17 N14 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 4
      V17 N15 As19 Leeboard Daysailer Yawl Pt 1
      V17 N16 As-19 Advanced Sharpie 19
      V17 N17 An Inboard Diesel Sport Fishing Boat
      V17 N18 Update On Lily
      V17 N19 Pointy Skiff
      V17 N20 A Rational Approach To Handing Trailers At Boat Ra
      V17 N21 Non Boating Uses For That Nice Boat Trailer
      V17 N22 Cabin Clam Skiff
      V17 N23 Hermes
      V17 N24 Small Auxilary Cruising Boat
      V18 N01 Three Man Dory 5/15/2000
      V18 N02 Martha Jane Revised
      V18 N03 Nymph Cubed
      V18 N04 Day Cabin Utility Launch
      V18 N05 Plywood Catboat (optional Revision)
      V18 N06 Wyoming Enlarged Cabin Mod
      V18 N07 Steel Narrowboat Weston Martyr
      V18 N08 Auray Punt Update
      V18 N09 Auxillary Ketch 'Jack Hannah'
      V18 N10 Albert Strange, Canoe Yawl Wenda
      V18 N11 Double Eagle Pt 1
      V18 N12 Double Eagle Pt 2
      V18 N13 Scots Cutter 'Beroe Of Glasgow'
      V18 N14 Salvage
      V18 N15 Singapore Cutter Update
      V18 N16 Ren Tolman's Letter Re Double Eagle
      V18 N16 Row Sail Tender 1/1/2001
      V18 N17 Open Water Utility
      V18 N18 Wisp A Beach Cruiser
      V18 N19 Electric Spartina
      V18 N20 Merlin Further Trials
      V18 N21 Light Dory Type V
      V18 N21 Double Eagle Commentary
      V18 N22 Design 300 Recreational Rowboat
      V18 N23 Double Eagle - Mr. Tolman's One Two Punch
      V18 N24 Concept Study For Shoal Water Day Sailer
      V19 N01 Live-on-board Scow Schooner 5/15/2001
      V19 N02 Concept For Boatyard Workboat
      V19 N03 Topaz
      V19 N04 Topaz Spyder
      V19 N05 Robb White On Fiberglassing
      V19 N05 Crystal
      V19 N06 Fast Power Cruiser
      V19 N07 Fiberglass Workboat
      V19 N08 Small Racing Schooner Concept
      V19 N09 Racing Schooner Dwg
      V19 N10 606a Cabin Clam Skiff
      V19 N11 Racing Clipper Dory
      V19 N12 Bowrider Power Cruiser
      V19 N13 Mountain Boat Wolfpack 24
      V19 N14 Insolent 60
      V19 N15 External Steel Ballast
      V19 N16 Windermere
      V19 N17 A Handy Anchor Davit Solution
      V19 N18 Upgrades For AS-29
      V19 N19 Marlin - A Lighter Sportfisherman
      V19 N20 Queen Mab Cover
      V19 N21 John Bartletts Bantam Build
      V19 N21 Magic Sportfishing Boat Dwg
      V19 N22 Tahiti
      V19 N23 Naval Jelly Instant Galley
      V19 N24 Fast Motor Sailer Dwg
      V20 N01 Pointer 5/15/2002
      V20 N02 Catboat Ruminations
      V20 N03 Michalak Caprice
      V20 N03 Cuban Sport Fisherman
      V20 N04 Viking Longboat
      V20 N05 Update On Shivaree 18
      V20 N06 Sitka Explorer
      V20 N07 Bantam 16-20
      V20 N08 Shivaree 21
      V20 N09 Upgraded Marth Jane
      V20 N10 Fiji Pt 1
      V20 N11 Fiji Pt 2
      V20 N12 Fiji Pt 3
      V20 N13 Red Zinger
      V20 N13 Tom Judd's Lily Build
      V20 N14 Loose Moose II - Le Cabotin Upgrade Pt 1
      V20 N15 Loose Moose II - Le Cabotin Upgrade Pt 2
      V20 N16 Update On Sybil's Yawl
      V20 N17 Supplement To Discussion On Fiji's Do-ability
      V20 N18 Wish II - Sharpie Cat Yawl
      V20 N19 A Tale Of A Bolger Schooner Heavy Weather
      V20 N19 Birdwatcher Cut Down Photo
      V20 N19 Jillian
      V20 N20 Fantail Launch
      V20 N21 Black Skimmer Chartering
      V20 N21 Paddling Skiff
      V20 N22 Moby - Gill Net Fishing Boat
      V20 N23 Bantam 20 16 Update Upgrade
      V20 N24 Yonder Pt 1
      V21 N01 Yonder Pt 2 5/15/2003
      V21 N02 Yonder Pt 3
      V21 N03 Polynesia Trimarran
      V21 N04 Steel Sport Fisherman Dwg
      V21 N05 Proa Background Pg 1
      V21 N06 Bolger Proa 20 Pg 1
      V21 N07 Missing
      V21 N08 Tender Lifeboat Fastbrick
      V21 N09 Reubens Nymph
      V21 N09 Martha Jane Ad - No Bolger Article
      V21 N11 Volunteer Upgrade Dwg
      V21 N12 Reiver II
      V21 N12 Bolger In 1966 Rowing
      V21 N13 Nina Sailing Sportfisherman
      V21 N13 Bantam Cover
      V21 N14 Keel Catboat Lynx
      V21 N15 First Annual Kingston Messabout
      V21 N15 Fast Light Cruiser
      V21 N16 Rescue 27 IO Drive Inlet Runner
      V21 N17 Egg Harbor 33
      V21 N18 Light Cat Schooner
      V21 N19 Whitehall Type Pulling Boat (Victoria)
      V21 N20 Dido Article
      V21 N21 Ultra Light Rowing Boat
      V21 N22 Whaler Sloop
      V21 N23 Victoria Recreational Rowboat
      V21 N24 Missing
      V22 N01 Sea Sled Concept 5/15/2004
      V22 N02 Fin Keel Sharpie Schooner 165 165
      V22 N03 Family Power Cruiser Concept Article
      V22 N04 Shivaree 18 Cabin Dwg
      V22 N05 Paddling Pirogue
      V22 N06 Birdwatcher II
      V22 N07 Becky Thatcher
      V22 N08 Production Yacht Tender
      V22 N09 Birdwatcher II Pt 2
      V22 N09 Birdwatcher Cover
      V22 N10 A Folding Schooner In The Australian Outback
      V22 N11 William D Johchems
      V22 N12 1966 PCB Rowing Article
      V22 N12 Shoal Long Keel Schooner Shearwater
      V22 N12 Slicer Utility Launch
      V22 N12 Reiver II
      V22 N13 Missing
      V22 N14 Missing
      V22 N15 Le Cabotin Update
      V22 N16 Missing
      V22 N17 Raised Deck Chebacco
      V22 N18 Diamond Dwg
      V22 N19 Photo Of Bolger On Cover
      V22 N19 Cruising Long Ago With Deep Draft And No Engine
      V22 N20 Ideas On Megayachts
      V22 N21 Update On Queen Mab
      V22 N22 Update On Alaska Cargo Boat
      V22 N23 Missing
      V22 N24 Missing
      V23 N01 Missing 5/15/2007
      V23 N02 Blankenship Lugger Update
      V23 N03 Missing
      V23 N04 Missing
      V23 N05 Snapshot On Folding Schooner
      V23 N05 Le Dulci Mer Letter
      V23 N05 Folding Schooner
      V23 N06 Lady Slipper Class Dingy
      V23 N07 Solent Lug Rig
      V23 N08 Production Yacht Tender
      V23 N09 Puffin
      V23 N10 Birdwatcher With Solent Lug Rig
      V23 N11 Old Shoe
      V23 N12 Update On Camper 640
      V23 N13 Queen Mab Launching
      V23 N13 Hope Outboard Utility
      V23 N14 Mikkam Plank-on-frame Dayboat
      V23 N15 Trash Cat
      V23 N16 Dovekie Retrospect
      V23 N17 Hermes
      V23 N17 Scow Houseboat
      V23 N18 Becky Thatcher
      V23 N19 Becky Thatcher's Flipping Sternwheel
      V23 N20 Arm-powered Sidewheeler
      V23 N21 Missing
      V23 N22 Captain Rebecca Thatcher
      V23 N22 Inboard Dayboat
      V23 N23 Chicago Cobble
      V23 N24 Missing
      V24 N01 Bolger Proa 60 Pt 1 5/15/2005
      V24 N02 Bolger Proa 60 Pt 2
      V24 N03 Otter II Pt 1
      V24 N04 Otter II Pt 2
      V24 N05 Tennessee
      V24 N06 Proa 60 Pt 3
      V24 N07 Pumpkin Boat 'Pegasus'
      V24 N08 Carrier Vessel Personal Concept
      V24 N09 Test Article For A Sailing Merchant Ship
      V24 N10 Otter II
      V24 N10 Auray Punt Build
      V24 N10 Albert Strange Canoe Yawl Wenda
      V24 N11 Cynthia J Dwgs
      V24 N12 Amherst Galley Update
      V24 N13 Fan Tail Launch Dwg
      V24 N14 Fast Steam Launch Dwg
      V24 N15 Fast Brick
      V24 N16 Missing
      V24 N17 Missing
      V24 N18 Missing
      V24 N19 Nimbus
      V24 N20 Long Light Dory
      V24 N21 Spartina Update
      V24 N22 Camper
      V24 N23 Update On Windermere
      V24 N24 Missing
      V25 N01 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 2 5/15/2006
      V25 N02 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 3
      V25 N03 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 4
      V25 N03 Wooden Boat Show Ad, PCB Tribute
      V25 N04 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch1
      V25 N05 Missing
      V25 N06 Bobcat Build
      V25 N06 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch 3
      V25 N07 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch 4
      V25 N08 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch5
      V25 N08 Advanced Fisherman 70 9/1/2007
      V25 N09 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch6 Pt1
      V25 N10 Messing About In Fishing Boats, Ch 6 Pt2
      V25 N11 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch6 Pt1
      V25 N12 Plywood 12.5
      V25 N13 Messing About In Fishing Boats, Ch 7
      V25 N14 Bolger On Bolger's 80th Birthday
      V25 N15 Missing
      V25 N16-17 Shivaree24
      V26 N01 Perfect Skiff '08 5/15/2008
      V26 N01 Fastbrick
      V26 N02 MAIB Fishing Boats Ch 9
      V26 N03 MAIB Fishing Boats Ch 10
      V26 N04 Rose
      V26 N05 Cove Dweller Dwg
      V26 N05 Mouser
      V26 N06 Update On Double Eagle Deck
      V26 N07 Black Gauntlet Cover
      V26 N07 Peter Duff Bio
      V26 N07 Life Of Maggie And Peter Duff
      V26 N07 Lady Slipper
      V26 N07 Canard - Bow Steering
      V26 N07 Dovekie Shearwater Nov15 1987 Reprint
      V26 N08 Building Sneakeasy
      V26 N08 Update On The Plywood 12 Design
    • Mike John
      Susanne, http://www.messingaboutinboats.com/archive.html I highly recommend Chuck from Duckworks to list your plans on the web for you. You control them and
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        Susanne,


        I highly recommend Chuck from Duckworks to list your plans on the web for you. You control them and post them. He just lists them, accepts the money and takes his fee. I have work for Chuck for a little while now and he is a nice bloke (aussie for man).

        This is Bruce Hallman's MAIB list. I'm sure he wont mind me reposting it for him in order to help you.

