Posted by: "Christopher C. Wetherill" wetherillc@... wetherillc
I had only assumed it was round bottomed, so I went back to the slid
show. No photos exposing the bottom. Then I found this Exburyegg.org
<http://www.exburyegg.org/> I think the stability curves would be
eggstremely scary on this thing.
Cuteness aside, the operative word in the web page is "tethered." It's not a ship, or even a shantyboat it's a "floating home." Stability curves assume a free floating craft--I think in the extremely protected water, with a few lines securely attached, that I would certainly spend a night (or a month!) on her.
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