- ... Also known as Little Fuss from the Small Boat Journal #32, Aug/Sept 1983.Message 1 of 11 , Aug 3, 2011View SourceOn Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 8:47 AM, Peter <pvanderwaart@...> wrote:
>Also known as "Little Fuss" from the Small Boat Journal #32, Aug/Sept 1983.
> > In the BWAOM chapter called something like
> > "For Moorings and Private Landings" is an 18' gaff-rigged daysailer...
> That would be the one I was thinking of.
- A little bigger than you had in mind-check out the triple Keel Sloop , design 328 in Different Boats. JohnT _____ From: firstname.lastname@example.orgMessage 2 of 11 , Aug 3, 2011View Source
A little bigger than you had in mind—check out the “triple Keel Sloop”, design 328 in Different Boats.
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Subject: [bolger] Re: Does this Bolger design exist?
> Are you perhaps referring to Phil's design # 589
> for H. H. Payson, "Catfish Beach Cruiser?"No, although functionally it would be similar to the open-cockpit version of #589.
The idea began as a Small Boat Journal cartoon, and was picked up by a guy who wanted to build them out of fiberglass. As far as I know, it never got into production. There is a picture in one of Phil's books.
As I recall, it had a shoal keel (which is not like a Thames barge), but he hull sections were quite flat through most of the bottom.