        Mike John

         ==============MAIB Index of Bolger articles below=======
        >
        > Vol No Title Date Opus
        > V06 N11 Anhinga
        > V06 N16 A Bolger Rendezvous 1/1/1989
        > V06 N17 Jinni
        > V06 N22 Monster Micro, AS-29
        > V06 N24 Ron Muller's Birdwatcher
        > V07 N02 Shoebox Punt
        > V07 N06 Michalak Birdwatcher Launching
        > V07 N09 Tortoise Photo
        > V07 N09 Stretched Light Dory
        > V07 N09 Birdwatcher Cult
        > V07 N15 Corsair 24
        > V07 N18 Jim Michalak's Birdwatcher
        > V07 N18 Pirate Racer
        > V08 N07 CSD Superbrick
        > V08 N07 Midwest Messabout, Otter, Birdwatcher, Micro 1
        > V08 N08 Folding Schooner 9/1/1990
        > V08 N09 CSD Nymph, Martha Jane Launch
        > V08 N14 Martha Jane Photo
        > V09 N16 Alaskan One-man Trawler 1/1/1990 446
        > V09 N17 Boarding Steps 1/15/1990
        > V09 N17 Pirogue Article
        > V09 N18 Camping Trimaran 2/1/1992 554
        > V09 N19 Red Zinger
        > V09 N19 CSD The Step Sharpie
        > V09 N20 16 Ft Motor Canoe
        > V09 N21 Tasmanian Yawl 3/15/1992 447
        > V09 N22 Light Cruiser (concept) 4/1/1992
        > V09 N23 Microtrawler 4/15/1992 584
        > V09 N24 Ship's Boat 5/1/1992
        > V10 N01 OSTAR Racer 5/15/1992
        > V10 N02 Fast Motorsailer 6/1/1992 560
        > V10 N03 Caribbean Liveaboard 6/15/1992 355
        > V10 N04 Glued Clinker Pram 507
        > V10 N05 Speed Launch (Slicer) 7/15/1992 492
        > V10 N06 Trailerable Yawl 8/1/1992 564
        > V10 N07 New Haven Sharpie Concept 8/15/1992
        > V10 N08 Missing
        > V10 N09 Montgomery-Bolger Connection
        > V10 N09 Hawkeye
        > V10 N10 Canoe Yawl Concept
        > V10 N11 Weekend Schooner
        > V10 N12 Micro 'Emerald' Cover Photo
        > V10 N12 Racing Powerboat
        > V10 N13 Common Sense Skiff
        > V10 N14 Cruising Catamaran Concept
        > V10 N15 Small Commercial Fishing Boat
        > V10 N16 Bahama Dingy... Yacht Version
        > V10 N17 Tarantula
        > V10 N18 Auray Fisherman's Punt
        > V10 N19 Fast Sport Fisherman
        > V10 N20 Canoe Yawl Concept Study
        > V10 N21 Spur ...a Utility Rowboat
        > V10 N22 Queequeg
        > V10 N23 Power Catamaran
        > V10 N24 Superbrick
        > V11 N01 International 14 Rig Conversion 5/15/1993
        > V11 N01 Yamato Fishing Launch 5/15/1993
        > V11 N02 Commuter
        > V11 N03 A Trailer Motorsailor
        > V11 N04 Advanced Sharpie 29
        > V11 N05 Spartina
        > V11 N06 Concept For A Steel Excursion Boat
        > V11 N07 Aluminum Trailer Cruiser
        > V11 N08 Long Micro
        > V11 N09 Dick Welch's Microtrawler
        > V11 N09 Keel Sailing Dingy
        > V11 N10 21' Canoe Yawl
        > V11 N10 Long Micro Build
        > V11 N11 Aluminum Diesel Launch
        > V11 N12 Flat Iron Skiff
        > V11 N14 20' Hard Bottom Inflatable
        > V11 N14 Jinni Build
        > V11 N15 Compact Charter Schooner
        > V11 N16
        > V11 N17
        > V11 N18
        > V11 N19
        > V11 N20
        > V11 N21
        > V11 N22
        > V11 N23 Fie Fia
        > V11 N23 Common Sense Skiff Build
        > V11 N24 Schooner Rigged Stonehorse
        > V12 N01 Eight-oared Cutter 5/15/1994
        > V12 N02 Fast Beach Landing Passenger Cargo Boat
        > V12 N03 Keel Canoe Yawl Boat
        > V12 N04 Chebacco 25
        > V12 N05 Cruising Catboat
        > V12 N06 15ft Work Skiff
        > V12 N07 Cabin Hawkeye
        > V12 N08 Plank Pipante
        > V12 N09 Fast Cruising Schooner
        > V12 N10 Plywood Catboat
        > V12 N11 Sharpie
        > V12 N11 A Stretch Super Bee Build
        > V12 N12 Aluminum Lugger
        > V12 N13 Yacht Tender
        > V12 N14 Diesel Launch
        > V12 N15 Light Schooner On Cover
        > V12 N15 Garvey Daysailer
        > V12 N15 AS-39 Ocean Going Winnebago
        > V12 N16 Bilge Keel Yawl
        > V12 N17 Outboard Runabout
        > V12 N18 Auxillary Lugger
        > V12 N19 Outboard Utility
        > V12 N20 Arava
        > V12 N20 BWAOM Book Review
        > V12 N21 Power Catamaran
        > V12 N22 Garvey Outboard Utility
        > V12 N23 Bonefish Concept
        > V12 N24 Class IV Ostar Racer
        > V13 N01 Keel Daysailer 5/15/1995
        > V13 N02 Gulf Of Mexico Cruiser Concept
        > V13 N03 Lake Launch
        > V13 N04 Daysailer Weekender Concept
        > V13 N05 Keel Catboat Cat Yawl Concept
        > V13 N06 Trailing Cruiser Cat Yawl
        > V13 N07 Prefabricated River Cruiser
        > V13 N08 Commercial Gill Net Fishing Boat
        > V13 N09 Camp Cruiser Concept
        > V13 N10 Rowing-outboard Yawlboat
        > V13 N11 Ostar Concept
        > V13 N12 Cruising Lugger Concept
        > V13 N13 Rough Water Outboard Runabout
        > V13 N14 Light Peapod
        > V13 N15 Party Fishing Boat
        > V13 N16 Shoal Draft Towboat Concept
        > V13 N17 Training Dingy Concept 'Titmouse'
        > V13 N18 Simplified Offshore Sloop
        > V13 N19 Utility Nesting Skiff Concept
        > V13 N19 Common Sense Skiff
        > V13 N20 Pinky Schooner
        > V13 N21 Houseboat Concept
        > V13 N22 Hardbottom Inflatable Dingy
        > V13 N22 Pirate Racers On Cover
        > V13 N23 Swinging Ballast Concept
        > V13 N24 Shoal Keel Daysailer Concept
        > V14 N01 3-meter Tri 5/15/1996
        > V14 N02 Lake Launch
        > V14 N03 Sharpie Catamaran Concept
        > V14 N04 Light Power Cruiser Concept
        > V14 N05 Leeboard Yawl Concept
        > V14 N06 Outboard Utility
        > V14 N07 Champlain
        > V14 N08 Retriever
        > V14 N08 Microtrawler Project
        > V14 N09 Watervan
        > V14 N10 Inlet Runner Concept
        > V14 N11 Production Power Cruiser 207
        > V14 N12 Homebuilt Yawl
        > V14 N13 A Small Yacht
        > V14 N14 Lily
        > V14 N15 Rig 33 Gaff Cutter With Boomless Mainsail Rig33
        > V14 N16 Skillygalee
        > V14 N17 Rig 14 Gaff Rig13
        > V14 N18 Camper 640
        > V14 N19 Rig 84 Bald Headed Gaff Rig Rig84
        > V14 N20 William D Jochems
        > V14 N21 Early Electric Launches
        > V14 N22 Lily
        > V14 N23 On Rowing
        > V14 N24 Amherst Galley
        > V15 N01 Rig 17, Balanced Lug 5/15/1997 Rig17
        > V15 N02 Pirogue 16
        > V15 N03 Rig 40 - Jibheaded With Sprit Booms Rig40
        > V15 N04 Chebacco 20 Brad Story's Article
        > V15 N05 Rig 18 Chinese Lug Rig18
        > V15 N06 Chinese Gaff Rig
        > V15 N07 Hassler
        > V15 N08 Rig 30 Gaff With Boomless Jib Rig30
        > V15 N09 Seabird 86
        > V15 N10 Diamond
        > V15 N10 Griffiths Hatch
        > V15 N11 Rig 13 Gunter Rig13
        > V15 N12 Hassler Windows
        > V15 N13 Front Rowing Article
        > V15 N13 Balanced Lug Cat Schooner
        > V15 N14 St. Valery 12/1/1997 625
        > V15 N16 The Cruising Chebacco 1/1/1998
        > V15 N16 Advanced Sharpie 29 1/1/1998
        > V15 N17 Junebug
        > V15 N18 Donovan's Tender 647
        > V15 N19 Jinni
        > V15 N20 Baltic Sea Cruiser Racer
        > V15 N21 Orquidiea
        > V15 N22 Low Powered Outboard Cruiser
        > V15 N23 Hermes
        > V15 N24 Cruising Cutter Concept
        > V16 N01 Beach Cruiser Concept 5/15/1998
        > V16 N02 Variation On A Folkboat Theme
        > V16 N03 One Man Liveaboard Concept
        > V16 N04 Moderate Speed Power Cruiser
        > V16 N05 Topaz Pg 2
        > V16 N05 Topaz Pg 1
        > V16 N06 Keel Sharpie Family Live-on-board Concept
        > V16 N07 Retriever
        > V16 N08 Ted Warren Strip Planks
        > V16 N08 Double Eagle Yawlboat
        > V16 N09 Double Eagle Pt 1
        > V16 N11 Champlain
        > V16 N12 Abbondanza
        > V16 N13 Romp
        > V16 N14 Two Self Propelled Houseboats Pt 1 Illinois
        > V16 N15 Two Self Propelled Houseboats Pt 2 Puffer
        > V16 N16 Micro Navigator
        > V16 N17 Update On Bolger's Chinese Gaff
        > V16 N18 Reviewing 1998 Columns
        > V16 N19 B-31 Schorpion Trimaran
        > V16 N20 Schorpioen Pt 1
        > V16 N21 Update On Workskiff
        > V16 N22 Summer Ease
        > V16 N23 Prince William Sound Yawl
        > V16 N24 Plywood Utility Outboard
        > V17 N01 Two 16ft Trailer Length Outboards 5/15/1999
        > V17 N02 Cover Fast Motorsailer
        > V17 N02 Bantam
        > V17 N03 Bringing Blacksnake Home
        > V17 N04 Missing
        > V17 N05 Marina Cruiser Pt 1
        > V17 N06 Marina Cruiser Pt 2
        > V17 N07 Folding Schooner Dwg
        > V17 N07 Boat Talk Follow-up
        > V17 N08 Minnesota
        > V17 N09 Pushmepullyou
        > V17 N10 A Less Well Developed Idea About Boat Electricity
        > V17 N11 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 1
        > V17 N12 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 2
        > V17 N13 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 3
        > V17 N14 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 4
        > V17 N15 As19 Leeboard Daysailer Yawl Pt 1
        > V17 N16 As-19 Advanced Sharpie 19
        > V17 N17 An Inboard Diesel Sport Fishing Boat
        > V17 N18 Update On Lily
        > V17 N19 Pointy Skiff
        > V17 N20 A Rational Approach To Handing Trailers At Boat Ra
        > V17 N21 Non Boating Uses For That Nice Boat Trailer
        > V17 N22 Cabin Clam Skiff
        > V17 N23 Hermes
        > V17 N24 Small Auxilary Cruising Boat
        > V18 N01 Three Man Dory 5/15/2000
        > V18 N02 Martha Jane Revised
        > V18 N03 Nymph Cubed
        > V18 N04 Day Cabin Utility Launch
        > V18 N05 Plywood Catboat (optional Revision)
        > V18 N06 Wyoming Enlarged Cabin Mod
        > V18 N07 Steel Narrowboat Weston Martyr
        > V18 N08 Auray Punt Update
        > V18 N09 Auxillary Ketch 'Jack Hannah'
        > V18 N10 Albert Strange, Canoe Yawl Wenda
        > V18 N11 Double Eagle Pt 1
        > V18 N12 Double Eagle Pt 2
        > V18 N13 Scots Cutter 'Beroe Of Glasgow'
        > V18 N14 Salvage
        > V18 N15 Singapore Cutter Update
        > V18 N16 Ren Tolman's Letter Re Double Eagle
        > V18 N16 Row Sail Tender 1/1/2001
        > V18 N17 Open Water Utility
        > V18 N18 Wisp A Beach Cruiser
        > V18 N19 Electric Spartina
        > V18 N20 Merlin Further Trials
        > V18 N21 Light Dory Type V
        > V18 N21 Double Eagle Commentary
        > V18 N22 Design 300 Recreational Rowboat
        > V18 N23 Double Eagle - Mr. Tolman's One Two Punch
        > V18 N24 Concept Study For Shoal Water Day Sailer
        > V19 N01 Live-on-board Scow Schooner 5/15/2001
        > V19 N02 Concept For Boatyard Workboat
        > V19 N03 Topaz
        > V19 N04 Topaz Spyder
        > V19 N05 Robb White On Fiberglassing
        > V19 N05 Crystal
        > V19 N06 Fast Power Cruiser
        > V19 N07 Fiberglass Workboat
        > V19 N08 Small Racing Schooner Concept
        > V19 N09 Racing Schooner Dwg
        > V19 N10 606a Cabin Clam Skiff
        > V19 N11 Racing Clipper Dory
        > V19 N12 Bowrider Power Cruiser
        > V19 N13 Mountain Boat Wolfpack 24
        > V19 N14 Insolent 60
        > V19 N15 External Steel Ballast
        > V19 N16 Windermere
        > V19 N17 A Handy Anchor Davit Solution
        > V19 N18 Upgrades For AS-29
        > V19 N19 Marlin - A Lighter Sportfisherman
        > V19 N20 Queen Mab Cover
        > V19 N21 John Bartletts Bantam Build
        > V19 N21 Magic Sportfishing Boat Dwg
        > V19 N22 Tahiti
        > V19 N23 Naval Jelly Instant Galley
        > V19 N24 Fast Motor Sailer Dwg
        > V20 N01 Pointer 5/15/2002
        > V20 N02 Catboat Ruminations
        > V20 N03 Michalak Caprice
        > V20 N03 Cuban Sport Fisherman
        > V20 N04 Viking Longboat
        > V20 N05 Update On Shivaree 18
        > V20 N06 Sitka Explorer
        > V20 N07 Bantam 16-20
        > V20 N08 Shivaree 21
        > V20 N09 Upgraded Marth Jane
        > V20 N10 Fiji Pt 1
        > V20 N11 Fiji Pt 2
        > V20 N12 Fiji Pt 3
        > V20 N13 Red Zinger
        > V20 N13 Tom Judd's Lily Build
        > V20 N14 Loose Moose II - Le Cabotin Upgrade Pt 1
        > V20 N15 Loose Moose II - Le Cabotin Upgrade Pt 2
        > V20 N16 Update On Sybil's Yawl
        > V20 N17 Supplement To Discussion On Fiji's Do-ability
        > V20 N18 Wish II - Sharpie Cat Yawl
        > V20 N19 A Tale Of A Bolger Schooner Heavy Weather
        > V20 N19 Birdwatcher Cut Down Photo
        > V20 N19 Jillian
        > V20 N20 Fantail Launch
        > V20 N21 Black Skimmer Chartering
        > V20 N21 Paddling Skiff
        > V20 N22 Moby - Gill Net Fishing Boat
        > V20 N23 Bantam 20 16 Update Upgrade
        > V20 N24 Yonder Pt 1
        > V21 N01 Yonder Pt 2 5/15/2003
        > V21 N02 Yonder Pt 3
        > V21 N03 Polynesia Trimarran
        > V21 N04 Steel Sport Fisherman Dwg
        > V21 N05 Proa Background Pg 1
        > V21 N06 Bolger Proa 20 Pg 1
        > V21 N07 Missing
        > V21 N08 Tender Lifeboat Fastbrick
        > V21 N09 Reubens Nymph
        > V21 N09 Martha Jane Ad - No Bolger Article
        > V21 N11 Volunteer Upgrade Dwg
        > V21 N12 Reiver II
        > V21 N12 Bolger In 1966 Rowing
        > V21 N13 Nina Sailing Sportfisherman
        > V21 N13 Bantam Cover
        > V21 N14 Keel Catboat Lynx
        > V21 N15 First Annual Kingston Messabout
        > V21 N15 Fast Light Cruiser
        > V21 N16 Rescue 27 IO Drive Inlet Runner
        > V21 N17 Egg Harbor 33
        > V21 N18 Light Cat Schooner
        > V21 N19 Whitehall Type Pulling Boat (Victoria)
        > V21 N20 Dido Article
        > V21 N21 Ultra Light Rowing Boat
        > V21 N22 Whaler Sloop
        > V21 N23 Victoria Recreational Rowboat
        > V21 N24 Missing
        > V22 N01 Sea Sled Concept 5/15/2004
        > V22 N02 Fin Keel Sharpie Schooner 165 165
        > V22 N03 Family Power Cruiser Concept Article
        > V22 N04 Shivaree 18 Cabin Dwg
        > V22 N05 Paddling Pirogue
        > V22 N06 Birdwatcher II
        > V22 N07 Becky Thatcher
        > V22 N08 Production Yacht Tender
        > V22 N09 Birdwatcher II Pt 2
        > V22 N09 Birdwatcher Cover
        > V22 N10 A Folding Schooner In The Australian Outback
        > V22 N11 William D Johchems
        > V22 N12 1966 PCB Rowing Article
        > V22 N12 Shoal Long Keel Schooner Shearwater
        > V22 N12 Slicer Utility Launch
        > V22 N12 Reiver II
        > V22 N13 Missing
        > V22 N14 Missing
        > V22 N15 Le Cabotin Update
        > V22 N16 Missing
        > V22 N17 Raised Deck Chebacco
        > V22 N18 Diamond Dwg
        > V22 N19 Photo Of Bolger On Cover
        > V22 N19 Cruising Long Ago With Deep Draft And No Engine
        > V22 N20 Ideas On Megayachts
        > V22 N21 Update On Queen Mab
        > V22 N22 Update On Alaska Cargo Boat
        > V22 N23 Missing
        > V22 N24 Missing
        > V23 N01 Missing 5/15/2007
        > V23 N02 Blankenship Lugger Update
        > V23 N03 Missing
        > V23 N04 Missing
        > V23 N05 Snapshot On Folding Schooner
        > V23 N05 Le Dulci Mer Letter
        > V23 N05 Folding Schooner
        > V23 N06 Lady Slipper Class Dingy
        > V23 N07 Solent Lug Rig
        > V23 N08 Production Yacht Tender
        > V23 N09 Puffin
        > V23 N10 Birdwatcher With Solent Lug Rig
        > V23 N11 Old Shoe
        > V23 N12 Update On Camper 640
        > V23 N13 Queen Mab Launching
        > V23 N13 Hope Outboard Utility
        > V23 N14 Mikkam Plank-on-frame Dayboat
        > V23 N15 Trash Cat
        > V23 N16 Dovekie Retrospect
        > V23 N17 Hermes
        > V23 N17 Scow Houseboat
        > V23 N18 Becky Thatcher
        > V23 N19 Becky Thatcher's Flipping Sternwheel
        > V23 N20 Arm-powered Sidewheeler
        > V23 N21 Missing
        > V23 N22 Captain Rebecca Thatcher
        > V23 N22 Inboard Dayboat
        > V23 N23 Chicago Cobble
        > V23 N24 Missing
        > V24 N01 Bolger Proa 60 Pt 1 5/15/2005
        > V24 N02 Bolger Proa 60 Pt 2
        > V24 N03 Otter II Pt 1
        > V24 N04 Otter II Pt 2
        > V24 N05 Tennessee
        > V24 N06 Proa 60 Pt 3
        > V24 N07 Pumpkin Boat 'Pegasus'
        > V24 N08 Carrier Vessel Personal Concept
        > V24 N09 Test Article For A Sailing Merchant Ship
        > V24 N10 Otter II
        > V24 N10 Auray Punt Build
        > V24 N10 Albert Strange Canoe Yawl Wenda
        > V24 N11 Cynthia J Dwgs
        > V24 N12 Amherst Galley Update
        > V24 N13 Fan Tail Launch Dwg
        > V24 N14 Fast Steam Launch Dwg
        > V24 N15 Fast Brick
        > V24 N16 Missing
        > V24 N17 Missing
        > V24 N18 Missing
        > V24 N19 Nimbus
        > V24 N20 Long Light Dory
        > V24 N21 Spartina Update
        > V24 N22 Camper
        > V24 N23 Update On Windermere
        > V24 N24 Missing
        > V25 N01 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 2 5/15/2006
        > V25 N02 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 3
        > V25 N03 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 4
        > V25 N03 Wooden Boat Show Ad, PCB Tribute
        > V25 N04 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch1
        > V25 N05 Missing
        > V25 N06 Bobcat Build
        > V25 N06 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch 3
        > V25 N07 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch 4
        > V25 N08 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch5
        > V25 N08 Advanced Fisherman 70 9/1/2007
        > V25 N09 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch6 Pt1
        > V25 N10 Messing About In Fishing Boats, Ch 6 Pt2
        > V25 N11 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch6 Pt1
        > V25 N12 Plywood 12.5
        > V25 N13 Messing About In Fishing Boats, Ch 7
        > V25 N14 Bolger On Bolger's 80th Birthday
        > V25 N15 Missing
        > V25 N16-17 Shivaree24
        > V26 N01 Perfect Skiff '08 5/15/2008
        > V26 N01 Fastbrick
        > V26 N02 MAIB Fishing Boats Ch 9
        > V26 N03 MAIB Fishing Boats Ch 10
        > V26 N04 Rose
        > V26 N05 Cove Dweller Dwg
        > V26 N05 Mouser
        > V26 N06 Update On Double Eagle Deck
        > V26 N07 Black Gauntlet Cover
        > V26 N07 Peter Duff Bio
        > V26 N07 Life Of Maggie And Peter Duff
        > V26 N07 Lady Slipper
        > V26 N07 Canard - Bow Steering
        > V26 N07 Dovekie Shearwater Nov15 1987 Reprint
        > V26 N08 Building Sneakeasy
        > V26 N08 Update On The Plywood 12 Design

        On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 11:38 AM, Susanne@... <philbolger@...> wrote:
         

        I could use your help on this.  Can't find our copy.  Susanne
         




        --
        Mike

        http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm
      • Mike John
        Sorry Bruce. I was writing while you were sending yours. Sorry group for the duplication of Bruce s list. Mike ... -- Mike
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          Sorry Bruce. I was writing while you were sending yours. Sorry group for the duplication of Bruce's list.

          Mike

          On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 12:00 PM, Bruce Hallman <hallman@...> wrote:
           

          On Sun, Oct 18, 2009 at 5:38 PM, Susanne@...
          <philbolger@...> wrote:
          >
          >
          >
          > I could use your help on this.  Can't find our copy.  Susanne

          Here is the URL of the Thibodeau index:

          http://www.messingaboutinboats.com/archive.html

          Also, I have put together an independent MAIB index which is
          incomplete, but it covers more years than the Thibodeau index.

