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    Looks like a "big" step from the first Chubby...

    Looks like a "big" step from the first Chubby Girl.
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    Dan, I was handed the helm of my uncles boat...

    Dan, I was handed the helm of my uncles boat about that age. But it wasn't a JS9000! Outstanding!
    Black Jack, when Johnny L and I bought Pretty Penny at a lien auction in South Beach harbor for $500...
  3. So I'm racing in an SSS event, up the city front....

    So I'm racing in an SSS event, up the city front. Singlehanded. In Starbuck. Tacking the 125%. Hi Scott Easom! I think you got me.
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    COVID special: $8500

    COVID special: $8500
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    It's not a keel boat Dan. I don't think anybody...

    It's not a keel boat Dan. I don't think anybody thought it would self right.
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    French boat did a stability test. They couldn't...

    French boat did a stability test. They couldn't get it to turtle. And he only used 20 lbs of lead in the centerboard. Although he said he is adding another 50 lbs....
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    CPAP machine Pat. Need a good nights sleep. Hey...

    CPAP machine Pat. Need a good nights sleep.
    Hey Mr Wylieguy I have some questions regarding reefing a wishboom rigged mast. I'm gonna give you a ring.
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    I think it's both Bob. Designer mentions filling...

    I think it's both Bob. Designer mentions filling both tanks in lumpy conditions. It's 80 pounds per side. What happened yesterday?
    Glad you liked it Jackie.
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    This is the most complicated fifteen foot...

    This is the most complicated fifteen foot sailboat design of all time.
    I tackled the plumbing for the water ballast system. First I eliminated the port cockpit cubicle because I need the space to...
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    Solo gave me this acrylic dome left over from...

    Solo gave me this acrylic dome left over from Ocean Planet program. I'm thinking I'll make a second aft hatch with it for Pacific North West cruising.:D5544
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    So I made a mock up of the cabin top and then a...

    So I made a mock up of the cabin top and then a two piece cover that wedges forward into place. Hope it fits when the boat eventually gets built. Yikes!
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    Bedard designed this huge open top on the RoG...

    Bedard designed this huge open top on the RoG (Plein Air?) companionway for soft covers like a kayak. He's in Florida. NorCal boat is gonna need a hardtop. How am I going to leave it on the beach in...
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    Ah a sea hood. My Santana 22 had one. I think all...

    Ah a sea hood. My Santana 22 had one. I think all Santanas did. Most removed long ago to allow the cleat bar.
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    Starboard it is. But more for the 16th century...

    Starboard it is. But more for the 16th century thing than the bear away set.
    Jonathan I was afraid someone would ask that. I think it was one sleeve of 6oz fiberglass, one sleeve of 5.8 carbon biax,...
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    Here's a question I've been wondering about that...

    Here's a question I've been wondering about that I don't know the answer to, so I won't be offering any ice cream but, is there any design that places an offset sprit on the port side of the boat?...
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    Go find those pennies Pat. I had sprit envy...

    Go find those pennies Pat.

    I had sprit envy from the French boat. So I built a sprit. Turned out pretty good. Mine will be removeable, but not retractable. That'll keep all the bury in the anchor...
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    Nice plein air workshop. Hey, what's a scabbard?

    Nice plein air workshop. Hey, what's a scabbard?
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    Bring on the Raid boats!

    Bring on the Raid boats!
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    Pat, I flew control line planes with my Dad back...

    Pat,
    I flew control line planes with my Dad back when. I wonder if anyone still does that. I'm sure RC is fun but being connected to that angry thing was a blast.
    Did you have accelerator?...
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    Thanks Ants, I know Russel Brown's stuff. I would...

    Thanks Ants, I know Russel Brown's stuff. I would love to build a PT Spear someday. And i recently read his book on rolling Interthanes Perfection and NOT tipping. Amazing results!
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    Dude even has the same tow vehicle as I.

    Dude even has the same tow vehicle as I.
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    We need a “moon shot” program to create a plastic...

    We need a “moon shot” program to create a plastic replacement.
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    There's a professional builder in France building...

    There's a professional builder in France building a RoG for a Spanish client. They've made several changes to the design including no cockpit hatches, no mizzen thwart, no winch base (not sure how...
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    Trying to remember why I'm doing all this. I just...

    Trying to remember why I'm doing all this. I just love this shot of the designers boat in Florida.5315
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    I made some graphite pads at the bearing surfaces...

    I made some graphite pads at the bearing surfaces of the centerboard and trunk.
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