Re: still need whale watcher info
- Hah! That's the identicaal page, Graeme. But honstly, my gamble's on any earlier version
of Adirondack's boat having come to light.
> Well, well now... How I've got an earlier edition than your first edition I'm not sure ;) ...a 1991 Winter-Spring glimpse of lines for BIG BIRDWATHCHER prototype. That's three names early on by my count then. Scan placed in WW Launch album: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/bolger/photos/album/1369503063/pic/list
> Could'a perhaps been easy for a proto build to drop from awareness: various names, demise of SBJ and CSD, etc.
- Pretty much the same as in the other boats in the hull group, including MicroTrawler, Retriever, Hawkeye, even Fast Motor Sailer. It is easy to build, holds the bow up and, also does the things you suggest. I like the handle holes for beaching.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jdmeddock" <jmeddock@...> wrote:
> I remember the MAIB article, just can't recall the reason for the extended deep forefoot.
> Boulder detecting crumple zone?
> Fin to pivot around to make it turn instead of spinning in circles
> while continue in the same direction?