Camp-boat

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Re: Camp-boat

Post by jem » Tue Dec 30, 2008 10:20 pm

oops. Thought I replied in the email. Yes got them. Pretty straight-forward design. What changes were you looking for?
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Re: Camp-boat

Post by jbo_c » Wed Dec 31, 2008 8:56 am

If I did it, the only change I'd look to do would probably be a scale up between 10-15%. The freeboard is so low in the back that I'm afraid it would handle zero chop(maybe less). I've got the plans for the other one on the way to compare. Should be here early next week.

You've got to admit, it's an intriguingly simple design. If it comes to it, could you develop the hull panels or would it be just as easy to measure from the frames do you think?

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Re: Camp-boat

Post by jem » Wed Dec 31, 2008 9:04 am

It wouldn't be hard to draw that one up. Pretty simple design.
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