Re: [bolger] 40ft Slic Chic
- Thanks, that is a new one to me. Judging by the relative size of the person to the hull length my guess is that it might a bit longer than 40 ft. Added it to the listing here:http://hallman.org/bolger/isometrics#Slic ChicOn Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 10:29 PM, c.ruzer <c.ruzer@...> wrote:
eBay Item number: 370706165644
"This is an original magazine ad. It measures 8 1/2 x 11 3/4. The ad is in good condition" (1957? $6)
"Boats In The Cameras Eye
Two recent additions to the Chris-Craft line, a sport fisherman designed by Philip Bolger, and a Mercury-powered Kayot pontoon (VW micro bus) share the spotlight."
The caption to the Bolger design photo reads:
"Slic Chic" was designed by Philip Bolger, built by E. & H. Boat Works, Lake Park, Fla. Twin 3 to 1 reduction Connell Cadillac Crusaders gives her a sustained cruising speed of 20 knots.
- Good one Bruce.
Here's another eBay display Bolger plan scan:
Vintage (for Jim Orrell)Sampan Express 19 semi-dory.
Item number: 121034770451 ($5)
A one page Yachting magazine article scan of a 44ft power cruiser 1965 built by Mallorca Yacht & Boat Construction Assn, for the Med. Boat Review & Specs
Item number: 400346259803 ($6)
Item number: 310503480366 ($67.97)
Bolger boats: Combining Small boats and The folding schooner, and other adventur Plenty of primers on Bolger unified water flow theory in there, but fwiw no peas - neither frozen nor seasoned nor seasof.
Item number: 321020901990 ($63.14)
I've no dog in those races - recently scored a signed FS though, but eBay are attempting to extort extra profit from non-existant undisclosed at auction "global shipping program" "import charges" by deception. Most probably I'll have to sue the dogs and ACCC on them.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, BruceHallman <hallman@...> wrote:
> Thanks, that is a new one to me. >
> http://hallman.org/bolger/isometrics#Slic Chic
- Pretty cool. The Sampan Express 19 is a favorite of mine, and I have never seen those drawings. The design number is barely legible, either 186 or 185. The Texas Dory 8 1/2" x11" plan sheets call this the Texas Dory 19. (I just updated it to the design index, totaling 562 known designs.)The 44 footer from Yachting Magazine 1965 I believe is called Mediterranean ExpressOn Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 11:24 AM, c.ruzer <c.ruzer@...> wrote: