Peter H. Spectre's 100 Boat Designs Reviewed PDF

By Peter H. Spectre

ISBN-10: 0937822442

ISBN-13: 9780937822449

Info has been compiled from the easiest boat layout experiences from WoodenBoat journal. The reports are accomplished and thorough. An research of the strains, development plan, lodging plan plus strategies for development.

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RR #1, Sidney, BC, V8L 3R9, Canada. ---- Flashboat's highly "tortured" 4mm Bruynzeel planking produces a stiff and light (90 pounds) structure. — 30 — Two Chesapeake Skiffs Drawn by Howard I. Chapelle and Reuel Parker Commentary by Mike O'Brien C hesapeake Bay sailing crab skiffs can, with lit- timber, Mr. Simmons more likely accomplished the tle alteration, make fast and able daysailers. considerable deadrise up forward by staving the foreThese skiffs first appeared on the big estuary foot. (That is, he filled the space between the backbone during the last years of the nineteenth century.

In any case, if a sailmaker knows that the stay won't ere we have something different: an easily trailered beach cruiser that should provide the thrills of high-performance sailing during the day and, yet, offer reasonably comfortable accommodations after the sea breeze fades. The fully battened mainsail catches our notice at first glance. This configuration might be common on catamarans and trimarans, but we don't often find small monohulls rigged in this manner. Designer Robert W. Stephens drew full-length battens because they can support substantial roach and, therefore, carry adequate sail area on a relatively short mast (desirable for ease of trailering and rigging).

Just be sure to remember the boomkin, and keep the mainsheet free to run; if it fouls, you'll be courting disaster of front-page proportions. The steering difficulty caused by the far-aft location of the mizzen is obvious — the tiller wants to cut clean through the mast. Oughtred could have solved the problem by specifying a fancy curved tiller, or by drawing an inboard rudder with its post forward of the mast, or by using a yoke and lines. He chose the simplest solution: a push/pull tiller. A short tiller arm (half a yoke, if you will) attaches to the rudderhead perpendicular to the centerline.

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