          ==========(MAIB index pasted below)============

          Vol No Title Date Opus
          V06 N11 Anhinga
          V06 N16 A Bolger Rendezvous 1/1/1989
          V06 N17 Jinni
          V06 N22 Monster Micro, AS-29
          V06 N24 Ron Muller's Birdwatcher
          V07 N02 Shoebox Punt
          V07 N06 Michalak Birdwatcher Launching
          V07 N09 Tortoise Photo
          V07 N09 Stretched Light Dory
          V07 N09 Birdwatcher Cult
          V07 N15 Corsair 24
          V07 N18 Jim Michalak's Birdwatcher
          V07 N18 Pirate Racer
          V08 N07 CSD Superbrick
          V08 N07 Midwest Messabout, Otter, Birdwatcher, Micro 1
          V08 N08 Folding Schooner 9/1/1990
          V08 N09 CSD Nymph, Martha Jane Launch
          V08 N14 Martha Jane Photo
          V09 N16 Alaskan One-man Trawler 1/1/1990 446
          V09 N17 Boarding Steps 1/15/1990
          V09 N17 Pirogue Article
          V09 N18 Camping Trimaran 2/1/1992 554
          V09 N19 Red Zinger
          V09 N19 CSD The Step Sharpie
          V09 N20 16 Ft Motor Canoe
          V09 N21 Tasmanian Yawl 3/15/1992 447
          V09 N22 Light Cruiser (concept) 4/1/1992
          V09 N23 Microtrawler 4/15/1992 584
          V09 N24 Ship's Boat 5/1/1992
          V10 N01 OSTAR Racer 5/15/1992
          V10 N02 Fast Motorsailer 6/1/1992 560
          V10 N03 Caribbean Liveaboard 6/15/1992 355
          V10 N04 Glued Clinker Pram 507
          V10 N05 Speed Launch (Slicer) 7/15/1992 492
          V10 N06 Trailerable Yawl 8/1/1992 564
          V10 N07 New Haven Sharpie Concept 8/15/1992
          V10 N08 Missing
          V10 N09 Montgomery-Bolger Connection
          V10 N09 Hawkeye
          V10 N10 Canoe Yawl Concept
          V10 N11 Weekend Schooner
          V10 N12 Micro 'Emerald' Cover Photo
          V10 N12 Racing Powerboat
          V10 N13 Common Sense Skiff
          V10 N14 Cruising Catamaran Concept
          V10 N15 Small Commercial Fishing Boat
          V10 N16 Bahama Dingy... Yacht Version
          V10 N17 Tarantula
          V10 N18 Auray Fisherman's Punt
          V10 N19 Fast Sport Fisherman
          V10 N20 Canoe Yawl Concept Study
          V10 N21 Spur ...a Utility Rowboat
          V10 N22 Queequeg
          V10 N23 Power Catamaran
          V10 N24 Superbrick
          V11 N01 International 14 Rig Conversion 5/15/1993
          V11 N01 Yamato Fishing Launch 5/15/1993
          V11 N02 Commuter
          V11 N03 A Trailer Motorsailor
          V11 N04 Advanced Sharpie 29
          V11 N05 Spartina
          V11 N06 Concept For A Steel Excursion Boat
          V11 N07 Aluminum Trailer Cruiser
          V11 N08 Long Micro
          V11 N09 Dick Welch's Microtrawler
          V11 N09 Keel Sailing Dingy
          V11 N10 21' Canoe Yawl
          V11 N10 Long Micro Build
          V11 N11 Aluminum Diesel Launch
          V11 N12 Flat Iron Skiff
          V11 N14 20' Hard Bottom Inflatable
          V11 N14 Jinni Build
          V11 N15 Compact Charter Schooner
          V11 N16
          V11 N17
          V11 N18
          V11 N19
          V11 N20
          V11 N21
          V11 N22
          V11 N23 Fie Fia
          V11 N23 Common Sense Skiff Build
          V11 N24 Schooner Rigged Stonehorse
          V12 N01 Eight-oared Cutter 5/15/1994
          V12 N02 Fast Beach Landing Passenger Cargo Boat
          V12 N03 Keel Canoe Yawl Boat
          V12 N04 Chebacco 25
          V12 N05 Cruising Catboat
          V12 N06 15ft Work Skiff
          V12 N07 Cabin Hawkeye
          V12 N08 Plank Pipante
          V12 N09 Fast Cruising Schooner
          V12 N10 Plywood Catboat
          V12 N11 Sharpie
          V12 N11 A Stretch Super Bee Build
          V12 N12 Aluminum Lugger
          V12 N13 Yacht Tender
          V12 N14 Diesel Launch
          V12 N15 Light Schooner On Cover
          V12 N15 Garvey Daysailer
          V12 N15 AS-39 Ocean Going Winnebago
          V12 N16 Bilge Keel Yawl
          V12 N17 Outboard Runabout
          V12 N18 Auxillary Lugger
          V12 N19 Outboard Utility
          V12 N20 Arava
          V12 N20 BWAOM Book Review
          V12 N21 Power Catamaran
          V12 N22 Garvey Outboard Utility
          V12 N23 Bonefish Concept
          V12 N24 Class IV Ostar Racer
          V13 N01 Keel Daysailer 5/15/1995
          V13 N02 Gulf Of Mexico Cruiser Concept
          V13 N03 Lake Launch
          V13 N04 Daysailer Weekender Concept
          V13 N05 Keel Catboat Cat Yawl Concept
          V13 N06 Trailing Cruiser Cat Yawl
          V13 N07 Prefabricated River Cruiser
          V13 N08 Commercial Gill Net Fishing Boat
          V13 N09 Camp Cruiser Concept
          V13 N10 Rowing-outboard Yawlboat
          V13 N11 Ostar Concept
          V13 N12 Cruising Lugger Concept
          V13 N13 Rough Water Outboard Runabout
          V13 N14 Light Peapod
          V13 N15 Party Fishing Boat
          V13 N16 Shoal Draft Towboat Concept
          V13 N17 Training Dingy Concept 'Titmouse'
          V13 N18 Simplified Offshore Sloop
          V13 N19 Utility Nesting Skiff Concept
          V13 N19 Common Sense Skiff
          V13 N20 Pinky Schooner
          V13 N21 Houseboat Concept
          V13 N22 Hardbottom Inflatable Dingy
          V13 N22 Pirate Racers On Cover
          V13 N23 Swinging Ballast Concept
          V13 N24 Shoal Keel Daysailer Concept
          V14 N01 3-meter Tri 5/15/1996
          V14 N02 Lake Launch
          V14 N03 Sharpie Catamaran Concept
          V14 N04 Light Power Cruiser Concept
          V14 N05 Leeboard Yawl Concept
          V14 N06 Outboard Utility
          V14 N07 Champlain
          V14 N08 Retriever
          V14 N08 Microtrawler Project
          V14 N09 Watervan
          V14 N10 Inlet Runner Concept
          V14 N11 Production Power Cruiser 207
          V14 N12 Homebuilt Yawl
          V14 N13 A Small Yacht
          V14 N14 Lily
          V14 N15 Rig 33 Gaff Cutter With Boomless Mainsail Rig33
          V14 N16 Skillygalee
          V14 N17 Rig 14 Gaff Rig13
          V14 N18 Camper 640
          V14 N19 Rig 84 Bald Headed Gaff Rig Rig84
          V14 N20 William D Jochems
          V14 N21 Early Electric Launches
          V14 N22 Lily
          V14 N23 On Rowing
          V14 N24 Amherst Galley
          V15 N01 Rig 17, Balanced Lug 5/15/1997 Rig17
          V15 N02 Pirogue 16
          V15 N03 Rig 40 - Jibheaded With Sprit Booms Rig40
          V15 N04 Chebacco 20 Brad Story's Article
          V15 N05 Rig 18 Chinese Lug Rig18
          V15 N06 Chinese Gaff Rig
          V15 N07 Hassler
          V15 N08 Rig 30 Gaff With Boomless Jib Rig30
          V15 N09 Seabird 86
          V15 N10 Diamond
          V15 N10 Griffiths Hatch
          V15 N11 Rig 13 Gunter Rig13
          V15 N12 Hassler Windows
          V15 N13 Front Rowing Article
          V15 N13 Balanced Lug Cat Schooner
          V15 N14 St. Valery 12/1/1997 625
          V15 N16 The Cruising Chebacco 1/1/1998
          V15 N16 Advanced Sharpie 29 1/1/1998
          V15 N17 Junebug
          V15 N18 Donovan's Tender 647
          V15 N19 Jinni
          V15 N20 Baltic Sea Cruiser Racer
          V15 N21 Orquidiea
          V15 N22 Low Powered Outboard Cruiser
          V15 N23 Hermes
          V15 N24 Cruising Cutter Concept
          V16 N01 Beach Cruiser Concept 5/15/1998
          V16 N02 Variation On A Folkboat Theme
          V16 N03 One Man Liveaboard Concept
          V16 N04 Moderate Speed Power Cruiser
          V16 N05 Topaz Pg 2
          V16 N05 Topaz Pg 1
          V16 N06 Keel Sharpie Family Live-on-board Concept
          V16 N07 Retriever
          V16 N08 Ted Warren Strip Planks
          V16 N08 Double Eagle Yawlboat
          V16 N09 Double Eagle Pt 1
          V16 N11 Champlain
          V16 N12 Abbondanza
          V16 N13 Romp
          V16 N14 Two Self Propelled Houseboats Pt 1 Illinois
          V16 N15 Two Self Propelled Houseboats Pt 2 Puffer
          V16 N16 Micro Navigator
          V16 N17 Update On Bolger's Chinese Gaff
          V16 N18 Reviewing 1998 Columns
          V16 N19 B-31 Schorpion Trimaran
          V16 N20 Schorpioen Pt 1
          V16 N21 Update On Workskiff
          V16 N22 Summer Ease
          V16 N23 Prince William Sound Yawl
          V16 N24 Plywood Utility Outboard
          V17 N01 Two 16ft Trailer Length Outboards 5/15/1999
          V17 N02 Cover Fast Motorsailer
          V17 N02 Bantam
          V17 N03 Bringing Blacksnake Home
          V17 N04 Missing
          V17 N05 Marina Cruiser Pt 1
          V17 N06 Marina Cruiser Pt 2
          V17 N07 Folding Schooner Dwg
          V17 N07 Boat Talk Follow-up
          V17 N08 Minnesota
          V17 N09 Pushmepullyou
          V17 N10 A Less Well Developed Idea About Boat Electricity
          V17 N11 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 1
          V17 N12 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 2
          V17 N13 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 3
          V17 N14 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 4
          V17 N15 As19 Leeboard Daysailer Yawl Pt 1
          V17 N16 As-19 Advanced Sharpie 19
          V17 N17 An Inboard Diesel Sport Fishing Boat
          V17 N18 Update On Lily
          V17 N19 Pointy Skiff
          V17 N20 A Rational Approach To Handing Trailers At Boat Ra
          V17 N21 Non Boating Uses For That Nice Boat Trailer
          V17 N22 Cabin Clam Skiff
          V17 N23 Hermes
          V17 N24 Small Auxilary Cruising Boat
          V18 N01 Three Man Dory 5/15/2000
          V18 N02 Martha Jane Revised
          V18 N03 Nymph Cubed
          V18 N04 Day Cabin Utility Launch
          V18 N05 Plywood Catboat (optional Revision)
          V18 N06 Wyoming Enlarged Cabin Mod
          V18 N07 Steel Narrowboat Weston Martyr
          V18 N08 Auray Punt Update
          V18 N09 Auxillary Ketch 'Jack Hannah'
          V18 N10 Albert Strange, Canoe Yawl Wenda
          V18 N11 Double Eagle Pt 1
          V18 N12 Double Eagle Pt 2
          V18 N13 Scots Cutter 'Beroe Of Glasgow'
          V18 N14 Salvage
          V18 N15 Singapore Cutter Update
          V18 N16 Ren Tolman's Letter Re Double Eagle
          V18 N16 Row Sail Tender 1/1/2001
          V18 N17 Open Water Utility
          V18 N18 Wisp A Beach Cruiser
          V18 N19 Electric Spartina
          V18 N20 Merlin Further Trials
          V18 N21 Light Dory Type V
          V18 N21 Double Eagle Commentary
          V18 N22 Design 300 Recreational Rowboat
          V18 N23 Double Eagle - Mr. Tolman's One Two Punch
          V18 N24 Concept Study For Shoal Water Day Sailer
          V19 N01 Live-on-board Scow Schooner 5/15/2001
          V19 N02 Concept For Boatyard Workboat
          V19 N03 Topaz
          V19 N04 Topaz Spyder
          V19 N05 Robb White On Fiberglassing
          V19 N05 Crystal
          V19 N06 Fast Power Cruiser
          V19 N07 Fiberglass Workboat
          V19 N08 Small Racing Schooner Concept
          V19 N09 Racing Schooner Dwg
          V19 N10 606a Cabin Clam Skiff
          V19 N11 Racing Clipper Dory
          V19 N12 Bowrider Power Cruiser
          V19 N13 Mountain Boat Wolfpack 24
          V19 N14 Insolent 60
          V19 N15 External Steel Ballast
          V19 N16 Windermere
          V19 N17 A Handy Anchor Davit Solution
          V19 N18 Upgrades For AS-29
          V19 N19 Marlin - A Lighter Sportfisherman
          V19 N20 Queen Mab Cover
          V19 N21 John Bartletts Bantam Build
          V19 N21 Magic Sportfishing Boat Dwg
          V19 N22 Tahiti
          V19 N23 Naval Jelly Instant Galley
          V19 N24 Fast Motor Sailer Dwg
          V20 N01 Pointer 5/15/2002
          V20 N02 Catboat Ruminations
          V20 N03 Michalak Caprice
          V20 N03 Cuban Sport Fisherman
          V20 N04 Viking Longboat
          V20 N05 Update On Shivaree 18
          V20 N06 Sitka Explorer
          V20 N07 Bantam 16-20
          V20 N08 Shivaree 21
          V20 N09 Upgraded Marth Jane
          V20 N10 Fiji Pt 1
          V20 N11 Fiji Pt 2
          V20 N12 Fiji Pt 3
          V20 N13 Red Zinger
          V20 N13 Tom Judd's Lily Build
          V20 N14 Loose Moose II - Le Cabotin Upgrade Pt 1
          V20 N15 Loose Moose II - Le Cabotin Upgrade Pt 2
          V20 N16 Update On Sybil's Yawl
          V20 N17 Supplement To Discussion On Fiji's Do-ability
          V20 N18 Wish II - Sharpie Cat Yawl
          V20 N19 A Tale Of A Bolger Schooner Heavy Weather
          V20 N19 Birdwatcher Cut Down Photo
          V20 N19 Jillian
          V20 N20 Fantail Launch
          V20 N21 Black Skimmer Chartering
          V20 N21 Paddling Skiff
          V20 N22 Moby - Gill Net Fishing Boat
          V20 N23 Bantam 20 16 Update Upgrade
          V20 N24 Yonder Pt 1
          V21 N01 Yonder Pt 2 5/15/2003
          V21 N02 Yonder Pt 3
          V21 N03 Polynesia Trimarran
          V21 N04 Steel Sport Fisherman Dwg
          V21 N05 Proa Background Pg 1
          V21 N06 Bolger Proa 20 Pg 1
          V21 N07 Missing
          V21 N08 Tender Lifeboat Fastbrick
          V21 N09 Reubens Nymph
          V21 N09 Martha Jane Ad - No Bolger Article
          V21 N11 Volunteer Upgrade Dwg
          V21 N12 Reiver II
          V21 N12 Bolger In 1966 Rowing
          V21 N13 Nina Sailing Sportfisherman
          V21 N13 Bantam Cover
          V21 N14 Keel Catboat Lynx
          V21 N15 First Annual Kingston Messabout
          V21 N15 Fast Light Cruiser
          V21 N16 Rescue 27 IO Drive Inlet Runner
          V21 N17 Egg Harbor 33
          V21 N18 Light Cat Schooner
          V21 N19 Whitehall Type Pulling Boat (Victoria)
          V21 N20 Dido Article
          V21 N21 Ultra Light Rowing Boat
          V21 N22 Whaler Sloop
          V21 N23 Victoria Recreational Rowboat
          V21 N24 Missing
          V22 N01 Sea Sled Concept 5/15/2004
          V22 N02 Fin Keel Sharpie Schooner 165 165
          V22 N03 Family Power Cruiser Concept Article
          V22 N04 Shivaree 18 Cabin Dwg
          V22 N05 Paddling Pirogue
          V22 N06 Birdwatcher II
          V22 N07 Becky Thatcher
          V22 N08 Production Yacht Tender
          V22 N09 Birdwatcher II Pt 2
          V22 N09 Birdwatcher Cover
          V22 N10 A Folding Schooner In The Australian Outback
          V22 N11 William D Johchems
          V22 N12 1966 PCB Rowing Article
          V22 N12 Shoal Long Keel Schooner Shearwater
          V22 N12 Slicer Utility Launch
          V22 N12 Reiver II
          V22 N13 Missing
          V22 N14 Missing
          V22 N15 Le Cabotin Update
          V22 N16 Missing
          V22 N17 Raised Deck Chebacco
          V22 N18 Diamond Dwg
          V22 N19 Photo Of Bolger On Cover
          V22 N19 Cruising Long Ago With Deep Draft And No Engine
          V22 N20 Ideas On Megayachts
          V22 N21 Update On Queen Mab
          V22 N22 Update On Alaska Cargo Boat
          V22 N23 Missing
          V22 N24 Missing
          V23 N01 Missing 5/15/2007
          V23 N02 Blankenship Lugger Update
          V23 N03 Missing
          V23 N04 Missing
          V23 N05 Snapshot On Folding Schooner
          V23 N05 Le Dulci Mer Letter
          V23 N05 Folding Schooner
          V23 N06 Lady Slipper Class Dingy
          V23 N07 Solent Lug Rig
          V23 N08 Production Yacht Tender
          V23 N09 Puffin
          V23 N10 Birdwatcher With Solent Lug Rig
          V23 N11 Old Shoe
          V23 N12 Update On Camper 640
          V23 N13 Queen Mab Launching
          V23 N13 Hope Outboard Utility
          V23 N14 Mikkam Plank-on-frame Dayboat
          V23 N15 Trash Cat
          V23 N16 Dovekie Retrospect
          V23 N17 Hermes
          V23 N17 Scow Houseboat
          V23 N18 Becky Thatcher
          V23 N19 Becky Thatcher's Flipping Sternwheel
          V23 N20 Arm-powered Sidewheeler
          V23 N21 Missing
          V23 N22 Captain Rebecca Thatcher
          V23 N22 Inboard Dayboat
          V23 N23 Chicago Cobble
          V23 N24 Missing
          V24 N01 Bolger Proa 60 Pt 1 5/15/2005
          V24 N02 Bolger Proa 60 Pt 2
          V24 N03 Otter II Pt 1
          V24 N04 Otter II Pt 2
          V24 N05 Tennessee
          V24 N06 Proa 60 Pt 3
          V24 N07 Pumpkin Boat 'Pegasus'
          V24 N08 Carrier Vessel Personal Concept
          V24 N09 Test Article For A Sailing Merchant Ship
          V24 N10 Otter II
          V24 N10 Auray Punt Build
          V24 N10 Albert Strange Canoe Yawl Wenda
          V24 N11 Cynthia J Dwgs
          V24 N12 Amherst Galley Update
          V24 N13 Fan Tail Launch Dwg
          V24 N14 Fast Steam Launch Dwg
          V24 N15 Fast Brick
          V24 N16 Missing
          V24 N17 Missing
          V24 N18 Missing
          V24 N19 Nimbus
          V24 N20 Long Light Dory
          V24 N21 Spartina Update
          V24 N22 Camper
          V24 N23 Update On Windermere
          V24 N24 Missing
          V25 N01 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 2 5/15/2006
          V25 N02 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 3
          V25 N03 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 4
          V25 N03 Wooden Boat Show Ad, PCB Tribute
          V25 N04 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch1
          V25 N05 Missing
          V25 N06 Bobcat Build
          V25 N06 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch 3
          V25 N07 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch 4
          V25 N08 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch5
          V25 N08 Advanced Fisherman 70 9/1/2007
          V25 N09 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch6 Pt1
          V25 N10 Messing About In Fishing Boats, Ch 6 Pt2
          V25 N11 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch6 Pt1
          V25 N12 Plywood 12.5
          V25 N13 Messing About In Fishing Boats, Ch 7
          V25 N14 Bolger On Bolger's 80th Birthday
          V25 N15 Missing
          V25 N16-17 Shivaree24
          V26 N01 Perfect Skiff '08 5/15/2008
          V26 N01 Fastbrick
          V26 N02 MAIB Fishing Boats Ch 9
          V26 N03 MAIB Fishing Boats Ch 10
          V26 N04 Rose
          V26 N05 Cove Dweller Dwg
          V26 N05 Mouser
          V26 N06 Update On Double Eagle Deck
          V26 N07 Black Gauntlet Cover
          V26 N07 Peter Duff Bio
          V26 N07 Life Of Maggie And Peter Duff
          V26 N07 Lady Slipper
          V26 N07 Canard - Bow Steering
          V26 N07 Dovekie Shearwater Nov15 1987 Reprint
          V26 N08 Building Sneakeasy
          V26 N08 Update On The Plywood 12 Design




          --
          Mike

          http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm
        • BrianA
          Hi Susanne I have also worked with Chuck and Sandy Leinweber on occasion and bought stuff from them and they are indeed a very classy act. They really have
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            Hi Susanne

            I have also worked with Chuck and Sandy Leinweber on occasion and bought stuff from them and they are indeed a very classy act.

            They really have become the go-to site for a lot of the kind of folks who might build from PB+F plans.

            The other big thing is that at least with Jim Michalak, I can say that they take the order and the payment, and then notify JM, and he puts the plans in the mail and I would guess they settle up monthly or whatever. So in contrast with some companies PB+F have worked with over the years as I have heard, there can be no question (not that I could imagine there could be with the Leinwebers) about how many plans or which plans have been sold.

            Cheers and best wishes

            Brian

            --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, Mike John <mikeduckboatman@...> wrote:
            >
            > Susanne,
            > http://www.messingaboutinboats.com/archive.html
            >
            > I highly recommend Chuck from Duckworks to list your plans on the web for
            > you. You control them and post them. He just lists them, accepts the money
            > and takes his fee. I have work for Chuck for a little while now and he is a
            > nice bloke (aussie for man).
            >
            > This is Bruce Hallman's MAIB list. I'm sure he wont mind me reposting it for
            > him in order to help you.
            >
            > Mike John
            >
            > ==============MAIB Index of Bolger articles below=======
            > >
            > > Vol No Title Date Opus
            > > V06 N11 Anhinga
            > > V06 N16 A Bolger Rendezvous 1/1/1989
            > > V06 N17 Jinni
            > > V06 N22 Monster Micro, AS-29
            > > V06 N24 Ron Muller's Birdwatcher
            > > V07 N02 Shoebox Punt
            > > V07 N06 Michalak Birdwatcher Launching
            > > V07 N09 Tortoise Photo
            > > V07 N09 Stretched Light Dory
            > > V07 N09 Birdwatcher Cult
            > > V07 N15 Corsair 24
            > > V07 N18 Jim Michalak's Birdwatcher
            > > V07 N18 Pirate Racer
            > > V08 N07 CSD Superbrick
            > > V08 N07 Midwest Messabout, Otter, Birdwatcher, Micro 1
            > > V08 N08 Folding Schooner 9/1/1990
            > > V08 N09 CSD Nymph, Martha Jane Launch
            > > V08 N14 Martha Jane Photo
            > > V09 N16 Alaskan One-man Trawler 1/1/1990 446
            > > V09 N17 Boarding Steps 1/15/1990
            > > V09 N17 Pirogue Article
            > > V09 N18 Camping Trimaran 2/1/1992 554
            > > V09 N19 Red Zinger
            > > V09 N19 CSD The Step Sharpie
            > > V09 N20 16 Ft Motor Canoe
            > > V09 N21 Tasmanian Yawl 3/15/1992 447
            > > V09 N22 Light Cruiser (concept) 4/1/1992
            > > V09 N23 Microtrawler 4/15/1992 584
            > > V09 N24 Ship's Boat 5/1/1992
            > > V10 N01 OSTAR Racer 5/15/1992
            > > V10 N02 Fast Motorsailer 6/1/1992 560
            > > V10 N03 Caribbean Liveaboard 6/15/1992 355
            > > V10 N04 Glued Clinker Pram 507
            > > V10 N05 Speed Launch (Slicer) 7/15/1992 492
            > > V10 N06 Trailerable Yawl 8/1/1992 564
            > > V10 N07 New Haven Sharpie Concept 8/15/1992
            > > V10 N08 Missing
            > > V10 N09 Montgomery-Bolger Connection
            > > V10 N09 Hawkeye
            > > V10 N10 Canoe Yawl Concept
            > > V10 N11 Weekend Schooner
            > > V10 N12 Micro 'Emerald' Cover Photo
            > > V10 N12 Racing Powerboat
            > > V10 N13 Common Sense Skiff
            > > V10 N14 Cruising Catamaran Concept
            > > V10 N15 Small Commercial Fishing Boat
            > > V10 N16 Bahama Dingy... Yacht Version
            > > V10 N17 Tarantula
            > > V10 N18 Auray Fisherman's Punt
            > > V10 N19 Fast Sport Fisherman
            > > V10 N20 Canoe Yawl Concept Study
            > > V10 N21 Spur ...a Utility Rowboat
            > > V10 N22 Queequeg
            > > V10 N23 Power Catamaran
            > > V10 N24 Superbrick
            > > V11 N01 International 14 Rig Conversion 5/15/1993
            > > V11 N01 Yamato Fishing Launch 5/15/1993
            > > V11 N02 Commuter
            > > V11 N03 A Trailer Motorsailor
            > > V11 N04 Advanced Sharpie 29
            > > V11 N05 Spartina
            > > V11 N06 Concept For A Steel Excursion Boat
            > > V11 N07 Aluminum Trailer Cruiser
            > > V11 N08 Long Micro
            > > V11 N09 Dick Welch's Microtrawler
            > > V11 N09 Keel Sailing Dingy
            > > V11 N10 21' Canoe Yawl
            > > V11 N10 Long Micro Build
            > > V11 N11 Aluminum Diesel Launch
            > > V11 N12 Flat Iron Skiff
            > > V11 N14 20' Hard Bottom Inflatable
            > > V11 N14 Jinni Build
            > > V11 N15 Compact Charter Schooner
            > > V11 N16
            > > V11 N17
            > > V11 N18
            > > V11 N19
            > > V11 N20
            > > V11 N21
            > > V11 N22
            > > V11 N23 Fie Fia
            > > V11 N23 Common Sense Skiff Build
            > > V11 N24 Schooner Rigged Stonehorse
            > > V12 N01 Eight-oared Cutter 5/15/1994
            > > V12 N02 Fast Beach Landing Passenger Cargo Boat
            > > V12 N03 Keel Canoe Yawl Boat
            > > V12 N04 Chebacco 25
            > > V12 N05 Cruising Catboat
            > > V12 N06 15ft Work Skiff
            > > V12 N07 Cabin Hawkeye
            > > V12 N08 Plank Pipante
            > > V12 N09 Fast Cruising Schooner
            > > V12 N10 Plywood Catboat
            > > V12 N11 Sharpie
            > > V12 N11 A Stretch Super Bee Build
            > > V12 N12 Aluminum Lugger
            > > V12 N13 Yacht Tender
            > > V12 N14 Diesel Launch
            > > V12 N15 Light Schooner On Cover
            > > V12 N15 Garvey Daysailer
            > > V12 N15 AS-39 Ocean Going Winnebago
            > > V12 N16 Bilge Keel Yawl
            > > V12 N17 Outboard Runabout
            > > V12 N18 Auxillary Lugger
            > > V12 N19 Outboard Utility
            > > V12 N20 Arava
            > > V12 N20 BWAOM Book Review
            > > V12 N21 Power Catamaran
            > > V12 N22 Garvey Outboard Utility
            > > V12 N23 Bonefish Concept
            > > V12 N24 Class IV Ostar Racer
            > > V13 N01 Keel Daysailer 5/15/1995
            > > V13 N02 Gulf Of Mexico Cruiser Concept
            > > V13 N03 Lake Launch
            > > V13 N04 Daysailer Weekender Concept
            > > V13 N05 Keel Catboat Cat Yawl Concept
            > > V13 N06 Trailing Cruiser Cat Yawl
            > > V13 N07 Prefabricated River Cruiser
            > > V13 N08 Commercial Gill Net Fishing Boat
            > > V13 N09 Camp Cruiser Concept
            > > V13 N10 Rowing-outboard Yawlboat
            > > V13 N11 Ostar Concept
            > > V13 N12 Cruising Lugger Concept
            > > V13 N13 Rough Water Outboard Runabout
            > > V13 N14 Light Peapod
            > > V13 N15 Party Fishing Boat
            > > V13 N16 Shoal Draft Towboat Concept
            > > V13 N17 Training Dingy Concept 'Titmouse'
            > > V13 N18 Simplified Offshore Sloop
            > > V13 N19 Utility Nesting Skiff Concept
            > > V13 N19 Common Sense Skiff
            > > V13 N20 Pinky Schooner
            > > V13 N21 Houseboat Concept
            > > V13 N22 Hardbottom Inflatable Dingy
            > > V13 N22 Pirate Racers On Cover
            > > V13 N23 Swinging Ballast Concept
            > > V13 N24 Shoal Keel Daysailer Concept
            > > V14 N01 3-meter Tri 5/15/1996
            > > V14 N02 Lake Launch
            > > V14 N03 Sharpie Catamaran Concept
            > > V14 N04 Light Power Cruiser Concept
            > > V14 N05 Leeboard Yawl Concept
            > > V14 N06 Outboard Utility
            > > V14 N07 Champlain
            > > V14 N08 Retriever
            > > V14 N08 Microtrawler Project
            > > V14 N09 Watervan
            > > V14 N10 Inlet Runner Concept
            > > V14 N11 Production Power Cruiser 207
            > > V14 N12 Homebuilt Yawl
            > > V14 N13 A Small Yacht
            > > V14 N14 Lily
            > > V14 N15 Rig 33 Gaff Cutter With Boomless Mainsail Rig33
            > > V14 N16 Skillygalee
            > > V14 N17 Rig 14 Gaff Rig13
            > > V14 N18 Camper 640
            > > V14 N19 Rig 84 Bald Headed Gaff Rig Rig84
            > > V14 N20 William D Jochems
            > > V14 N21 Early Electric Launches
            > > V14 N22 Lily
            > > V14 N23 On Rowing
            > > V14 N24 Amherst Galley
            > > V15 N01 Rig 17, Balanced Lug 5/15/1997 Rig17
            > > V15 N02 Pirogue 16
            > > V15 N03 Rig 40 - Jibheaded With Sprit Booms Rig40
            > > V15 N04 Chebacco 20 Brad Story's Article
            > > V15 N05 Rig 18 Chinese Lug Rig18
            > > V15 N06 Chinese Gaff Rig
            > > V15 N07 Hassler
            > > V15 N08 Rig 30 Gaff With Boomless Jib Rig30
            > > V15 N09 Seabird 86
            > > V15 N10 Diamond
            > > V15 N10 Griffiths Hatch
            > > V15 N11 Rig 13 Gunter Rig13
            > > V15 N12 Hassler Windows
            > > V15 N13 Front Rowing Article
            > > V15 N13 Balanced Lug Cat Schooner
            > > V15 N14 St. Valery 12/1/1997 625
            > > V15 N16 The Cruising Chebacco 1/1/1998
            > > V15 N16 Advanced Sharpie 29 1/1/1998
            > > V15 N17 Junebug
            > > V15 N18 Donovan's Tender 647
            > > V15 N19 Jinni
            > > V15 N20 Baltic Sea Cruiser Racer
            > > V15 N21 Orquidiea
            > > V15 N22 Low Powered Outboard Cruiser
            > > V15 N23 Hermes
            > > V15 N24 Cruising Cutter Concept
            > > V16 N01 Beach Cruiser Concept 5/15/1998
            > > V16 N02 Variation On A Folkboat Theme
            > > V16 N03 One Man Liveaboard Concept
            > > V16 N04 Moderate Speed Power Cruiser
            > > V16 N05 Topaz Pg 2
            > > V16 N05 Topaz Pg 1
            > > V16 N06 Keel Sharpie Family Live-on-board Concept
            > > V16 N07 Retriever
            > > V16 N08 Ted Warren Strip Planks
            > > V16 N08 Double Eagle Yawlboat
            > > V16 N09 Double Eagle Pt 1
            > > V16 N11 Champlain
            > > V16 N12 Abbondanza
            > > V16 N13 Romp
            > > V16 N14 Two Self Propelled Houseboats Pt 1 Illinois
            > > V16 N15 Two Self Propelled Houseboats Pt 2 Puffer
            > > V16 N16 Micro Navigator
            > > V16 N17 Update On Bolger's Chinese Gaff
            > > V16 N18 Reviewing 1998 Columns
            > > V16 N19 B-31 Schorpion Trimaran
            > > V16 N20 Schorpioen Pt 1
            > > V16 N21 Update On Workskiff
            > > V16 N22 Summer Ease
            > > V16 N23 Prince William Sound Yawl
            > > V16 N24 Plywood Utility Outboard
            > > V17 N01 Two 16ft Trailer Length Outboards 5/15/1999
            > > V17 N02 Cover Fast Motorsailer
            > > V17 N02 Bantam
            > > V17 N03 Bringing Blacksnake Home
            > > V17 N04 Missing
            > > V17 N05 Marina Cruiser Pt 1
            > > V17 N06 Marina Cruiser Pt 2
            > > V17 N07 Folding Schooner Dwg
            > > V17 N07 Boat Talk Follow-up
            > > V17 N08 Minnesota
            > > V17 N09 Pushmepullyou
            > > V17 N10 A Less Well Developed Idea About Boat Electricity
            > > V17 N11 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 1
            > > V17 N12 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 2
            > > V17 N13 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 3
            > > V17 N14 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 4
            > > V17 N15 As19 Leeboard Daysailer Yawl Pt 1
            > > V17 N16 As-19 Advanced Sharpie 19
            > > V17 N17 An Inboard Diesel Sport Fishing Boat
            > > V17 N18 Update On Lily
            > > V17 N19 Pointy Skiff
            > > V17 N20 A Rational Approach To Handing Trailers At Boat Ra
            > > V17 N21 Non Boating Uses For That Nice Boat Trailer
            > > V17 N22 Cabin Clam Skiff
            > > V17 N23 Hermes
            > > V17 N24 Small Auxilary Cruising Boat
            > > V18 N01 Three Man Dory 5/15/2000
            > > V18 N02 Martha Jane Revised
            > > V18 N03 Nymph Cubed
            > > V18 N04 Day Cabin Utility Launch
            > > V18 N05 Plywood Catboat (optional Revision)
            > > V18 N06 Wyoming Enlarged Cabin Mod
            > > V18 N07 Steel Narrowboat Weston Martyr
            > > V18 N08 Auray Punt Update
            > > V18 N09 Auxillary Ketch 'Jack Hannah'
            > > V18 N10 Albert Strange, Canoe Yawl Wenda
            > > V18 N11 Double Eagle Pt 1
            > > V18 N12 Double Eagle Pt 2
            > > V18 N13 Scots Cutter 'Beroe Of Glasgow'
            > > V18 N14 Salvage
            > > V18 N15 Singapore Cutter Update
            > > V18 N16 Ren Tolman's Letter Re Double Eagle
            > > V18 N16 Row Sail Tender 1/1/2001
            > > V18 N17 Open Water Utility
            > > V18 N18 Wisp A Beach Cruiser
            > > V18 N19 Electric Spartina
            > > V18 N20 Merlin Further Trials
            > > V18 N21 Light Dory Type V
            > > V18 N21 Double Eagle Commentary
            > > V18 N22 Design 300 Recreational Rowboat
            > > V18 N23 Double Eagle - Mr. Tolman's One Two Punch
            > > V18 N24 Concept Study For Shoal Water Day Sailer
            > > V19 N01 Live-on-board Scow Schooner 5/15/2001
            > > V19 N02 Concept For Boatyard Workboat
            > > V19 N03 Topaz
            > > V19 N04 Topaz Spyder
            > > V19 N05 Robb White On Fiberglassing
            > > V19 N05 Crystal
            > > V19 N06 Fast Power Cruiser
            > > V19 N07 Fiberglass Workboat
            > > V19 N08 Small Racing Schooner Concept
            > > V19 N09 Racing Schooner Dwg
            > > V19 N10 606a Cabin Clam Skiff
            > > V19 N11 Racing Clipper Dory
            > > V19 N12 Bowrider Power Cruiser
            > > V19 N13 Mountain Boat Wolfpack 24
            > > V19 N14 Insolent 60
            > > V19 N15 External Steel Ballast
            > > V19 N16 Windermere
            > > V19 N17 A Handy Anchor Davit Solution
            > > V19 N18 Upgrades For AS-29
            > > V19 N19 Marlin - A Lighter Sportfisherman
            > > V19 N20 Queen Mab Cover
            > > V19 N21 John Bartletts Bantam Build
            > > V19 N21 Magic Sportfishing Boat Dwg
            > > V19 N22 Tahiti
            > > V19 N23 Naval Jelly Instant Galley
            > > V19 N24 Fast Motor Sailer Dwg
            > > V20 N01 Pointer 5/15/2002
            > > V20 N02 Catboat Ruminations
            > > V20 N03 Michalak Caprice
            > > V20 N03 Cuban Sport Fisherman
            > > V20 N04 Viking Longboat
            > > V20 N05 Update On Shivaree 18
            > > V20 N06 Sitka Explorer
            > > V20 N07 Bantam 16-20
            > > V20 N08 Shivaree 21
            > > V20 N09 Upgraded Marth Jane
            > > V20 N10 Fiji Pt 1
            > > V20 N11 Fiji Pt 2
            > > V20 N12 Fiji Pt 3
            > > V20 N13 Red Zinger
            > > V20 N13 Tom Judd's Lily Build
            > > V20 N14 Loose Moose II - Le Cabotin Upgrade Pt 1
            > > V20 N15 Loose Moose II - Le Cabotin Upgrade Pt 2
            > > V20 N16 Update On Sybil's Yawl
            > > V20 N17 Supplement To Discussion On Fiji's Do-ability
            > > V20 N18 Wish II - Sharpie Cat Yawl
            > > V20 N19 A Tale Of A Bolger Schooner Heavy Weather
            > > V20 N19 Birdwatcher Cut Down Photo
            > > V20 N19 Jillian
            > > V20 N20 Fantail Launch
            > > V20 N21 Black Skimmer Chartering
            > > V20 N21 Paddling Skiff
            > > V20 N22 Moby - Gill Net Fishing Boat
            > > V20 N23 Bantam 20 16 Update Upgrade
            > > V20 N24 Yonder Pt 1
            > > V21 N01 Yonder Pt 2 5/15/2003
            > > V21 N02 Yonder Pt 3
            > > V21 N03 Polynesia Trimarran
            > > V21 N04 Steel Sport Fisherman Dwg
            > > V21 N05 Proa Background Pg 1
            > > V21 N06 Bolger Proa 20 Pg 1
            > > V21 N07 Missing
            > > V21 N08 Tender Lifeboat Fastbrick
            > > V21 N09 Reubens Nymph
            > > V21 N09 Martha Jane Ad - No Bolger Article
            > > V21 N11 Volunteer Upgrade Dwg
            > > V21 N12 Reiver II
            > > V21 N12 Bolger In 1966 Rowing
            > > V21 N13 Nina Sailing Sportfisherman
            > > V21 N13 Bantam Cover
            > > V21 N14 Keel Catboat Lynx
            > > V21 N15 First Annual Kingston Messabout
            > > V21 N15 Fast Light Cruiser
            > > V21 N16 Rescue 27 IO Drive Inlet Runner
            > > V21 N17 Egg Harbor 33
            > > V21 N18 Light Cat Schooner
            > > V21 N19 Whitehall Type Pulling Boat (Victoria)
            > > V21 N20 Dido Article
            > > V21 N21 Ultra Light Rowing Boat
            > > V21 N22 Whaler Sloop
            > > V21 N23 Victoria Recreational Rowboat
            > > V21 N24 Missing
            > > V22 N01 Sea Sled Concept 5/15/2004
            > > V22 N02 Fin Keel Sharpie Schooner 165 165
            > > V22 N03 Family Power Cruiser Concept Article
            > > V22 N04 Shivaree 18 Cabin Dwg
            > > V22 N05 Paddling Pirogue
            > > V22 N06 Birdwatcher II
            > > V22 N07 Becky Thatcher
            > > V22 N08 Production Yacht Tender
            > > V22 N09 Birdwatcher II Pt 2
            > > V22 N09 Birdwatcher Cover
            > > V22 N10 A Folding Schooner In The Australian Outback
            > > V22 N11 William D Johchems
            > > V22 N12 1966 PCB Rowing Article
            > > V22 N12 Shoal Long Keel Schooner Shearwater
            > > V22 N12 Slicer Utility Launch
            > > V22 N12 Reiver II
            > > V22 N13 Missing
            > > V22 N14 Missing
            > > V22 N15 Le Cabotin Update
            > > V22 N16 Missing
            > > V22 N17 Raised Deck Chebacco
            > > V22 N18 Diamond Dwg
            > > V22 N19 Photo Of Bolger On Cover
            > > V22 N19 Cruising Long Ago With Deep Draft And No Engine
            > > V22 N20 Ideas On Megayachts
            > > V22 N21 Update On Queen Mab
            > > V22 N22 Update On Alaska Cargo Boat
            > > V22 N23 Missing
            > > V22 N24 Missing
            > > V23 N01 Missing 5/15/2007
            > > V23 N02 Blankenship Lugger Update
            > > V23 N03 Missing
            > > V23 N04 Missing
            > > V23 N05 Snapshot On Folding Schooner
            > > V23 N05 Le Dulci Mer Letter
            > > V23 N05 Folding Schooner
            > > V23 N06 Lady Slipper Class Dingy
            > > V23 N07 Solent Lug Rig
            > > V23 N08 Production Yacht Tender
            > > V23 N09 Puffin
            > > V23 N10 Birdwatcher With Solent Lug Rig
            > > V23 N11 Old Shoe
            > > V23 N12 Update On Camper 640
            > > V23 N13 Queen Mab Launching
            > > V23 N13 Hope Outboard Utility
            > > V23 N14 Mikkam Plank-on-frame Dayboat
            > > V23 N15 Trash Cat
            > > V23 N16 Dovekie Retrospect
            > > V23 N17 Hermes
            > > V23 N17 Scow Houseboat
            > > V23 N18 Becky Thatcher
            > > V23 N19 Becky Thatcher's Flipping Sternwheel
            > > V23 N20 Arm-powered Sidewheeler
            > > V23 N21 Missing
            > > V23 N22 Captain Rebecca Thatcher
            > > V23 N22 Inboard Dayboat
            > > V23 N23 Chicago Cobble
            > > V23 N24 Missing
            > > V24 N01 Bolger Proa 60 Pt 1 5/15/2005
            > > V24 N02 Bolger Proa 60 Pt 2
            > > V24 N03 Otter II Pt 1
            > > V24 N04 Otter II Pt 2
            > > V24 N05 Tennessee
            > > V24 N06 Proa 60 Pt 3
            > > V24 N07 Pumpkin Boat 'Pegasus'
            > > V24 N08 Carrier Vessel Personal Concept
            > > V24 N09 Test Article For A Sailing Merchant Ship
            > > V24 N10 Otter II
            > > V24 N10 Auray Punt Build
            > > V24 N10 Albert Strange Canoe Yawl Wenda
            > > V24 N11 Cynthia J Dwgs
            > > V24 N12 Amherst Galley Update
            > > V24 N13 Fan Tail Launch Dwg
            > > V24 N14 Fast Steam Launch Dwg
            > > V24 N15 Fast Brick
            > > V24 N16 Missing
            > > V24 N17 Missing
            > > V24 N18 Missing
            > > V24 N19 Nimbus
            > > V24 N20 Long Light Dory
            > > V24 N21 Spartina Update
            > > V24 N22 Camper
            > > V24 N23 Update On Windermere
            > > V24 N24 Missing
            > > V25 N01 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 2 5/15/2006
            > > V25 N02 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 3
            > > V25 N03 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 4
            > > V25 N03 Wooden Boat Show Ad, PCB Tribute
            > > V25 N04 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch1
            > > V25 N05 Missing
            > > V25 N06 Bobcat Build
            > > V25 N06 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch 3
            > > V25 N07 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch 4
            > > V25 N08 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch5
            > > V25 N08 Advanced Fisherman 70 9/1/2007
            > > V25 N09 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch6 Pt1
            > > V25 N10 Messing About In Fishing Boats, Ch 6 Pt2
            > > V25 N11 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch6 Pt1
            > > V25 N12 Plywood 12.5
            > > V25 N13 Messing About In Fishing Boats, Ch 7
            > > V25 N14 Bolger On Bolger's 80th Birthday
            > > V25 N15 Missing
            > > V25 N16-17 Shivaree24
            > > V26 N01 Perfect Skiff '08 5/15/2008
            > > V26 N01 Fastbrick
            > > V26 N02 MAIB Fishing Boats Ch 9
            > > V26 N03 MAIB Fishing Boats Ch 10
            > > V26 N04 Rose
            > > V26 N05 Cove Dweller Dwg
            > > V26 N05 Mouser
            > > V26 N06 Update On Double Eagle Deck
            > > V26 N07 Black Gauntlet Cover
            > > V26 N07 Peter Duff Bio
            > > V26 N07 Life Of Maggie And Peter Duff
            > > V26 N07 Lady Slipper
            > > V26 N07 Canard - Bow Steering
            > > V26 N07 Dovekie Shearwater Nov15 1987 Reprint
            > > V26 N08 Building Sneakeasy
            > > V26 N08 Update On The Plywood 12 Design
            >
            > On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 11:38 AM, Susanne@... <
            > philbolger@...> wrote:
            >
            > >
            > >
            > > I could use your help on this. Can't find our copy. Susanne
            > >
            > >
            > >
            > >
            > >
            >
            >
            >
            > --
            > Mike
            >
            > http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm
            >
          • David
            Susanne, I would also highly recommend Duckworks as a venue. I ve been working with Chuck & Sandra for about five years now, and they are top-notch folks -
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              Susanne,

              I would also highly recommend Duckworks as a venue. I've been working with Chuck & Sandra for about five years now, and they are top-notch folks - honest, competent, patient, knowledgeable, and strongly committed to promoting small boating.As a "recommended builder" for three of their designers (Storer, Welsford & now Bowdidge), I've had many occasions to interact with them. All of these interactions have been positive. They've visited my shop, and last summer Chuck spent some time with us for the Toledo Wooden Boat Show and the Columbia 150. It has reached the point now where I regard them as personal friends. We seek each others advice about the "interesting" aspects of being in the boating industry, and I can't overstate how savvy, creative, and level-headed they are.

              I suspect they'd be happy to talk to you about promoting PB&F designs, and making them more easily available to a wider audience.

              G'luck,
              David G
              Harbor Woodworks
              www.harborwoodworking.com

              **************************************

              --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, Mike John <mikeduckboatman@...> wrote:
              >
              > Susanne,
              > http://www.messingaboutinboats.com/archive.html
              >
              > I highly recommend Chuck from Duckworks to list your plans on the web for
              > you. You control them and post them. He just lists them, accepts the money
              > and takes his fee. I have work for Chuck for a little while now and he is a
              > nice bloke (aussie for man).

              > Mike John
            • ch_bunch
              I agree, I ve ordered plans(via JM) and building supplies from Duckworks and they re great to work with. Carl
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                I agree, I've ordered plans(via JM) and building supplies from Duckworks and they're great to work with.

                Carl
              • prairiedog2332
                I would also like to add my support for having some Bolger plans made available through Duckworks and cannot say enough good things about Chuck and Sandra.
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                  I would also like to add my support for having some Bolger plans made available through Duckworks and cannot say enough good things about Chuck and Sandra.

                  http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/

                  http://www.duckworksbbs.com/plans.htm

                  They organize and regularly attend messabouts and raids, have built some Bolger designs and have commissioned at least one from Jim Michalak and built the prototype for several others. They take very little profit from selling plans and I suspect make most of their living selling a great line of supplies and hardware to build them.

                  They also have a close working relationship with  Garth Battista, who is a book publisher at Breakaway Books ,  a small boat nut of the highest order and who deserves our support as well.

                  Chuck moderates a great discussion group and offers a lot of good advice when it comes to building small plywood boats. In fact I find it hard to understand where they get the time to do everything they do, including a recent trip to New Zealand to visit with John Welsford. Yet to my knowledge, no query - no matter how small or mundane - goes unanswered,

                  Even if the designs that being sold illegally, where offered through DW it would be a win/win situation for everyone in my view, and freeze out the rogue seller. Those being Old Shoe, Micro, Long Micro, Micro Trawler, Tennessee, Pirogue and Martha Jane - plans that are not offered through Dynamite Payson and of which Chuck is very familiar with. This would offer the opportunity to test the waters so to speak with really no risk.

                  I belong to several small boat groups and most members frequent Duckworks,  and many are asking over and over again - "Where can I get Bolger Plans?" Many have written articles about their builds and sadly some are ordering plans from CS, then posting about how awful they are.

