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Paul (admin) Paul (admin)
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Old Designs

This one catches my eye. Not sure why, maybe its the traditional approach. But there is everything in this picture to build a model or the real thing. Who needs technology?



-Paul
Timmo Timmo
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Nice looking dinghy.

Is impressive how much information about the design and construction of a relatively complex 3d structure can be conveyed on one sheet of paper.

Tim.


On 8 Mar 2016, at 13:27, Paul (admin) [via UK HBBR Forum] <[hidden email]> wrote:

This one catches my eye. Not sure why, maybe its the traditional approach. But there is everything in this picture to build a model or the real thing. Who needs technology?



-Paul
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inwe inwe
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Or if you want to get really excited go to page 285 for Chapelle's Staempfli-type Sharpi.
Port-Na-Storm Port-Na-Storm
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What Book would that be Richard?
I checked my copy of Chapelle's American Small Sailing Craft and its not there.

But it did remind me of one of my favourites , the Melonseed.



maybe one day.

inwe inwe
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Graham its " Chapelle's Boatbuilding --1941. "

Richard