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Old 05-05-2016, 06:47 AM
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Shoal draft beachable Motor Sailor by Chris Morejohn

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Old 05-05-2016, 06:49 AM
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Old 05-05-2016, 06:52 AM
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Hogfish Maximus drawings by Chris Morejohn

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"Old shallow draft designs" by Chris Morejohn

A character boat for two people to gunk hole around in.
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Chris Morejohn --> Hogfish Maximus --> Plans in --> Plywood - Aluminum - Steel

Chris Morejohn ---> Chris Morejohn Yacht Designs and Plans Business - August 11, 2016
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I've decided to open my doors to offer my design services for new boat builds and to sell my designs as full Cad drawings in PDF files.

I have teamed up with Nathan Shawl a yacht designer and CAD computer expert from Michigan.
[ . . . . . ]
The Hogfish Maximus plans in wood, aluminum or steel.
[ . . . . . ]
Tom ---> MacNaughton Yacht Designs ---> Design ---> Nathan Shawl - Yacht Draftsman and Associate Designer
Tom ---> MacNaughton Yacht Designs ---> School ---> CAD Course Instructor - Nathan Shawl
^ 3 x not linked because the link is the same as the link above it ^
- I have no indication MacNaughton Yacht Designs is involved in Chris' Yacht Designs and Plans Business.
- This cooperation with Chris could be a separate business of Nathan, who is based in Michigan, whilst MacNaughton is based in Eastport on Moose Island in Maine.
- BoatDesign.net threads: Looking for Design Software Advice ---> Post #2 - | - YDS Students or Grads Speak Up! YDS = MacNaughton Yacht Design School
Hogfish Design ---> Chris Morejohn Yacht Designs and Plans - August 13, 2016
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. . . . . Announcing that I have teamed up with Nathan Shawl to provide design services for both power and sail vessels. . . . . .
. . . . . . Hogfish Maximus, can be built in Plywood, Aluminum or Steel. . . . . . .

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ICKRAMOCK 18 by Chris Morejohn
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Here is my idea of what could fit me and Rachel at the smallest length to live on and cruise in, in warm waters.

An ICKRAMOCK is the Bahamian Spanish Wellsmens name for the spotted Cowerie. A nice home for sure anywhere in the warm waters of the world.
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Old 02-16-2017, 08:51 PM
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[IMG]http://www.boatdesign.net/forums] - Yacht Draftsman and Associate Designer[/url]
hogfishdesign.wordpress.com/2016/08/13/chris-morejohn-yacht-designs-and-plans/"]Chris Morejohn Yacht Designs and Plans - August 13, 2016[/url][/indent]
I think this is excellent news. Hopefully we will soon see a number Mr. Morejohn's creations sailing the oceans of the world. A heavy, flat bottom, beachable cruiser may not be everyone's cup of tea, but I believe it will suit a lot of folks.
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Re: the above post #321, the given text quote there doesn't come from the given link.

Ickramock 18, post #1 ---> ICKRAMOCK 18 JY ♦ JANUARY 29, 2017 ♦ - = the source of the text quote in post #321.

Ickramock 18, post #2 ---> ICKRAMOCK more details ♦ FEBRUARY 5, 2017 ♦ - = the same link as in post #321, and is the correct source of the shown drawing there.
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