                  Nels




                  --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, "BrianA" <bawrytr@...> wrote:
                  >
                  > Hi Susanne
                  >
                  > I have also worked with Chuck and Sandy Leinweber on occasion and bought stuff from them and they are indeed a very classy act.
                  >
                  > They really have become the go-to site for a lot of the kind of folks who might build from PB+F plans.
                  >
                  > The other big thing is that at least with Jim Michalak, I can say that they take the order and the payment, and then notify JM, and he puts the plans in the mail and I would guess they settle up monthly or whatever. So in contrast with some companies PB+F have worked with over the years as I have heard, there can be no question (not that I could imagine there could be with the Leinwebers) about how many plans or which plans have been sold.
                  >
                  > Cheers and best wishes
                  >
                  > Brian
                  >
                  > --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, Mike John mikeduckboatman@ wrote:
                  > >
                  > > Susanne,
                  > > http://www.messingaboutinboats.com/archive.html
                  > >
                  > > I highly recommend Chuck from Duckworks to list your plans on the web for
                  > > you. You control them and post them. He just lists them, accepts the money
                  > > and takes his fee. I have work for Chuck for a little while now and he is a
                  > > nice bloke (aussie for man).
                  > >
                  > > This is Bruce Hallman's MAIB list. I'm sure he wont mind me reposting it for
                  > > him in order to help you.
                  > >
                  > > Mike John
                  > >
                  > > ==============MAIB Index of Bolger articles below=======
                  > > >
                  > > > Vol No Title Date Opus
                  > > > V06 N11 Anhinga
                  > > > V06 N16 A Bolger Rendezvous 1/1/1989
                  > > > V06 N17 Jinni
                  > > > V06 N22 Monster Micro, AS-29
                  > > > V06 N24 Ron Muller's Birdwatcher
                  > > > V07 N02 Shoebox Punt
                  > > > V07 N06 Michalak Birdwatcher Launching
                  > > > V07 N09 Tortoise Photo
                  > > > V07 N09 Stretched Light Dory
                  > > > V07 N09 Birdwatcher Cult
                  > > > V07 N15 Corsair 24
                  > > > V07 N18 Jim Michalak's Birdwatcher
                  > > > V07 N18 Pirate Racer
                  > > > V08 N07 CSD Superbrick
                  > > > V08 N07 Midwest Messabout, Otter, Birdwatcher, Micro 1
                  > > > V08 N08 Folding Schooner 9/1/1990
                  > > > V08 N09 CSD Nymph, Martha Jane Launch
                  > > > V08 N14 Martha Jane Photo
                  > > > V09 N16 Alaskan One-man Trawler 1/1/1990 446
                  > > > V09 N17 Boarding Steps 1/15/1990
                  > > > V09 N17 Pirogue Article
                  > > > V09 N18 Camping Trimaran 2/1/1992 554
                  > > > V09 N19 Red Zinger
                  > > > V09 N19 CSD The Step Sharpie
                  > > > V09 N20 16 Ft Motor Canoe
                  > > > V09 N21 Tasmanian Yawl 3/15/1992 447
                  > > > V09 N22 Light Cruiser (concept) 4/1/1992
                  > > > V09 N23 Microtrawler 4/15/1992 584
                  > > > V09 N24 Ship's Boat 5/1/1992
                  > > > V10 N01 OSTAR Racer 5/15/1992
                  > > > V10 N02 Fast Motorsailer 6/1/1992 560
                  > > > V10 N03 Caribbean Liveaboard 6/15/1992 355
                  > > > V10 N04 Glued Clinker Pram 507
                  > > > V10 N05 Speed Launch (Slicer) 7/15/1992 492
                  > > > V10 N06 Trailerable Yawl 8/1/1992 564
                  > > > V10 N07 New Haven Sharpie Concept 8/15/1992
                  > > > V10 N08 Missing
                  > > > V10 N09 Montgomery-Bolger Connection
                  > > > V10 N09 Hawkeye
                  > > > V10 N10 Canoe Yawl Concept
                  > > > V10 N11 Weekend Schooner
                  > > > V10 N12 Micro 'Emerald' Cover Photo
                  > > > V10 N12 Racing Powerboat
                  > > > V10 N13 Common Sense Skiff
                  > > > V10 N14 Cruising Catamaran Concept
                  > > > V10 N15 Small Commercial Fishing Boat
                  > > > V10 N16 Bahama Dingy... Yacht Version
                  > > > V10 N17 Tarantula
                  > > > V10 N18 Auray Fisherman's Punt
                  > > > V10 N19 Fast Sport Fisherman
                  > > > V10 N20 Canoe Yawl Concept Study
                  > > > V10 N21 Spur ...a Utility Rowboat
                  > > > V10 N22 Queequeg
                  > > > V10 N23 Power Catamaran
                  > > > V10 N24 Superbrick
                  > > > V11 N01 International 14 Rig Conversion 5/15/1993
                  > > > V11 N01 Yamato Fishing Launch 5/15/1993
                  > > > V11 N02 Commuter
                  > > > V11 N03 A Trailer Motorsailor
                  > > > V11 N04 Advanced Sharpie 29
                  > > > V11 N05 Spartina
                  > > > V11 N06 Concept For A Steel Excursion Boat
                  > > > V11 N07 Aluminum Trailer Cruiser
                  > > > V11 N08 Long Micro
                  > > > V11 N09 Dick Welch's Microtrawler
                  > > > V11 N09 Keel Sailing Dingy
                  > > > V11 N10 21' Canoe Yawl
                  > > > V11 N10 Long Micro Build
                  > > > V11 N11 Aluminum Diesel Launch
                  > > > V11 N12 Flat Iron Skiff
                  > > > V11 N14 20' Hard Bottom Inflatable
                  > > > V11 N14 Jinni Build
                  > > > V11 N15 Compact Charter Schooner
                  > > > V11 N16
                  > > > V11 N17
                  > > > V11 N18
                  > > > V11 N19
                  > > > V11 N20
                  > > > V11 N21
                  > > > V11 N22
                  > > > V11 N23 Fie Fia
                  > > > V11 N23 Common Sense Skiff Build
                  > > > V11 N24 Schooner Rigged Stonehorse
                  > > > V12 N01 Eight-oared Cutter 5/15/1994
                  > > > V12 N02 Fast Beach Landing Passenger Cargo Boat
                  > > > V12 N03 Keel Canoe Yawl Boat
                  > > > V12 N04 Chebacco 25
                  > > > V12 N05 Cruising Catboat
                  > > > V12 N06 15ft Work Skiff
                  > > > V12 N07 Cabin Hawkeye
                  > > > V12 N08 Plank Pipante
                  > > > V12 N09 Fast Cruising Schooner
                  > > > V12 N10 Plywood Catboat
                  > > > V12 N11 Sharpie
                  > > > V12 N11 A Stretch Super Bee Build
                  > > > V12 N12 Aluminum Lugger
                  > > > V12 N13 Yacht Tender
                  > > > V12 N14 Diesel Launch
                  > > > V12 N15 Light Schooner On Cover
                  > > > V12 N15 Garvey Daysailer
                  > > > V12 N15 AS-39 Ocean Going Winnebago
                  > > > V12 N16 Bilge Keel Yawl
                  > > > V12 N17 Outboard Runabout
                  > > > V12 N18 Auxillary Lugger
                  > > > V12 N19 Outboard Utility
                  > > > V12 N20 Arava
                  > > > V12 N20 BWAOM Book Review
                  > > > V12 N21 Power Catamaran
                  > > > V12 N22 Garvey Outboard Utility
                  > > > V12 N23 Bonefish Concept
                  > > > V12 N24 Class IV Ostar Racer
                  > > > V13 N01 Keel Daysailer 5/15/1995
                  > > > V13 N02 Gulf Of Mexico Cruiser Concept
                  > > > V13 N03 Lake Launch
                  > > > V13 N04 Daysailer Weekender Concept
                  > > > V13 N05 Keel Catboat Cat Yawl Concept
                  > > > V13 N06 Trailing Cruiser Cat Yawl
                  > > > V13 N07 Prefabricated River Cruiser
                  > > > V13 N08 Commercial Gill Net Fishing Boat
                  > > > V13 N09 Camp Cruiser Concept
                  > > > V13 N10 Rowing-outboard Yawlboat
                  > > > V13 N11 Ostar Concept
                  > > > V13 N12 Cruising Lugger Concept
                  > > > V13 N13 Rough Water Outboard Runabout
                  > > > V13 N14 Light Peapod
                  > > > V13 N15 Party Fishing Boat
                  > > > V13 N16 Shoal Draft Towboat Concept
                  > > > V13 N17 Training Dingy Concept 'Titmouse'
                  > > > V13 N18 Simplified Offshore Sloop
                  > > > V13 N19 Utility Nesting Skiff Concept
                  > > > V13 N19 Common Sense Skiff
                  > > > V13 N20 Pinky Schooner
                  > > > V13 N21 Houseboat Concept
                  > > > V13 N22 Hardbottom Inflatable Dingy
                  > > > V13 N22 Pirate Racers On Cover
                  > > > V13 N23 Swinging Ballast Concept
                  > > > V13 N24 Shoal Keel Daysailer Concept
                  > > > V14 N01 3-meter Tri 5/15/1996
                  > > > V14 N02 Lake Launch
                  > > > V14 N03 Sharpie Catamaran Concept
                  > > > V14 N04 Light Power Cruiser Concept
                  > > > V14 N05 Leeboard Yawl Concept
                  > > > V14 N06 Outboard Utility
                  > > > V14 N07 Champlain
                  > > > V14 N08 Retriever
                  > > > V14 N08 Microtrawler Project
                  > > > V14 N09 Watervan
                  > > > V14 N10 Inlet Runner Concept
                  > > > V14 N11 Production Power Cruiser 207
                  > > > V14 N12 Homebuilt Yawl
                  > > > V14 N13 A Small Yacht
                  > > > V14 N14 Lily
                  > > > V14 N15 Rig 33 Gaff Cutter With Boomless Mainsail Rig33
                  > > > V14 N16 Skillygalee
                  > > > V14 N17 Rig 14 Gaff Rig13
                  > > > V14 N18 Camper 640
                  > > > V14 N19 Rig 84 Bald Headed Gaff Rig Rig84
                  > > > V14 N20 William D Jochems
                  > > > V14 N21 Early Electric Launches
                  > > > V14 N22 Lily
                  > > > V14 N23 On Rowing
                  > > > V14 N24 Amherst Galley
                  > > > V15 N01 Rig 17, Balanced Lug 5/15/1997 Rig17
                  > > > V15 N02 Pirogue 16
                  > > > V15 N03 Rig 40 - Jibheaded With Sprit Booms Rig40
                  > > > V15 N04 Chebacco 20 Brad Story's Article
                  > > > V15 N05 Rig 18 Chinese Lug Rig18
                  > > > V15 N06 Chinese Gaff Rig
                  > > > V15 N07 Hassler
                  > > > V15 N08 Rig 30 Gaff With Boomless Jib Rig30
                  > > > V15 N09 Seabird 86
                  > > > V15 N10 Diamond
                  > > > V15 N10 Griffiths Hatch
                  > > > V15 N11 Rig 13 Gunter Rig13
                  > > > V15 N12 Hassler Windows
                  > > > V15 N13 Front Rowing Article
                  > > > V15 N13 Balanced Lug Cat Schooner
                  > > > V15 N14 St. Valery 12/1/1997 625
                  > > > V15 N16 The Cruising Chebacco 1/1/1998
                  > > > V15 N16 Advanced Sharpie 29 1/1/1998
                  > > > V15 N17 Junebug
                  > > > V15 N18 Donovan's Tender 647
                  > > > V15 N19 Jinni
                  > > > V15 N20 Baltic Sea Cruiser Racer
                  > > > V15 N21 Orquidiea
                  > > > V15 N22 Low Powered Outboard Cruiser
                  > > > V15 N23 Hermes
                  > > > V15 N24 Cruising Cutter Concept
                  > > > V16 N01 Beach Cruiser Concept 5/15/1998
                  > > > V16 N02 Variation On A Folkboat Theme
                  > > > V16 N03 One Man Liveaboard Concept
                  > > > V16 N04 Moderate Speed Power Cruiser
                  > > > V16 N05 Topaz Pg 2
                  > > > V16 N05 Topaz Pg 1
                  > > > V16 N06 Keel Sharpie Family Live-on-board Concept
                  > > > V16 N07 Retriever
                  > > > V16 N08 Ted Warren Strip Planks
                  > > > V16 N08 Double Eagle Yawlboat
                  > > > V16 N09 Double Eagle Pt 1
                  > > > V16 N11 Champlain
                  > > > V16 N12 Abbondanza
                  > > > V16 N13 Romp
                  > > > V16 N14 Two Self Propelled Houseboats Pt 1 Illinois
                  > > > V16 N15 Two Self Propelled Houseboats Pt 2 Puffer
                  > > > V16 N16 Micro Navigator
                  > > > V16 N17 Update On Bolger's Chinese Gaff
                  > > > V16 N18 Reviewing 1998 Columns
                  > > > V16 N19 B-31 Schorpion Trimaran
                  > > > V16 N20 Schorpioen Pt 1
                  > > > V16 N21 Update On Workskiff
                  > > > V16 N22 Summer Ease
                  > > > V16 N23 Prince William Sound Yawl
                  > > > V16 N24 Plywood Utility Outboard
                  > > > V17 N01 Two 16ft Trailer Length Outboards 5/15/1999
                  > > > V17 N02 Cover Fast Motorsailer
                  > > > V17 N02 Bantam
                  > > > V17 N03 Bringing Blacksnake Home
                  > > > V17 N04 Missing
                  > > > V17 N05 Marina Cruiser Pt 1
                  > > > V17 N06 Marina Cruiser Pt 2
                  > > > V17 N07 Folding Schooner Dwg
                  > > > V17 N07 Boat Talk Follow-up
                  > > > V17 N08 Minnesota
                  > > > V17 N09 Pushmepullyou
                  > > > V17 N10 A Less Well Developed Idea About Boat Electricity
                  > > > V17 N11 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 1
                  > > > V17 N12 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 2
                  > > > V17 N13 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 3
                  > > > V17 N14 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 4
                  > > > V17 N15 As19 Leeboard Daysailer Yawl Pt 1
                  > > > V17 N16 As-19 Advanced Sharpie 19
                  > > > V17 N17 An Inboard Diesel Sport Fishing Boat
                  > > > V17 N18 Update On Lily
                  > > > V17 N19 Pointy Skiff
                  > > > V17 N20 A Rational Approach To Handing Trailers At Boat Ra
                  > > > V17 N21 Non Boating Uses For That Nice Boat Trailer
                  > > > V17 N22 Cabin Clam Skiff
                  > > > V17 N23 Hermes
                  > > > V17 N24 Small Auxilary Cruising Boat
                  > > > V18 N01 Three Man Dory 5/15/2000
                  > > > V18 N02 Martha Jane Revised
                  > > > V18 N03 Nymph Cubed
                  > > > V18 N04 Day Cabin Utility Launch
                  > > > V18 N05 Plywood Catboat (optional Revision)
                  > > > V18 N06 Wyoming Enlarged Cabin Mod
                  > > > V18 N07 Steel Narrowboat Weston Martyr
                  > > > V18 N08 Auray Punt Update
                  > > > V18 N09 Auxillary Ketch 'Jack Hannah'
                  > > > V18 N10 Albert Strange, Canoe Yawl Wenda
                  > > > V18 N11 Double Eagle Pt 1
                  > > > V18 N12 Double Eagle Pt 2
                  > > > V18 N13 Scots Cutter 'Beroe Of Glasgow'
                  > > > V18 N14 Salvage
                  > > > V18 N15 Singapore Cutter Update
                  > > > V18 N16 Ren Tolman's Letter Re Double Eagle
                  > > > V18 N16 Row Sail Tender 1/1/2001
                  > > > V18 N17 Open Water Utility
                  > > > V18 N18 Wisp A Beach Cruiser
                  > > > V18 N19 Electric Spartina
                  > > > V18 N20 Merlin Further Trials
                  > > > V18 N21 Light Dory Type V
                  > > > V18 N21 Double Eagle Commentary
                  > > > V18 N22 Design 300 Recreational Rowboat
                  > > > V18 N23 Double Eagle - Mr. Tolman's One Two Punch
                  > > > V18 N24 Concept Study For Shoal Water Day Sailer
                  > > > V19 N01 Live-on-board Scow Schooner 5/15/2001
                  > > > V19 N02 Concept For Boatyard Workboat
                  > > > V19 N03 Topaz
                  > > > V19 N04 Topaz Spyder
                  > > > V19 N05 Robb White On Fiberglassing
                  > > > V19 N05 Crystal
                  > > > V19 N06 Fast Power Cruiser
                  > > > V19 N07 Fiberglass Workboat
                  > > > V19 N08 Small Racing Schooner Concept
                  > > > V19 N09 Racing Schooner Dwg
                  > > > V19 N10 606a Cabin Clam Skiff
                  > > > V19 N11 Racing Clipper Dory
                  > > > V19 N12 Bowrider Power Cruiser
                  > > > V19 N13 Mountain Boat Wolfpack 24
                  > > > V19 N14 Insolent 60
                  > > > V19 N15 External Steel Ballast
                  > > > V19 N16 Windermere
                  > > > V19 N17 A Handy Anchor Davit Solution
                  > > > V19 N18 Upgrades For AS-29
                  > > > V19 N19 Marlin - A Lighter Sportfisherman
                  > > > V19 N20 Queen Mab Cover
                  > > > V19 N21 John Bartletts Bantam Build
                  > > > V19 N21 Magic Sportfishing Boat Dwg
                  > > > V19 N22 Tahiti
                  > > > V19 N23 Naval Jelly Instant Galley
                  > > > V19 N24 Fast Motor Sailer Dwg
                  > > > V20 N01 Pointer 5/15/2002
                  > > > V20 N02 Catboat Ruminations
                  > > > V20 N03 Michalak Caprice
                  > > > V20 N03 Cuban Sport Fisherman
                  > > > V20 N04 Viking Longboat
                  > > > V20 N05 Update On Shivaree 18
                  > > > V20 N06 Sitka Explorer
                  > > > V20 N07 Bantam 16-20
                  > > > V20 N08 Shivaree 21
                  > > > V20 N09 Upgraded Marth Jane
                  > > > V20 N10 Fiji Pt 1
                  > > > V20 N11 Fiji Pt 2
                  > > > V20 N12 Fiji Pt 3
                  > > > V20 N13 Red Zinger
                  > > > V20 N13 Tom Judd's Lily Build
                  > > > V20 N14 Loose Moose II - Le Cabotin Upgrade Pt 1
                  > > > V20 N15 Loose Moose II - Le Cabotin Upgrade Pt 2
                  > > > V20 N16 Update On Sybil's Yawl
                  > > > V20 N17 Supplement To Discussion On Fiji's Do-ability
                  > > > V20 N18 Wish II - Sharpie Cat Yawl
                  > > > V20 N19 A Tale Of A Bolger Schooner Heavy Weather
                  > > > V20 N19 Birdwatcher Cut Down Photo
                  > > > V20 N19 Jillian
                  > > > V20 N20 Fantail Launch
                  > > > V20 N21 Black Skimmer Chartering
                  > > > V20 N21 Paddling Skiff
                  > > > V20 N22 Moby - Gill Net Fishing Boat
                  > > > V20 N23 Bantam 20 16 Update Upgrade
                  > > > V20 N24 Yonder Pt 1
                  > > > V21 N01 Yonder Pt 2 5/15/2003
                  > > > V21 N02 Yonder Pt 3
                  > > > V21 N03 Polynesia Trimarran
                  > > > V21 N04 Steel Sport Fisherman Dwg
                  > > > V21 N05 Proa Background Pg 1
                  > > > V21 N06 Bolger Proa 20 Pg 1
                  > > > V21 N07 Missing
                  > > > V21 N08 Tender Lifeboat Fastbrick
                  > > > V21 N09 Reubens Nymph
                  > > > V21 N09 Martha Jane Ad - No Bolger Article
                  > > > V21 N11 Volunteer Upgrade Dwg
                  > > > V21 N12 Reiver II
                  > > > V21 N12 Bolger In 1966 Rowing
                  > > > V21 N13 Nina Sailing Sportfisherman
                  > > > V21 N13 Bantam Cover
                  > > > V21 N14 Keel Catboat Lynx
                  > > > V21 N15 First Annual Kingston Messabout
                  > > > V21 N15 Fast Light Cruiser
                  > > > V21 N16 Rescue 27 IO Drive Inlet Runner
                  > > > V21 N17 Egg Harbor 33
                  > > > V21 N18 Light Cat Schooner
                  > > > V21 N19 Whitehall Type Pulling Boat (Victoria)
                  > > > V21 N20 Dido Article
                  > > > V21 N21 Ultra Light Rowing Boat
                  > > > V21 N22 Whaler Sloop
                  > > > V21 N23 Victoria Recreational Rowboat
                  > > > V21 N24 Missing
                  > > > V22 N01 Sea Sled Concept 5/15/2004
                  > > > V22 N02 Fin Keel Sharpie Schooner 165 165
                  > > > V22 N03 Family Power Cruiser Concept Article
                  > > > V22 N04 Shivaree 18 Cabin Dwg
                  > > > V22 N05 Paddling Pirogue
                  > > > V22 N06 Birdwatcher II
                  > > > V22 N07 Becky Thatcher
                  > > > V22 N08 Production Yacht Tender
                  > > > V22 N09 Birdwatcher II Pt 2
                  > > > V22 N09 Birdwatcher Cover
                  > > > V22 N10 A Folding Schooner In The Australian Outback
                  > > > V22 N11 William D Johchems
                  > > > V22 N12 1966 PCB Rowing Article
                  > > > V22 N12 Shoal Long Keel Schooner Shearwater
                  > > > V22 N12 Slicer Utility Launch
                  > > > V22 N12 Reiver II
                  > > > V22 N13 Missing
                  > > > V22 N14 Missing
                  > > > V22 N15 Le Cabotin Update
                  > > > V22 N16 Missing
                  > > > V22 N17 Raised Deck Chebacco
                  > > > V22 N18 Diamond Dwg
                  > > > V22 N19 Photo Of Bolger On Cover
                  > > > V22 N19 Cruising Long Ago With Deep Draft And No Engine
                  > > > V22 N20 Ideas On Megayachts
                  > > > V22 N21 Update On Queen Mab
                  > > > V22 N22 Update On Alaska Cargo Boat
                  > > > V22 N23 Missing
                  > > > V22 N24 Missing
                  > > > V23 N01 Missing 5/15/2007
                  > > > V23 N02 Blankenship Lugger Update
                  > > > V23 N03 Missing
                  > > > V23 N04 Missing
                  > > > V23 N05 Snapshot On Folding Schooner
                  > > > V23 N05 Le Dulci Mer Letter
                  > > > V23 N05 Folding Schooner
                  > > > V23 N06 Lady Slipper Class Dingy
                  > > > V23 N07 Solent Lug Rig
                  > > > V23 N08 Production Yacht Tender
                  > > > V23 N09 Puffin
                  > > > V23 N10 Birdwatcher With Solent Lug Rig
                  > > > V23 N11 Old Shoe
                  > > > V23 N12 Update On Camper 640
                  > > > V23 N13 Queen Mab Launching
                  > > > V23 N13 Hope Outboard Utility
                  > > > V23 N14 Mikkam Plank-on-frame Dayboat
                  > > > V23 N15 Trash Cat
                  > > > V23 N16 Dovekie Retrospect
                  > > > V23 N17 Hermes
                  > > > V23 N17 Scow Houseboat
                  > > > V23 N18 Becky Thatcher
                  > > > V23 N19 Becky Thatcher's Flipping Sternwheel
                  > > > V23 N20 Arm-powered Sidewheeler
                  > > > V23 N21 Missing
                  > > > V23 N22 Captain Rebecca Thatcher
                  > > > V23 N22 Inboard Dayboat
                  > > > V23 N23 Chicago Cobble
                  > > > V23 N24 Missing
                  > > > V24 N01 Bolger Proa 60 Pt 1 5/15/2005
                  > > > V24 N02 Bolger Proa 60 Pt 2
                  > > > V24 N03 Otter II Pt 1
                  > > > V24 N04 Otter II Pt 2
                  > > > V24 N05 Tennessee
                  > > > V24 N06 Proa 60 Pt 3
                  > > > V24 N07 Pumpkin Boat 'Pegasus'
                  > > > V24 N08 Carrier Vessel Personal Concept
                  > > > V24 N09 Test Article For A Sailing Merchant Ship
                  > > > V24 N10 Otter II
                  > > > V24 N10 Auray Punt Build
                  > > > V24 N10 Albert Strange Canoe Yawl Wenda
                  > > > V24 N11 Cynthia J Dwgs
                  > > > V24 N12 Amherst Galley Update
                  > > > V24 N13 Fan Tail Launch Dwg
                  > > > V24 N14 Fast Steam Launch Dwg
                  > > > V24 N15 Fast Brick
                  > > > V24 N16 Missing
                  > > > V24 N17 Missing
                  > > > V24 N18 Missing
                  > > > V24 N19 Nimbus
                  > > > V24 N20 Long Light Dory
                  > > > V24 N21 Spartina Update
                  > > > V24 N22 Camper
                  > > > V24 N23 Update On Windermere
                  > > > V24 N24 Missing
                  > > > V25 N01 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 2 5/15/2006
                  > > > V25 N02 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 3
                  > > > V25 N03 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 4
                  > > > V25 N03 Wooden Boat Show Ad, PCB Tribute
                  > > > V25 N04 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch1
                  > > > V25 N05 Missing
                  > > > V25 N06 Bobcat Build
                  > > > V25 N06 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch 3
                  > > > V25 N07 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch 4
                  > > > V25 N08 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch5
                  > > > V25 N08 Advanced Fisherman 70 9/1/2007
                  > > > V25 N09 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch6 Pt1
                  > > > V25 N10 Messing About In Fishing Boats, Ch 6 Pt2
                  > > > V25 N11 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch6 Pt1
                  > > > V25 N12 Plywood 12.5
                  > > > V25 N13 Messing About In Fishing Boats, Ch 7
                  > > > V25 N14 Bolger On Bolger's 80th Birthday
                  > > > V25 N15 Missing
                  > > > V25 N16-17 Shivaree24
                  > > > V26 N01 Perfect Skiff '08 5/15/2008
                  > > > V26 N01 Fastbrick
                  > > > V26 N02 MAIB Fishing Boats Ch 9
                  > > > V26 N03 MAIB Fishing Boats Ch 10
                  > > > V26 N04 Rose
                  > > > V26 N05 Cove Dweller Dwg
                  > > > V26 N05 Mouser
                  > > > V26 N06 Update On Double Eagle Deck
                  > > > V26 N07 Black Gauntlet Cover
                  > > > V26 N07 Peter Duff Bio
                  > > > V26 N07 Life Of Maggie And Peter Duff
                  > > > V26 N07 Lady Slipper
                  > > > V26 N07 Canard - Bow Steering
                  > > > V26 N07 Dovekie Shearwater Nov15 1987 Reprint
                  > > > V26 N08 Building Sneakeasy
                  > > > V26 N08 Update On The Plywood 12 Design
                  > >
                  > > On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 11:38 AM, Susanne@ <
                  > > philbolger@ wrote:
                  > >
                  > > >
                  > > >
                  > > > I could use your help on this. Can't find our copy. Susanne
                  > > >
                  > > >
                  > > >
                  > > >
                  > > >
                  > >
                  > >
                  > >
                  > > --
                  > > Mike
                  > >
                  > > http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm
                  > >
                  >
                • gregory_west2001
                  Another way to promote the building of Bolger s boats would be to have some of them available as pre-cut kits, with kit providers (or CNC cutting services)
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                    Another way to promote the building of Bolger's boats would be to have some of them available as pre-cut kits, with kit providers (or CNC cutting services) like Jordon Boats http://jordanboats.co.uk/JB/ Jordan Boats is now cutting in Maine and offer both stitch-and-glue and lapstrake ply kits.

                    I have not done any business with Jordan Boats, other than to talk to them about the availability of a particular boat in Maine, but they seemed on the phone most helpful. I haven't ordered a kit yet, so I can't comment on the quaility of their kits. I also don't have any idea what terms they offer designers for the right to cut a boat.

                    It is a mystery to me why more designers don't use kit builders as a marketing source. There must also be other independent kit providers like Jordan Boats that would make the plans and kits available.

                    --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, "prairiedog2332" <arvent@...> wrote:
                    >
                    > I would also like to add my support for having some Bolger plans made
                    > available through Duckworks and cannot say enough good things about
                    > Chuck and Sandra.
                    >
                    > http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/
                    >
                    > http://www.duckworksbbs.com/plans.htm
                    >
                    > They organize and regularly attend messabouts and raids, have built some
                    > Bolger designs and have commissioned at least one from Jim Michalak and
                    > built the prototype for several others. They take very little profit
                    > from selling plans and I suspect make most of their living selling a
                    > great line of supplies and hardware to build them.
                    >
                    > They also have a close working relationship with Garth Battista, who is
                    > a book publisher at Breakaway Books <http://www.breakawaybooks.com/> ,
                    > a small boat nut of the highest order and who deserves our support as
                    > well.
                    >
                    > Chuck moderates a great discussion group and offers a lot of good advice
                    > when it comes to building small plywood boats. In fact I find it hard to
                    > understand where they get the time to do everything they do, including a
                    > recent trip to New Zealand to visit with John Welsford. Yet to my
                    > knowledge, no query - no matter how small or mundane - goes unanswered,
                    >
                    > Even if the designs that being sold illegally, where offered through DW
                    > it would be a win/win situation for everyone in my view, and freeze out
                    > the rogue seller. Those being Old Shoe, Micro, Long Micro, Micro
                    > Trawler, Tennessee, Pirogue and Martha Jane - plans that are not offered
                    > through Dynamite Payson and of which Chuck is very familiar with. This
                    > would offer the opportunity to test the waters so to speak with really
                    > no risk.
                    >
                    > I belong to several small boat groups and most members frequent
                    > Duckworks, and many are asking over and over again - "Where can I get
                    > Bolger Plans?" Many have written articles about their builds and sadly
                    > some are ordering plans from CS, then posting about how awful they are.
                    >
                    > Nels
                    >
                    >
                    >
                    >
                    > --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, "BrianA" <bawrytr@> wrote:
                    > >
                    > > Hi Susanne
                    > >
                    > > I have also worked with Chuck and Sandy Leinweber on occasion and
                    > bought stuff from them and they are indeed a very classy act.
                    > >
                    > > They really have become the go-to site for a lot of the kind of folks
                    > who might build from PB+F plans.
                    > >
                    > > The other big thing is that at least with Jim Michalak, I can say that
                    > they take the order and the payment, and then notify JM, and he puts the
                    > plans in the mail and I would guess they settle up monthly or whatever.
                    > So in contrast with some companies PB+F have worked with over the years
                    > as I have heard, there can be no question (not that I could imagine
                    > there could be with the Leinwebers) about how many plans or which plans
                    > have been sold.
                    > >
                    > > Cheers and best wishes
                    > >
                    > > Brian
                    > >
                    > > --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, Mike John mikeduckboatman@ wrote:
                    > > >
                    > > > Susanne,
                    > > > http://www.messingaboutinboats.com/archive.html
                    > > >
                    > > > I highly recommend Chuck from Duckworks to list your plans on the
                    > web for
                    > > > you. You control them and post them. He just lists them, accepts the
                    > money
                    > > > and takes his fee. I have work for Chuck for a little while now and
                    > he is a
                    > > > nice bloke (aussie for man).
                    > > >
                    > > > This is Bruce Hallman's MAIB list. I'm sure he wont mind me
                    > reposting it for
                    > > > him in order to help you.
                    > > >
                    > > > Mike John
                    > > >
                    > > > ==============MAIB Index of Bolger articles below=======
                    > > > >
                    > > > > Vol No Title Date Opus
                    > > > > V06 N11 Anhinga
                    > > > > V06 N16 A Bolger Rendezvous 1/1/1989
                    > > > > V06 N17 Jinni
                    > > > > V06 N22 Monster Micro, AS-29
                    > > > > V06 N24 Ron Muller's Birdwatcher
                    > > > > V07 N02 Shoebox Punt
                    > > > > V07 N06 Michalak Birdwatcher Launching
                    > > > > V07 N09 Tortoise Photo
                    > > > > V07 N09 Stretched Light Dory
                    > > > > V07 N09 Birdwatcher Cult
                    > > > > V07 N15 Corsair 24
                    > > > > V07 N18 Jim Michalak's Birdwatcher
                    > > > > V07 N18 Pirate Racer
                    > > > > V08 N07 CSD Superbrick
                    > > > > V08 N07 Midwest Messabout, Otter, Birdwatcher, Micro 1
                    > > > > V08 N08 Folding Schooner 9/1/1990
                    > > > > V08 N09 CSD Nymph, Martha Jane Launch
                    > > > > V08 N14 Martha Jane Photo
                    > > > > V09 N16 Alaskan One-man Trawler 1/1/1990 446
                    > > > > V09 N17 Boarding Steps 1/15/1990
                    > > > > V09 N17 Pirogue Article
                    > > > > V09 N18 Camping Trimaran 2/1/1992 554
                    > > > > V09 N19 Red Zinger
                    > > > > V09 N19 CSD The Step Sharpie
                    > > > > V09 N20 16 Ft Motor Canoe
                    > > > > V09 N21 Tasmanian Yawl 3/15/1992 447
                    > > > > V09 N22 Light Cruiser (concept) 4/1/1992
                    > > > > V09 N23 Microtrawler 4/15/1992 584
                    > > > > V09 N24 Ship's Boat 5/1/1992
                    > > > > V10 N01 OSTAR Racer 5/15/1992
                    > > > > V10 N02 Fast Motorsailer 6/1/1992 560
                    > > > > V10 N03 Caribbean Liveaboard 6/15/1992 355
                    > > > > V10 N04 Glued Clinker Pram 507
                    > > > > V10 N05 Speed Launch (Slicer) 7/15/1992 492
                    > > > > V10 N06 Trailerable Yawl 8/1/1992 564
                    > > > > V10 N07 New Haven Sharpie Concept 8/15/1992
                    > > > > V10 N08 Missing
                    > > > > V10 N09 Montgomery-Bolger Connection
                    > > > > V10 N09 Hawkeye
                    > > > > V10 N10 Canoe Yawl Concept
                    > > > > V10 N11 Weekend Schooner
                    > > > > V10 N12 Micro 'Emerald' Cover Photo
                    > > > > V10 N12 Racing Powerboat
                    > > > > V10 N13 Common Sense Skiff
                    > > > > V10 N14 Cruising Catamaran Concept
                    > > > > V10 N15 Small Commercial Fishing Boat
                    > > > > V10 N16 Bahama Dingy... Yacht Version
                    > > > > V10 N17 Tarantula
                    > > > > V10 N18 Auray Fisherman's Punt
                    > > > > V10 N19 Fast Sport Fisherman
                    > > > > V10 N20 Canoe Yawl Concept Study
                    > > > > V10 N21 Spur ...a Utility Rowboat
                    > > > > V10 N22 Queequeg
                    > > > > V10 N23 Power Catamaran
                    > > > > V10 N24 Superbrick
                    > > > > V11 N01 International 14 Rig Conversion 5/15/1993
                    > > > > V11 N01 Yamato Fishing Launch 5/15/1993
                    > > > > V11 N02 Commuter
                    > > > > V11 N03 A Trailer Motorsailor
                    > > > > V11 N04 Advanced Sharpie 29
                    > > > > V11 N05 Spartina
                    > > > > V11 N06 Concept For A Steel Excursion Boat
                    > > > > V11 N07 Aluminum Trailer Cruiser
                    > > > > V11 N08 Long Micro
                    > > > > V11 N09 Dick Welch's Microtrawler
                    > > > > V11 N09 Keel Sailing Dingy
                    > > > > V11 N10 21' Canoe Yawl
                    > > > > V11 N10 Long Micro Build
                    > > > > V11 N11 Aluminum Diesel Launch
                    > > > > V11 N12 Flat Iron Skiff
                    > > > > V11 N14 20' Hard Bottom Inflatable
                    > > > > V11 N14 Jinni Build
                    > > > > V11 N15 Compact Charter Schooner
                    > > > > V11 N16
                    > > > > V11 N17
                    > > > > V11 N18
                    > > > > V11 N19
                    > > > > V11 N20
                    > > > > V11 N21
                    > > > > V11 N22
                    > > > > V11 N23 Fie Fia
                    > > > > V11 N23 Common Sense Skiff Build
                    > > > > V11 N24 Schooner Rigged Stonehorse
                    > > > > V12 N01 Eight-oared Cutter 5/15/1994
                    > > > > V12 N02 Fast Beach Landing Passenger Cargo Boat
                    > > > > V12 N03 Keel Canoe Yawl Boat
                    > > > > V12 N04 Chebacco 25
                    > > > > V12 N05 Cruising Catboat
                    > > > > V12 N06 15ft Work Skiff
                    > > > > V12 N07 Cabin Hawkeye
                    > > > > V12 N08 Plank Pipante
                    > > > > V12 N09 Fast Cruising Schooner
                    > > > > V12 N10 Plywood Catboat
                    > > > > V12 N11 Sharpie
                    > > > > V12 N11 A Stretch Super Bee Build
                    > > > > V12 N12 Aluminum Lugger
                    > > > > V12 N13 Yacht Tender
                    > > > > V12 N14 Diesel Launch
                    > > > > V12 N15 Light Schooner On Cover
                    > > > > V12 N15 Garvey Daysailer
                    > > > > V12 N15 AS-39 Ocean Going Winnebago
                    > > > > V12 N16 Bilge Keel Yawl
                    > > > > V12 N17 Outboard Runabout
                    > > > > V12 N18 Auxillary Lugger
                    > > > > V12 N19 Outboard Utility
                    > > > > V12 N20 Arava
                    > > > > V12 N20 BWAOM Book Review
                    > > > > V12 N21 Power Catamaran
                    > > > > V12 N22 Garvey Outboard Utility
                    > > > > V12 N23 Bonefish Concept
                    > > > > V12 N24 Class IV Ostar Racer
                    > > > > V13 N01 Keel Daysailer 5/15/1995
                    > > > > V13 N02 Gulf Of Mexico Cruiser Concept
                    > > > > V13 N03 Lake Launch
                    > > > > V13 N04 Daysailer Weekender Concept
                    > > > > V13 N05 Keel Catboat Cat Yawl Concept
                    > > > > V13 N06 Trailing Cruiser Cat Yawl
                    > > > > V13 N07 Prefabricated River Cruiser
                    > > > > V13 N08 Commercial Gill Net Fishing Boat
                    > > > > V13 N09 Camp Cruiser Concept
                    > > > > V13 N10 Rowing-outboard Yawlboat
                    > > > > V13 N11 Ostar Concept
                    > > > > V13 N12 Cruising Lugger Concept
                    > > > > V13 N13 Rough Water Outboard Runabout
                    > > > > V13 N14 Light Peapod
                    > > > > V13 N15 Party Fishing Boat
                    > > > > V13 N16 Shoal Draft Towboat Concept
                    > > > > V13 N17 Training Dingy Concept 'Titmouse'
                    > > > > V13 N18 Simplified Offshore Sloop
                    > > > > V13 N19 Utility Nesting Skiff Concept
                    > > > > V13 N19 Common Sense Skiff
                    > > > > V13 N20 Pinky Schooner
                    > > > > V13 N21 Houseboat Concept
                    > > > > V13 N22 Hardbottom Inflatable Dingy
                    > > > > V13 N22 Pirate Racers On Cover
                    > > > > V13 N23 Swinging Ballast Concept
                    > > > > V13 N24 Shoal Keel Daysailer Concept
                    > > > > V14 N01 3-meter Tri 5/15/1996
                    > > > > V14 N02 Lake Launch
                    > > > > V14 N03 Sharpie Catamaran Concept
                    > > > > V14 N04 Light Power Cruiser Concept
                    > > > > V14 N05 Leeboard Yawl Concept
                    > > > > V14 N06 Outboard Utility
                    > > > > V14 N07 Champlain
                    > > > > V14 N08 Retriever
                    > > > > V14 N08 Microtrawler Project
                    > > > > V14 N09 Watervan
                    > > > > V14 N10 Inlet Runner Concept
                    > > > > V14 N11 Production Power Cruiser 207
                    > > > > V14 N12 Homebuilt Yawl
                    > > > > V14 N13 A Small Yacht
                    > > > > V14 N14 Lily
                    > > > > V14 N15 Rig 33 Gaff Cutter With Boomless Mainsail Rig33
                    > > > > V14 N16 Skillygalee
                    > > > > V14 N17 Rig 14 Gaff Rig13
                    > > > > V14 N18 Camper 640
                    > > > > V14 N19 Rig 84 Bald Headed Gaff Rig Rig84
                    > > > > V14 N20 William D Jochems
                    > > > > V14 N21 Early Electric Launches
                    > > > > V14 N22 Lily
                    > > > > V14 N23 On Rowing
                    > > > > V14 N24 Amherst Galley
                    > > > > V15 N01 Rig 17, Balanced Lug 5/15/1997 Rig17
                    > > > > V15 N02 Pirogue 16
                    > > > > V15 N03 Rig 40 - Jibheaded With Sprit Booms Rig40
                    > > > > V15 N04 Chebacco 20 Brad Story's Article
                    > > > > V15 N05 Rig 18 Chinese Lug Rig18
                    > > > > V15 N06 Chinese Gaff Rig
                    > > > > V15 N07 Hassler
                    > > > > V15 N08 Rig 30 Gaff With Boomless Jib Rig30
                    > > > > V15 N09 Seabird 86
                    > > > > V15 N10 Diamond
                    > > > > V15 N10 Griffiths Hatch
                    > > > > V15 N11 Rig 13 Gunter Rig13
                    > > > > V15 N12 Hassler Windows
                    > > > > V15 N13 Front Rowing Article
                    > > > > V15 N13 Balanced Lug Cat Schooner
                    > > > > V15 N14 St. Valery 12/1/1997 625
                    > > > > V15 N16 The Cruising Chebacco 1/1/1998
                    > > > > V15 N16 Advanced Sharpie 29 1/1/1998
                    > > > > V15 N17 Junebug
                    > > > > V15 N18 Donovan's Tender 647
                    > > > > V15 N19 Jinni
                    > > > > V15 N20 Baltic Sea Cruiser Racer
                    > > > > V15 N21 Orquidiea
                    > > > > V15 N22 Low Powered Outboard Cruiser
                    > > > > V15 N23 Hermes
                    > > > > V15 N24 Cruising Cutter Concept
                    > > > > V16 N01 Beach Cruiser Concept 5/15/1998
                    > > > > V16 N02 Variation On A Folkboat Theme
                    > > > > V16 N03 One Man Liveaboard Concept
                    > > > > V16 N04 Moderate Speed Power Cruiser
                    > > > > V16 N05 Topaz Pg 2
                    > > > > V16 N05 Topaz Pg 1
                    > > > > V16 N06 Keel Sharpie Family Live-on-board Concept
                    > > > > V16 N07 Retriever
                    > > > > V16 N08 Ted Warren Strip Planks
                    > > > > V16 N08 Double Eagle Yawlboat
                    > > > > V16 N09 Double Eagle Pt 1
                    > > > > V16 N11 Champlain
                    > > > > V16 N12 Abbondanza
                    > > > > V16 N13 Romp
                    > > > > V16 N14 Two Self Propelled Houseboats Pt 1 Illinois
                    > > > > V16 N15 Two Self Propelled Houseboats Pt 2 Puffer
                    > > > > V16 N16 Micro Navigator
                    > > > > V16 N17 Update On Bolger's Chinese Gaff
                    > > > > V16 N18 Reviewing 1998 Columns
                    > > > > V16 N19 B-31 Schorpion Trimaran
                    > > > > V16 N20 Schorpioen Pt 1
                    > > > > V16 N21 Update On Workskiff
                    > > > > V16 N22 Summer Ease
                    > > > > V16 N23 Prince William Sound Yawl
                    > > > > V16 N24 Plywood Utility Outboard
                    > > > > V17 N01 Two 16ft Trailer Length Outboards 5/15/1999
                    > > > > V17 N02 Cover Fast Motorsailer
                    > > > > V17 N02 Bantam
                    > > > > V17 N03 Bringing Blacksnake Home
                    > > > > V17 N04 Missing
                    > > > > V17 N05 Marina Cruiser Pt 1
                    > > > > V17 N06 Marina Cruiser Pt 2
                    > > > > V17 N07 Folding Schooner Dwg
                    > > > > V17 N07 Boat Talk Follow-up
                    > > > > V17 N08 Minnesota
                    > > > > V17 N09 Pushmepullyou
                    > > > > V17 N10 A Less Well Developed Idea About Boat Electricity
                    > > > > V17 N11 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 1
                    > > > > V17 N12 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 2
                    > > > > V17 N13 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 3
                    > > > > V17 N14 Two Ocean Passage Makers Pt 4
                    > > > > V17 N15 As19 Leeboard Daysailer Yawl Pt 1
                    > > > > V17 N16 As-19 Advanced Sharpie 19
                    > > > > V17 N17 An Inboard Diesel Sport Fishing Boat
                    > > > > V17 N18 Update On Lily
                    > > > > V17 N19 Pointy Skiff
                    > > > > V17 N20 A Rational Approach To Handing Trailers At Boat Ra
                    > > > > V17 N21 Non Boating Uses For That Nice Boat Trailer
                    > > > > V17 N22 Cabin Clam Skiff
                    > > > > V17 N23 Hermes
                    > > > > V17 N24 Small Auxilary Cruising Boat
                    > > > > V18 N01 Three Man Dory 5/15/2000
                    > > > > V18 N02 Martha Jane Revised
                    > > > > V18 N03 Nymph Cubed
                    > > > > V18 N04 Day Cabin Utility Launch
                    > > > > V18 N05 Plywood Catboat (optional Revision)
                    > > > > V18 N06 Wyoming Enlarged Cabin Mod
                    > > > > V18 N07 Steel Narrowboat Weston Martyr
                    > > > > V18 N08 Auray Punt Update
                    > > > > V18 N09 Auxillary Ketch 'Jack Hannah'
                    > > > > V18 N10 Albert Strange, Canoe Yawl Wenda
                    > > > > V18 N11 Double Eagle Pt 1
                    > > > > V18 N12 Double Eagle Pt 2
                    > > > > V18 N13 Scots Cutter 'Beroe Of Glasgow'
                    > > > > V18 N14 Salvage
                    > > > > V18 N15 Singapore Cutter Update
                    > > > > V18 N16 Ren Tolman's Letter Re Double Eagle
                    > > > > V18 N16 Row Sail Tender 1/1/2001
                    > > > > V18 N17 Open Water Utility
                    > > > > V18 N18 Wisp A Beach Cruiser
                    > > > > V18 N19 Electric Spartina
                    > > > > V18 N20 Merlin Further Trials
                    > > > > V18 N21 Light Dory Type V
                    > > > > V18 N21 Double Eagle Commentary
                    > > > > V18 N22 Design 300 Recreational Rowboat
                    > > > > V18 N23 Double Eagle - Mr. Tolman's One Two Punch
                    > > > > V18 N24 Concept Study For Shoal Water Day Sailer
                    > > > > V19 N01 Live-on-board Scow Schooner 5/15/2001
                    > > > > V19 N02 Concept For Boatyard Workboat
                    > > > > V19 N03 Topaz
                    > > > > V19 N04 Topaz Spyder
                    > > > > V19 N05 Robb White On Fiberglassing
                    > > > > V19 N05 Crystal
                    > > > > V19 N06 Fast Power Cruiser
                    > > > > V19 N07 Fiberglass Workboat
                    > > > > V19 N08 Small Racing Schooner Concept
                    > > > > V19 N09 Racing Schooner Dwg
                    > > > > V19 N10 606a Cabin Clam Skiff
                    > > > > V19 N11 Racing Clipper Dory
                    > > > > V19 N12 Bowrider Power Cruiser
                    > > > > V19 N13 Mountain Boat Wolfpack 24
                    > > > > V19 N14 Insolent 60
                    > > > > V19 N15 External Steel Ballast
                    > > > > V19 N16 Windermere
                    > > > > V19 N17 A Handy Anchor Davit Solution
                    > > > > V19 N18 Upgrades For AS-29
                    > > > > V19 N19 Marlin - A Lighter Sportfisherman
                    > > > > V19 N20 Queen Mab Cover
                    > > > > V19 N21 John Bartletts Bantam Build
                    > > > > V19 N21 Magic Sportfishing Boat Dwg
                    > > > > V19 N22 Tahiti
                    > > > > V19 N23 Naval Jelly Instant Galley
                    > > > > V19 N24 Fast Motor Sailer Dwg
                    > > > > V20 N01 Pointer 5/15/2002
                    > > > > V20 N02 Catboat Ruminations
                    > > > > V20 N03 Michalak Caprice
                    > > > > V20 N03 Cuban Sport Fisherman
                    > > > > V20 N04 Viking Longboat
                    > > > > V20 N05 Update On Shivaree 18
                    > > > > V20 N06 Sitka Explorer
                    > > > > V20 N07 Bantam 16-20
                    > > > > V20 N08 Shivaree 21
                    > > > > V20 N09 Upgraded Marth Jane
                    > > > > V20 N10 Fiji Pt 1
                    > > > > V20 N11 Fiji Pt 2
                    > > > > V20 N12 Fiji Pt 3
                    > > > > V20 N13 Red Zinger
                    > > > > V20 N13 Tom Judd's Lily Build
                    > > > > V20 N14 Loose Moose II - Le Cabotin Upgrade Pt 1
                    > > > > V20 N15 Loose Moose II - Le Cabotin Upgrade Pt 2
                    > > > > V20 N16 Update On Sybil's Yawl
                    > > > > V20 N17 Supplement To Discussion On Fiji's Do-ability
                    > > > > V20 N18 Wish II - Sharpie Cat Yawl
                    > > > > V20 N19 A Tale Of A Bolger Schooner Heavy Weather
                    > > > > V20 N19 Birdwatcher Cut Down Photo
                    > > > > V20 N19 Jillian
                    > > > > V20 N20 Fantail Launch
                    > > > > V20 N21 Black Skimmer Chartering
                    > > > > V20 N21 Paddling Skiff
                    > > > > V20 N22 Moby - Gill Net Fishing Boat
                    > > > > V20 N23 Bantam 20 16 Update Upgrade
                    > > > > V20 N24 Yonder Pt 1
                    > > > > V21 N01 Yonder Pt 2 5/15/2003
                    > > > > V21 N02 Yonder Pt 3
                    > > > > V21 N03 Polynesia Trimarran
                    > > > > V21 N04 Steel Sport Fisherman Dwg
                    > > > > V21 N05 Proa Background Pg 1
                    > > > > V21 N06 Bolger Proa 20 Pg 1
                    > > > > V21 N07 Missing
                    > > > > V21 N08 Tender Lifeboat Fastbrick
                    > > > > V21 N09 Reubens Nymph
                    > > > > V21 N09 Martha Jane Ad - No Bolger Article
                    > > > > V21 N11 Volunteer Upgrade Dwg
                    > > > > V21 N12 Reiver II
                    > > > > V21 N12 Bolger In 1966 Rowing
                    > > > > V21 N13 Nina Sailing Sportfisherman
                    > > > > V21 N13 Bantam Cover
                    > > > > V21 N14 Keel Catboat Lynx
                    > > > > V21 N15 First Annual Kingston Messabout
                    > > > > V21 N15 Fast Light Cruiser
                    > > > > V21 N16 Rescue 27 IO Drive Inlet Runner
                    > > > > V21 N17 Egg Harbor 33
                    > > > > V21 N18 Light Cat Schooner
                    > > > > V21 N19 Whitehall Type Pulling Boat (Victoria)
                    > > > > V21 N20 Dido Article
                    > > > > V21 N21 Ultra Light Rowing Boat
                    > > > > V21 N22 Whaler Sloop
                    > > > > V21 N23 Victoria Recreational Rowboat
                    > > > > V21 N24 Missing
                    > > > > V22 N01 Sea Sled Concept 5/15/2004
                    > > > > V22 N02 Fin Keel Sharpie Schooner 165 165
                    > > > > V22 N03 Family Power Cruiser Concept Article
                    > > > > V22 N04 Shivaree 18 Cabin Dwg
                    > > > > V22 N05 Paddling Pirogue
                    > > > > V22 N06 Birdwatcher II
                    > > > > V22 N07 Becky Thatcher
                    > > > > V22 N08 Production Yacht Tender
                    > > > > V22 N09 Birdwatcher II Pt 2
                    > > > > V22 N09 Birdwatcher Cover
                    > > > > V22 N10 A Folding Schooner In The Australian Outback
                    > > > > V22 N11 William D Johchems
                    > > > > V22 N12 1966 PCB Rowing Article
                    > > > > V22 N12 Shoal Long Keel Schooner Shearwater
                    > > > > V22 N12 Slicer Utility Launch
                    > > > > V22 N12 Reiver II
                    > > > > V22 N13 Missing
                    > > > > V22 N14 Missing
                    > > > > V22 N15 Le Cabotin Update
                    > > > > V22 N16 Missing
                    > > > > V22 N17 Raised Deck Chebacco
                    > > > > V22 N18 Diamond Dwg
                    > > > > V22 N19 Photo Of Bolger On Cover
                    > > > > V22 N19 Cruising Long Ago With Deep Draft And No Engine
                    > > > > V22 N20 Ideas On Megayachts
                    > > > > V22 N21 Update On Queen Mab
                    > > > > V22 N22 Update On Alaska Cargo Boat
                    > > > > V22 N23 Missing
                    > > > > V22 N24 Missing
                    > > > > V23 N01 Missing 5/15/2007
                    > > > > V23 N02 Blankenship Lugger Update
                    > > > > V23 N03 Missing
                    > > > > V23 N04 Missing
                    > > > > V23 N05 Snapshot On Folding Schooner
                    > > > > V23 N05 Le Dulci Mer Letter
                    > > > > V23 N05 Folding Schooner
                    > > > > V23 N06 Lady Slipper Class Dingy
                    > > > > V23 N07 Solent Lug Rig
                    > > > > V23 N08 Production Yacht Tender
                    > > > > V23 N09 Puffin
                    > > > > V23 N10 Birdwatcher With Solent Lug Rig
                    > > > > V23 N11 Old Shoe
                    > > > > V23 N12 Update On Camper 640
                    > > > > V23 N13 Queen Mab Launching
                    > > > > V23 N13 Hope Outboard Utility
                    > > > > V23 N14 Mikkam Plank-on-frame Dayboat
                    > > > > V23 N15 Trash Cat
                    > > > > V23 N16 Dovekie Retrospect
                    > > > > V23 N17 Hermes
                    > > > > V23 N17 Scow Houseboat
                    > > > > V23 N18 Becky Thatcher
                    > > > > V23 N19 Becky Thatcher's Flipping Sternwheel
                    > > > > V23 N20 Arm-powered Sidewheeler
                    > > > > V23 N21 Missing
                    > > > > V23 N22 Captain Rebecca Thatcher
                    > > > > V23 N22 Inboard Dayboat
                    > > > > V23 N23 Chicago Cobble
                    > > > > V23 N24 Missing
                    > > > > V24 N01 Bolger Proa 60 Pt 1 5/15/2005
                    > > > > V24 N02 Bolger Proa 60 Pt 2
                    > > > > V24 N03 Otter II Pt 1
                    > > > > V24 N04 Otter II Pt 2
                    > > > > V24 N05 Tennessee
                    > > > > V24 N06 Proa 60 Pt 3
                    > > > > V24 N07 Pumpkin Boat 'Pegasus'
                    > > > > V24 N08 Carrier Vessel Personal Concept
                    > > > > V24 N09 Test Article For A Sailing Merchant Ship
                    > > > > V24 N10 Otter II
                    > > > > V24 N10 Auray Punt Build
                    > > > > V24 N10 Albert Strange Canoe Yawl Wenda
                    > > > > V24 N11 Cynthia J Dwgs
                    > > > > V24 N12 Amherst Galley Update
                    > > > > V24 N13 Fan Tail Launch Dwg
                    > > > > V24 N14 Fast Steam Launch Dwg
                    > > > > V24 N15 Fast Brick
                    > > > > V24 N16 Missing
                    > > > > V24 N17 Missing
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                    > > > > V24 N19 Nimbus
                    > > > > V24 N20 Long Light Dory
                    > > > > V24 N21 Spartina Update
                    > > > > V24 N22 Camper
                    > > > > V24 N23 Update On Windermere
                    > > > > V24 N24 Missing
                    > > > > V25 N01 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 2 5/15/2006
                    > > > > V25 N02 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 3
                    > > > > V25 N03 Le Cabotin Anemone Pt 4
                    > > > > V25 N03 Wooden Boat Show Ad, PCB Tribute
                    > > > > V25 N04 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch1
                    > > > > V25 N05 Missing
                    > > > > V25 N06 Bobcat Build
                    > > > > V25 N06 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch 3
                    > > > > V25 N07 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch 4
                    > > > > V25 N08 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch5
                    > > > > V25 N08 Advanced Fisherman 70 9/1/2007
                    > > > > V25 N09 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch6 Pt1
                    > > > > V25 N10 Messing About In Fishing Boats, Ch 6 Pt2
                    > > > > V25 N11 Messing About In Fishing Boats Ch6 Pt1
                    > > > > V25 N12 Plywood 12.5
                    > > > > V25 N13 Messing About In Fishing Boats, Ch 7
                    > > > > V25 N14 Bolger On Bolger's 80th Birthday
                    > > > > V25 N15 Missing
                    > > > > V25 N16-17 Shivaree24
                    > > > > V26 N01 Perfect Skiff '08 5/15/2008
                    > > > > V26 N01 Fastbrick
                    > > > > V26 N02 MAIB Fishing Boats Ch 9
                    > > > > V26 N03 MAIB Fishing Boats Ch 10
                    > > > > V26 N04 Rose
                    > > > > V26 N05 Cove Dweller Dwg
                    > > > > V26 N05 Mouser
                    > > > > V26 N06 Update On Double Eagle Deck
                    > > > > V26 N07 Black Gauntlet Cover
                    > > > > V26 N07 Peter Duff Bio
                    > > > > V26 N07 Life Of Maggie And Peter Duff
                    > > > > V26 N07 Lady Slipper
                    > > > > V26 N07 Canard - Bow Steering
                    > > > > V26 N07 Dovekie Shearwater Nov15 1987 Reprint
                    > > > > V26 N08 Building Sneakeasy
                    > > > > V26 N08 Update On The Plywood 12 Design
                    > > >
                    > > > On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 11:38 AM, Susanne@ <
                    > > > philbolger@ wrote:
                    > > >
                    > > > >
                    > > > >
                    > > > > I could use your help on this. Can't find our copy. Susanne
                    > > > >
                    > > > >
                    > > > >
                    > > > >
                    > > > >
                    > > >
                    > > >
                    > > >
                    > > > --
                    > > > Mike
                    > > >
                    > > > http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm
                    > > >
                    > >
                    >
                  • prairiedog2332
                    I would also like to offer a few more reflections that come to mind. Chuck and Sandra may be amateur boat builders but when it comes to business practices
                    Message 9 of 28 , Oct 19, 2009
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                      I would also like to offer a few more reflections that come to mind.

                      Chuck and Sandra may be amateur boat builders but when it comes to
                      business practices they are really professional and "in it for the long
                      haul" in my view. They have focused on a small niche market, which I
                      have followed since their inception and watched it grow and expand
                      steadily.

                      They actively seek out the best suppliers of quality products for the
                      best "bang for the buck" out there. Their daughter is also involved in
                      the business for when they are away and if there is going to be any
                      delays in filling orders they post to their magazine updates as to what
                      reason and for how long the delays might be. An example is their sail
                      business that may be backed up in filling orders at times.

                      I see it as an opportunity for to have online information on the more
                      popular small boat Bolger designs that have already been refined and
                      more or less finalized. This would free Susanne to focus more on the
                      designs that are still under development or outside this niche market.

                      I know how PCB&F have been stung badly by unscrupulous or naive business
                      practices in the past. I think this is a very viable alternative that
                      would be beneficial for everyone interested in these designs. The bottom
                      line for me is "integrity" and these people meet that in spades.

                      When it comes to CNC cutting services, our esteemed moderator meets that
                      criteria as well! But then he may be "out" enjoying life on the water
                      too much to become involved:-)

                      Nels


                      --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, "gregory_west2001" <greg@...> wrote:
                      >
                      > Another way to promote the building of Bolger's boats would be to have
                      some of them available as pre-cut kits, with kit providers (or CNC
                      cutting services) like Jordon Boats http://jordanboats.co.uk/JB/ Jordan
                      Boats is now cutting in Maine and offer both stitch-and-glue and
                      lapstrake ply kits.
                    • cmdrslmdr
                      Please add me to the people that think making Bolger plans available through Duckworks would be a great idea. Last year I built a Jim Michalak Ladybug. I
                      Message 10 of 28 , Oct 19, 2009
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                        Please add me to the people that think making Bolger plans available through Duckworks would be a great idea.

                        Last year I built a Jim Michalak Ladybug. I bought the plans, epoxy, fiberglass, fittings, sail, line and some tools from Duckworks.

                        Chuck answered dozens of my questions by email. I am certain that I would not have completed the boat without his help.

                        All my orders have been handled promptly and he and Sandra go out of their way to make sure you are happy with their service and products.

                        Cheers,

                        Murray
                      • David Cassidy
                        Does Chuck actually stock the plans, or just send along the order to the appropriate designer?
                        Message 11 of 28 , Oct 19, 2009
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                          Does Chuck actually stock the plans, or just send along the order to
                          the appropriate designer?


                          On Oct 19, 2009, at 5:35 PM, cmdrslmdr wrote:

                          > Please add me to the people that think making Bolger plans available
                          > through Duckworks would be a great idea.
                          >
                          > Last year I built a Jim Michalak Ladybug. I bought the plans, epoxy,
                          > fiberglass, fittings, sail, line and some tools from Duckworks.
                          >
                          > Chuck answered dozens of my questions by email. I am certain that I
                          > would not have completed the boat without his help.
                          >
                          > All my orders have been handled promptly and he and Sandra go out of
                          > their way to make sure you are happy with their service and products.
                          >
                          > Cheers,
                          >
                          > Murray
                          >
                          >
                          >
                          >
                          >
                          > ------------------------------------
                          >
                          > Bolger rules!!!
                          > - NO "GO AWAY SPAMMER!" posts!!! Please!
                          > - no cursing, flaming, trolling, spamming, respamming, or flogging
                          > dead horses
                          > - stay on topic, stay on thread, punctuate, no 'Ed, thanks, Fred'
                          > posts
                          > - Pls add your comments at the TOP, SIGN your posts, and snip away
                          > - Plans: Mr. Philip C. Bolger, P.O. Box 1209, Gloucester, MA, 01930,
                          > Fax: (978) 282-1349
                          > - Unsubscribe: bolger-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
                          > - Open discussion: bolger_coffee_lounge-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
                          > Yahoo! Groups Links
                          >
                          >
                          >
                        • Mike John
                          I m sure he sells the plans and the designer posts them. Chuck sends a cheque to the designer. ... -- Mike http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm
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                            I'm sure he sells the plans and the designer posts them. Chuck sends a cheque to the designer. 

                            On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 10:47 AM, David Cassidy <d.cassidy@...> wrote:
                             

                            Does Chuck actually stock the plans, or just send along the order to
                            the appropriate designer?

                            On Oct 19, 2009, at 5:35 PM, cmdrslmdr wrote:

                            > Please add me to the people that think making Bolger plans available
                            > through Duckworks would be a great idea.
                            >
                            > Last year I built a Jim Michalak Ladybug. I bought the plans, epoxy,
                            > fiberglass, fittings, sail, line and some tools from Duckworks.
                            >
                            > Chuck answered dozens of my questions by email. I am certain that I
                            > would not have completed the boat without his help.
                            >
                            > All my orders have been handled promptly and he and Sandra go out of
                            > their way to make sure you are happy with their service and products.
                            >
                            > Cheers,
                            >
                            > Murray
                            >
                            >
                            >
                            >
                            >
                            > ------------------------------------
                            >
                            > Bolger rules!!!
                            > - NO "GO AWAY SPAMMER!" posts!!! Please!
                            > - no cursing, flaming, trolling, spamming, respamming, or flogging
                            > dead horses
                            > - stay on topic, stay on thread, punctuate, no 'Ed, thanks, Fred'
                            > posts
                            > - Pls add your comments at the TOP, SIGN your posts, and snip away
                            > - Plans: Mr. Philip C. Bolger, P.O. Box 1209, Gloucester, MA, 01930,
                            > Fax: (978) 282-1349
                            > - Unsubscribe: bolger-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
                            > - Open discussion: bolger_coffee_lounge-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
                            > Yahoo! Groups Links
                            >
                            >
                            >




                            --
                            Mike

                            http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm
                          • David Cassidy
                            So, in the case of Bolger plans, wouldn t hat just put a middle man in between Susanne and the builder? She still has to fill the orders, etc, which,
                            Message 13 of 28 , Oct 19, 2009
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                              So, in the case of Bolger plans, wouldn't hat just put a middle man in between Susanne and the builder?
                              She still has to fill the orders, etc, which, historically, can take time.

                              Having Duckworks as an additional sales agent (if only for the smaller boats) makes sense, but I think Bolder & Friends still needs a Web presence with all the designs that Susanne wants to market available; with an ordering mechanism (including credit card. PayPal, etc) for study and full plan sets; maybe some historic info about Phil, etc, proper contact info for Susanne/commissioning new work, etc.   Once organized, set up and a system of order printing and fulfillment established, a high school kid could run that part of the business, freeing Susanne to do what she wants.

                              This wouldn't be hard to do. It would just take time and organization.



                              On Oct 19, 2009, at 7:51 PM, Mike John wrote:



                              I'm sure he sells the plans and the designer posts them. Chuck sends a cheque to the designer. 

                              On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 10:47 AM, David Cassidy <d.cassidy@...> wrote:
                               

                              Does Chuck actually stock the plans, or just send along the order to 
                              the appropriate designer?

                              On Oct 19, 2009, at 5:35 PM, cmdrslmdr wrote:

                              > Please add me to the people that think making Bolger plans available 
                              > through Duckworks would be a great idea.
                              >
                              > Last year I built a Jim Michalak Ladybug. I bought the plans, epoxy, 
                              > fiberglass, fittings, sail, line and some tools from Duckworks.
                              >
                              > Chuck answered dozens of my questions by email. I am certain that I 
                              > would not have completed the boat without his help.
                              >
                              > All my orders have been handled promptly and he and Sandra go out of 
                              > their way to make sure you are happy with their service and products.
                              >
                              > Cheers,
                              >
                              > Murray
                              >
                              >
                              >
                              >
                              >
                              > ------------------------------------
                              >
                              > Bolger rules!!!
                              > - NO "GO AWAY SPAMMER!" posts!!! Please!
                              > - no cursing, flaming, trolling, spamming, respamming, or flogging 
                              > dead horses
                              > - stay on topic, stay on thread, punctuate, no 'Ed, thanks, Fred' 
                              > posts
                              > - Pls add your comments at the TOP, SIGN your posts, and snip away
                              > - Plans: Mr. Philip C. Bolger, P.O. Box 1209, Gloucester, MA, 01930, 
                              > Fax: (978) 282-1349
                              > - Unsubscribe: bolger-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
                              > - Open discussion: bolger_coffee_lounge-subscribe@yahoogroups.com 
                              > Yahoo! Groups Links
                              >
                              >
                              >




                              -- 
                              Mike

                              http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm



                            • Mike John
                              It s up to Susanne. My point is that Chuck could help her as she struggles through this period in her life. ... -- Mike
                              Message 14 of 28 , Oct 19, 2009
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                                It's up to Susanne. My point is that Chuck could help her as she struggles through this period in her life.

                                On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 11:16 AM, David Cassidy <d.cassidy@...> wrote:
                                 

                                So, in the case of Bolger plans, wouldn't hat just put a middle man in between Susanne and the builder?

                                She still has to fill the orders, etc, which, historically, can take time.

                                Having Duckworks as an additional sales agent (if only for the smaller boats) makes sense, but I think Bolder & Friends still needs a Web presence with all the designs that Susanne wants to market available; with an ordering mechanism (including credit card. PayPal, etc) for study and full plan sets; maybe some historic info about Phil, etc, proper contact info for Susanne/commissioning new work, etc.   Once organized, set up and a system of order printing and fulfillment established, a high school kid could run that part of the business, freeing Susanne to do what she wants.

                                This wouldn't be hard to do. It would just take time and organization.



                                On Oct 19, 2009, at 7:51 PM, Mike John wrote:



                                I'm sure he sells the plans and the designer posts them. Chuck sends a cheque to the designer. 

                                On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 10:47 AM, David Cassidy <d.cassidy@...> wrote:
                                 

                                Does Chuck actually stock the plans, or just send along the order to 
                                the appropriate designer?

                                On Oct 19, 2009, at 5:35 PM, cmdrslmdr wrote:

                                > Please add me to the people that think making Bolger plans available 
                                > through Duckworks would be a great idea.
                                >
                                > Last year I built a Jim Michalak Ladybug. I bought the plans, epoxy, 
                                > fiberglass, fittings, sail, line and some tools from Duckworks.
                                >
                                > Chuck answered dozens of my questions by email. I am certain that I 
                                > would not have completed the boat without his help.
                                >
                                > All my orders have been handled promptly and he and Sandra go out of 
                                > their way to make sure you are happy with their service and products.
                                >
                                > Cheers,
                                >
                                > Murray
                                >
                                >
                                >
                                >
                                >
                                > ------------------------------------
                                >
                                > Bolger rules!!!
                                > - NO "GO AWAY SPAMMER!" posts!!! Please!
                                > - no cursing, flaming, trolling, spamming, respamming, or flogging 
                                > dead horses
                                > - stay on topic, stay on thread, punctuate, no 'Ed, thanks, Fred' 
                                > posts
                                > - Pls add your comments at the TOP, SIGN your posts, and snip away
                                > - Plans: Mr. Philip C. Bolger, P.O. Box 1209, Gloucester, MA, 01930, 
                                > Fax: (978) 282-1349
                                > - Unsubscribe: bolger-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
                                > - Open discussion: bolger_coffee_lounge-subscribe@yahoogroups.com 
                                > Yahoo! Groups Links
                                >
                                >
                                >




                                -- 




                                --
                                Mike

                                http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm
                              • prairiedog2332
                                You are correct on all points David. But it is a viable option in my view since Duckworks already has a website set up and it has a lot of exposure and
                                Message 15 of 28 , Oct 19, 2009
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                                  You are correct on all points David. But it is a viable option in my view since Duckworks already has a website set up and it has a lot of exposure and presense  established with a large audience that is interested in seeking small boat plans. And PCB&F have been the historic leader in these types of plans.  Duckworks already pays the overhead and legwork involved in a website as well as having credit card and paypal set-ups already in place.

                                  Of course Susanne has the original transparencies for the blue prints and also the numbered construction instructions - again - something Mr. Bolger's genius gifted us with. So  she would be the sole holder of these materials.

                                  Fulfilling these orders might take perhaps a day a week to keep on top of, depending of course on the number of orders. For the most popular designs some could even be run off ahead of time and loaded into the famous "blue mailing tubes". Then it is just a case of addressing them and a trip to the post office or a call to a courier.

                                  No need to set up credit card or paypal accounts and only one check to cash once a month.

                                  Jim Michalak provides a pretty good template about providing basic info on each of his designs, as does Mr. Payson. They both offer small catalogues as well for a very minimal fee. Plus links to builds and actual building articles could be posted at Duckworks. Susanne could still be engaged with direct contact with snail mails, phone calls or fax.

                                  An example of note is Paul Fisher. He has his own extensive website as well as his own discussion group on Yahoo, but is also listed in Duckworks, as is John Welsford and many other of the designers who also have an active blog site.

                                  http://www.duckworksbbs.com/plans/sf/index.htm

                                  Today's reality is that the Internet is the easiest and fastest way to communicate information. That is why we are here right?

                                  Why not take advantage of what is essentially free exposure for what you have to share?

                                  Nels






                                  --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, David Cassidy <d.cassidy@...> wrote:
                                  >
                                  > So, in the case of Bolger plans, wouldn't hat just put a middle man in
                                  > between Susanne and the builder?
                                  > She still has to fill the orders, etc, which, historically, can take
                                  > time.
                                  >
                                  > Having Duckworks as an additional sales agent (if only for the smaller
                                  > boats) makes sense, but I think Bolder & Friends still needs a Web
                                  > presence with all the designs that Susanne wants to market available;
                                  > with an ordering mechanism (including credit card. PayPal, etc) for
                                  > study and full plan sets; maybe some historic info about Phil, etc,
                                  > proper contact info for Susanne/commissioning new work, etc. Once
                                  > organized, set up and a system of order printing and fulfillment
                                  > established, a high school kid could run that part of the business,
                                  > freeing Susanne to do what she wants.
                                  >
                                  > This wouldn't be hard to do. It would just take time and organization.
                                  >
                                  >
                                  >
                                  > On Oct 19, 2009, at 7:51 PM, Mike John wrote:
                                  >
                                  > >
                                  > >
                                  > > I'm sure he sells the plans and the designer posts them. Chuck sends
                                  > > a cheque to the designer.
                                  > >
                                  > > On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 10:47 AM, David Cassidy
                                  > > d.cassidy@... wrote:
                                  > >
                                  > > Does Chuck actually stock the plans, or just send along the order to
                                  > > the appropriate designer?
                                  > >
                                  > > On Oct 19, 2009, at 5:35 PM, cmdrslmdr wrote:
                                  > >
                                  > > > Please add me to the people that think making Bolger plans available
                                  > > > through Duckworks would be a great idea.
                                  > > >
                                  > > > Last year I built a Jim Michalak Ladybug. I bought the plans, epoxy,
                                  > > > fiberglass, fittings, sail, line and some tools from Duckworks.
                                  > > >
                                  > > > Chuck answered dozens of my questions by email. I am certain that I
                                  > > > would not have completed the boat without his help.
                                  > > >
                                  > > > All my orders have been handled promptly and he and Sandra go out of
                                  > > > their way to make sure you are happy with their service and
                                  > > products.
                                  > > >
                                  > > > Cheers,
                                  > > >
                                  > > > Murray
                                  > > >
                                  > > >
                                  > > >
                                  > > >
                                  > > >
                                  > > > ------------------------------------
                                  > > >
                                  > > > Bolger rules!!!
                                  > > > - NO "GO AWAY SPAMMER!" posts!!! Please!
                                  > > > - no cursing, flaming, trolling, spamming, respamming, or flogging
                                  > > > dead horses
                                  > > > - stay on topic, stay on thread, punctuate, no 'Ed, thanks, Fred'
                                  > > > posts
                                  > > > - Pls add your comments at the TOP, SIGN your posts, and snip away
                                  > > > - Plans: Mr. Philip C. Bolger, P.O. Box 1209, Gloucester, MA, 01930,
                                  > > > Fax: (978) 282-1349
                                  > > > - Unsubscribe: bolger-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
                                  > > > - Open discussion: bolger_coffee_lounge-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
                                  > > > Yahoo! Groups Links
                                  > > >
                                  > > >
                                  > > >
                                  > >
                                  > >
                                  > >
                                  > >
                                  > >
                                  > > --
                                  > > Mike
                                  > >
                                  > > http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm
                                  > >
                                  > >
                                  > >
                                  >
                                • Mike John
                                  I agree Nels. The hassle of hired help and the bother of launching an entire site is a hurdle. She can always have a site later as does Storer, Welsford,
                                  Message 16 of 28 , Oct 19, 2009
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                                    I agree Nels. The hassle of hired help and the bother of launching an entire site is a hurdle. She can always have a site later as does Storer, Welsford, Lillistone and many others as you point out. 

                                    Mike

                                    On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 2:22 PM, prairiedog2332 <arvent@...> wrote:
                                     

                                    You are correct on all points David. But it is a viable option in my view since Duckworks already has a website set up and it has a lot of exposure and presense  established with a large audience that is interested in seeking small boat plans. And PCB&F have been the historic leader in these types of plans.  Duckworks already pays the overhead and legwork involved in a website as well as having credit card and paypal set-ups already in place.

                                    Of course Susanne has the original transparencies for the blue prints and also the numbered construction instructions - again - something Mr. Bolger's genius gifted us with. So  she would be the sole holder of these materials.

                                    Fulfilling these orders might take perhaps a day a week to keep on top of, depending of course on the number of orders. For the most popular designs some could even be run off ahead of time and loaded into the famous "blue mailing tubes". Then it is just a case of addressing them and a trip to the post office or a call to a courier.

                                    No need to set up credit card or paypal accounts and only one check to cash once a month.

                                    Jim Michalak provides a pretty good template about providing basic info on each of his designs, as does Mr. Payson. They both offer small catalogues as well for a very minimal fee. Plus links to builds and actual building articles could be posted at Duckworks. Susanne could still be engaged with direct contact with snail mails, phone calls or fax.

                                    An example of note is Paul Fisher. He has his own extensive website as well as his own discussion group on Yahoo, but is also listed in Duckworks, as is John Welsford and many other of the designers who also have an active blog site.

                                    http://www.duckworksbbs.com/plans/sf/index.htm

                                    Today's reality is that the Internet is the easiest and fastest way to communicate information. That is why we are here right?

                                    Why not take advantage of what is essentially free exposure for what you have to share?

                                    Nels








                                    --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, David Cassidy <d.cassidy@...> wrote:
                                    >
                                    > So, in the case of Bolger plans, wouldn't hat just put a middle man in
                                    > between Susanne and the builder?
                                    > She still has to fill the orders, etc, which, historically, can take
                                    > time.
                                    >
                                    > Having Duckworks as an additional sales agent (if only for the smaller
                                    > boats) makes sense, but I think Bolder & Friends still needs a Web
                                    > presence with all the designs that Susanne wants to market available;
                                    > with an ordering mechanism (including credit card. PayPal, etc) for
                                    > study and full plan sets; maybe some historic info about Phil, etc,
                                    > proper contact info for Susanne/commissioning new work, etc. Once
                                    > organized, set up and a system of order printing and fulfillment
                                    > established, a high school kid could run that part of the business,
                                    > freeing Susanne to do what she wants.
                                    >
                                    > This wouldn't be hard to do. It would just take time and organization.
                                    >
                                    >
                                    >
                                    > On Oct 19, 2009, at 7:51 PM, Mike John wrote:
                                    >
                                    > >
                                    > >
                                    > > I'm sure he sells the plans and the designer posts them. Chuck sends
                                    > > a cheque to the designer.
                                    > >
                                    > > On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 10:47 AM, David Cassidy
                                    > > d.cassidy@... wrote:
                                    > >
                                    > > Does Chuck actually stock the plans, or just send along the order to
                                    > > the appropriate designer?
                                    > >
                                    > > On Oct 19, 2009, at 5:35 PM, cmdrslmdr wrote:
                                    > >
                                    > > > Please add me to the people that think making Bolger plans available
                                    > > > through Duckworks would be a great idea.
                                    > > >
                                    > > > Last year I built a Jim Michalak Ladybug. I bought the plans, epoxy,
                                    > > > fiberglass, fittings, sail, line and some tools from Duckworks.
                                    > > >
                                    > > > Chuck answered dozens of my questions by email. I am certain that I
                                    > > > would not have completed the boat without his help.
                                    > > >
                                    > > > All my orders have been handled promptly and he and Sandra go out of
                                    > > > their way to make sure you are happy with their service and
                                    > > products.
                                    > > >
                                    > > > Cheers,
                                    > > >
                                    > > > Murray
                                    > > >
                                    > > >
                                    > > >
                                    > > >
                                    > > >
                                    > > > ------------------------------------
                                    > > >
                                    > > > Bolger rules!!!
                                    > > > - NO "GO AWAY SPAMMER!" posts!!! Please!
                                    > > > - no cursing, flaming, trolling, spamming, respamming, or flogging
                                    > > > dead horses
                                    > > > - stay on topic, stay on thread, punctuate, no 'Ed, thanks, Fred'
                                    > > > posts
                                    > > > - Pls add your comments at the TOP, SIGN your posts, and snip away
                                    > > > - Plans: Mr. Philip C. Bolger, P.O. Box 1209, Gloucester, MA, 01930,
                                    > > > Fax: (978) 282-1349
                                    > > > - Unsubscribe: bolger-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
                                    > > > - Open discussion: bolger_coffee_lounge-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
                                    > > > Yahoo! Groups Links
                                    > > >
                                    > > >
                                    > > >
                                    > >
                                    > >
                                    > >
                                    > >
                                    > >
                                    > > --
                                    > > Mike
                                    > >
                                    > > http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm
                                    > >
                                    > >
                                    > >
                                    >




                                    --
                                    Mike

                                    http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm
                                  • David
                                    I agree. I m considering offering kits for several designers out of our Portland, OR. location. I think it makes a lot of sense. Cheers, David G Harbor
                                    Message 17 of 28 , Oct 19, 2009
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                                      I agree. I'm considering offering kits for several designers out of our Portland, OR. location. I think it makes a lot of sense.

                                      Cheers,
                                      David G
                                      Harbor Woodworks
                                      www.harborwoodworking.com

                                      *********************************

                                      --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, "gregory_west2001" <greg@...> wrote:
                                      >
                                      > Another way to promote the building of Bolger's boats would be to have some of them available as pre-cut kits, with kit providers (or CNC cutting services) like Jordon Boats http://jordanboats.co.uk/JB/ Jordan Boats is now cutting in Maine and offer both stitch-and-glue and lapstrake ply kits.
                                      >
                                      > I have not done any business with Jordan Boats, other than to talk to them about the availability of a particular boat in Maine, but they seemed on the phone most helpful. I haven't ordered a kit yet, so I can't comment on the quaility of their kits. I also don't have any idea what terms they offer designers for the right to cut a boat.
                                      >
                                      > It is a mystery to me why more designers don't use kit builders as a marketing source. There must also be other independent kit providers like Jordan Boats that would make the plans and kits available.
                                    • Jon n Wanda
                                      David it may be quality controle as related to ones name. To cross the line and trust someone with your babby is a large step. With respect to Phill getting
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                                        David it may be quality controle as related to ones name. To cross the line and trust someone with your babby is a large step. With respect to Phill getting burned or having problems with third party sales of plans that step gets bigger. When you have a name to protect like the Bolger brand it is asking a lot.

                                        Jon

                                        --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, "David" <arbordg@...> wrote:
                                        >
                                        > I agree. I'm considering offering kits for several designers out of our Portland, OR. location. I think it makes a lot of sense.
                                        >
                                        > Cheers,
                                        > David G
                                        > Harbor Woodworks
                                        > www.harborwoodworking.com
                                        >
                                        > *********************************
                                        >
                                        > --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, "gregory_west2001" <greg@> wrote:
                                        > >
                                        > > Another way to promote the building of Bolger's boats would be to have some of them available as pre-cut kits, with kit providers (or CNC cutting services) like Jordon Boats http://jordanboats.co.uk/JB/ Jordan Boats is now cutting in Maine and offer both stitch-and-glue and lapstrake ply kits.
                                        > >
                                        > > I have not done any business with Jordan Boats, other than to talk to them about the availability of a particular boat in Maine, but they seemed on the phone most helpful. I haven't ordered a kit yet, so I can't comment on the quaility of their kits. I also don't have any idea what terms they offer designers for the right to cut a boat.
                                        > >
                                        > > It is a mystery to me why more designers don't use kit builders as a marketing source. There must also be other independent kit providers like Jordan Boats that would make the plans and kits available.
                                        >
                                      • Patrick Crockett
                                        How big and complex would be feasible for kits? Something like Oughtred s Eun Mara? Just day sailors & run-abouts? Patrick
                                        Message 19 of 28 , Oct 19, 2009
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                                          How big and complex would be feasible for kits? Something like
                                          Oughtred's Eun Mara? Just day sailors & run-abouts?

                                          Patrick

                                          David wrote:
                                          > I agree. I'm considering offering kits for several designers out of our Portland, OR. location. I think it makes a lot of sense.
                                          >
                                          > Cheers,
                                          > David G
                                          > Harbor Woodworks
                                          > www.harborwoodworking.com
                                          >
                                          > *********************************
                                          >
                                          > --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, "gregory_west2001" <greg@...> wrote:
                                          >
                                          >> Another way to promote the building of Bolger's boats would be to have some of them available as pre-cut kits, with kit providers (or CNC cutting services) like Jordon Boats http://jordanboats.co.uk/JB/ Jordan Boats is now cutting in Maine and offer both stitch-and-glue and lapstrake ply kits.
                                          >>
                                          >> I have not done any business with Jordan Boats, other than to talk to them about the availability of a particular boat in Maine, but they seemed on the phone most helpful. I haven't ordered a kit yet, so I can't comment on the quaility of their kits. I also don't have any idea what terms they offer designers for the right to cut a boat.
                                          >>
                                          >> It is a mystery to me why more designers don't use kit builders as a marketing source. There must also be other independent kit providers like Jordan Boats that would make the plans and kits available.
                                        • Bruce Hallman
                                          ... I too have had dealings with the Leinweber s, and all was honest and good. I can say ditto for my dealings with Dynamite Payson, he presently runs a honest
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                                            On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 12:07 AM, BrianA <bawrytr@...> wrote:

                                            > I have also worked with Chuck and Sandy Leinweber on occasion...

                                            I too have had dealings with the Leinweber's, and all was honest and good.

                                            I can say ditto for my dealings with Dynamite Payson, he presently
                                            runs a honest and good PB&F plans selling business.

                                            The business of selling plans also includes answering the asked
                                            questions from prospective builders. And, often I suspect, answering
                                            the unasked questions as builders coming to terms with just what they
                                            want and/or need.
                                          • simonfbroad
                                            Just my opinion. I think having Duckworks sell the plans sounds like a good idea, it would plans more accessible to more people and would remove a lot of the
                                            Message 21 of 28 , Oct 21, 2009
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                                              Just my opinion.

                                              I think having Duckworks sell the plans sounds like a good idea, it would plans more accessible to more people and would remove a lot of the 'paperwork' type issues, all the initial inquiries and money collection etc., associated with a buyer selecting and purchasing plans. Duckworks are already setup to do all that. Then the task of packaging and posting for Susanne and co. would be reduced to simply putting the plans in the package and mailing them.

                                              I also think that PB&F should have their own web presence too. If Duckworks are handling inquiries, orders and money etc., the task of setting up a PB&F web site would be much reduced, and the maintenance would be even less. Then the site could concentrate on what it should be there for - showcasing their designs.

                                              I have only one concern to raise though. I'm am planning on ordering direct from PB&F, I read (somewhere on the web) that they only answer queries from clients who purchased from them (which makes sense) but I would want to know that if I purchased through Duckworks I would still have access to PB&F for queries that Chuck & co could not answer (if there is such a thing! :o)

                                              Finally, building a web site is not rocket science, it's a bit like building a boat, real easy to build something that works but the top notch stuff takes time, effort and expertise. I'm am sure that there is a sufficient overlap between the boat building community and the IT community that we could find people to build, or at least prototype a web site for Susanne. As a software engineer (but not a web developer) I would gladly donate my time to such a task, there must be others who would like to see this get off the ground.

                                              Simon
                                              Brisbane.



                                              --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, David Cassidy <d.cassidy@...> wrote:
                                              >
                                              > So, in the case of Bolger plans, wouldn't hat just put a middle man in
                                              > between Susanne and the builder?
                                              > She still has to fill the orders, etc, which, historically, can take
                                              > time.
                                              >
                                              > Having Duckworks as an additional sales agent (if only for the smaller
                                              > boats) makes sense, but I think Bolder & Friends still needs a Web
                                              > presence with all the designs that Susanne wants to market available;
                                              > with an ordering mechanism (including credit card. PayPal, etc) for
                                              > study and full plan sets; maybe some historic info about Phil, etc,
                                              > proper contact info for Susanne/commissioning new work, etc. Once
                                              > organized, set up and a system of order printing and fulfillment
                                              > established, a high school kid could run that part of the business,
                                              > freeing Susanne to do what she wants.
                                              >
                                              > This wouldn't be hard to do. It would just take time and organization.
                                              >
                                              >
                                              >
                                              > On Oct 19, 2009, at 7:51 PM, Mike John wrote:
                                              >
                                              > >
                                              > >
                                              > > I'm sure he sells the plans and the designer posts them. Chuck sends
                                              > > a cheque to the designer.
                                              > >
                                              > > On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 10:47 AM, David Cassidy
                                              > > <d.cassidy@...> wrote:
                                              > >
                                              > > Does Chuck actually stock the plans, or just send along the order to
                                              > > the appropriate designer?
                                              > >
                                              > > On Oct 19, 2009, at 5:35 PM, cmdrslmdr wrote:
                                              > >
                                              > > > Please add me to the people that think making Bolger plans available
                                              > > > through Duckworks would be a great idea.
                                              > > >
                                              > > > Last year I built a Jim Michalak Ladybug. I bought the plans, epoxy,
                                              > > > fiberglass, fittings, sail, line and some tools from Duckworks.
                                              > > >
                                              > > > Chuck answered dozens of my questions by email. I am certain that I
                                              > > > would not have completed the boat without his help.
                                              > > >
                                              > > > All my orders have been handled promptly and he and Sandra go out of
                                              > > > their way to make sure you are happy with their service and
                                              > > products.
                                              > > >
                                              > > > Cheers,
                                              > > >
                                              > > > Murray
                                              > > >
                                              > > >
                                              > > >
                                              > > >
                                              > > >
                                              > > > ------------------------------------
                                              > > >
                                              > > > Bolger rules!!!
                                              > > > - NO "GO AWAY SPAMMER!" posts!!! Please!
                                              > > > - no cursing, flaming, trolling, spamming, respamming, or flogging
                                              > > > dead horses
                                              > > > - stay on topic, stay on thread, punctuate, no 'Ed, thanks, Fred'
                                              > > > posts
                                              > > > - Pls add your comments at the TOP, SIGN your posts, and snip away
                                              > > > - Plans: Mr. Philip C. Bolger, P.O. Box 1209, Gloucester, MA, 01930,
                                              > > > Fax: (978) 282-1349
                                              > > > - Unsubscribe: bolger-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
                                              > > > - Open discussion: bolger_coffee_lounge-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
                                              > > > Yahoo! Groups Links
                                              > > >
                                              > > >
                                              > > >
                                              > >
                                              > >
                                              > >
                                              > >
                                              > >
                                              > > --
                                              > > Mike
                                              > >
                                              > > http://www.duckworksmagazine.com/r/indexes.htm
                                              > >
                                              > >
                                              > >
                                              >
                                            • Giuliano Girometta
                                              Yahoo small business provide web services for only $ 11.00 per month and the software ( Yahoo SiteBuilder) is free and extremly user fiendly and simple to
                                              Message 22 of 28 , Oct 21, 2009
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                                                Yahoo small business provide web services for only $ 11.00 per month and the software ( Yahoo SiteBuilder) is free and extremly user fiendly and simple to set up without any web designer experience. Plus for a few $ more there are also sites with your own store ready to set up. I build my web site in a couple of hours www.elcraftonline.com.
                                                 
                                                Giuliano

                                                --- On Wed, 10/21/09, simonfbroad <simonfbroad@...> wrote:

                                                From: simonfbroad <simonfbroad@...>
                                                Subject: [bolger] Re: Duckworks plans sales
                                                To: bolger@yahoogroups.com
                                                Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2009, 11:12 PM

                                                 

                                                Just my opinion.

                                                I think having Duckworks sell the plans sounds like a good idea, it would plans more accessible to more people and would remove a lot of the 'paperwork' type issues, all the initial inquiries and money collection etc., associated with a buyer selecting and purchasing plans. Duckworks are already setup to do all that. Then the task of packaging and posting for Susanne and co. would be reduced to simply putting the plans in the package and mailing them.

                                                I also think that PB&F should have their own web presence too. If Duckworks are handling inquiries, orders and money etc., the task of setting up a PB&F web site would be much reduced, and the maintenance would be even less. Then the site could concentrate on what it should be there for - showcasing their designs.

                                                I have only one concern to raise though. I'm am planning on ordering direct from PB&F, I read (somewhere on the web) that they only answer queries from clients who purchased from them (which makes sense) but I would want to know that if I purchased through Duckworks I would still have access to PB&F for queries that Chuck & co could not answer (if there is such a thing! :o)

                                                Finally, building a web site is not rocket science, it's a bit like building a boat, real easy to build something that works but the top notch stuff takes time, effort and expertise. I'm am sure that there is a sufficient overlap between the boat building community and the IT community that we could find people to build, or at least prototype a web site for Susanne. As a software engineer (but not a web developer) I would gladly donate my time to such a task, there must be others who would like to see this get off the ground.

                                                Simon
                                                Brisbane.

                                                --- In bolger@yahoogroups. com, David Cassidy <d.cassidy@. ..> wrote:
                                                >
                                                > So, in the case of Bolger plans, wouldn't hat just put a middle man in
                                                > between Susanne and the builder?
                                                > She still has to fill the orders, etc, which, historically, can take
                                                > time.
                                                >
                                                > Having Duckworks as an additional sales agent (if only for the smaller
                                                > boats) makes sense, but I think Bolder & Friends still needs a Web
                                                > presence with all the designs that Susanne wants to market available;
                                                > with an ordering mechanism (including credit card. PayPal, etc) for
                                                > study and full plan sets; maybe some historic info about Phil, etc,
                                                > proper contact info for Susanne/commissioni ng new work, etc. Once
                                                > organized, set up and a system of order printing and fulfillment
                                                > established, a high school kid could run that part of the business,
                                                > freeing Susanne to do what she wants.
                                                >
                                                > This wouldn't be hard to do. It would just take time and organization.
                                                >
                                                >
                                                >
                                                > On Oct 19, 2009, at 7:51 PM, Mike John wrote:
                                                >
                                                > >
                                                > >
                                                > > I'm sure he sells the plans and the designer posts them. Chuck sends
                                                > > a cheque to the designer.
                                                > >
                                                > > On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 10:47 AM, David Cassidy
                                                > > <d.cassidy@. ..> wrote:
                                                > >
                                                > > Does Chuck actually stock the plans, or just send along the order to
                                                > > the appropriate designer?
                                                > >
                                                > > On Oct 19, 2009, at 5:35 PM, cmdrslmdr wrote:
                                                > >
                                                > > > Please add me to the people that think making Bolger plans available
                                                > > > through Duckworks would be a great idea.
                                                > > >
                                                > > > Last year I built a Jim Michalak Ladybug. I bought the plans, epoxy,
                                                > > > fiberglass, fittings, sail, line and some tools from Duckworks.
                                                > > >
                                                > > > Chuck answered dozens of my questions by email. I am certain that I
                                                > > > would not have completed the boat without his help.
                                                > > >
                                                > > > All my orders have been handled promptly and he and Sandra go out of
                                                > > > their way to make sure you are happy with their service and
                                                > > products.
                                                > > >
                                                > > > Cheers,
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                                                > > > Murray
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                                                > > > - stay on topic, stay on thread, punctuate, no 'Ed, thanks, Fred'
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                                                > > > - Pls add your comments at the TOP, SIGN your posts, and snip away
                                                > > > - Plans: Mr. Philip C. Bolger, P.O. Box 1209, Gloucester, MA, 01930,
                                                > > > Fax: (978) 282-1349
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                                                > > Mike
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