no worries - mate.
I'm sure you stand behind your product.
So for those already experienced with cement - contemplating a large...
If you are racing, or want that last bit of perfomance, you change the
foresails all the time.
If you are off - shore, on watch...
Sounds good to me, generaly.
Although, with me you can never have to much epoxy.
Inside and out. However, you are on the right track.
Obviously, you have never had a design " borrowed " by others.
Unless copyright protection is fully in place - full discloser is...
it was the '79 Fastnet I was referring to...just found it in the files.
The worst I've heard, is guys painting a black line of "...
Another cautionary note:
I agree with both, Sponberg & frost.
I seem to remember, way - back - when; a whole series of C. Fibre / Alum....
O K cookiesea.
It looks like you have done your homework.
First, in my experience, a V of 14 degrees is a good choice for a planning cat.
Pardon my Pontifications
To FAST FRED,
" If mariners...." - Ageed !
"......cut tri - star a little slack..." - Thank you !...
Stability and buoyancy, are tricky with smaller cats.
I suggest you go for a few rides in sail cats, in the length you are
20knots in Chop
I am a huge fan of the Herreshoff(s).
So if we are to report on some of the very efficient monohulls, it's also only fair,...
" The widow's walk began when her husband, Jack, 'twas ordered
forward to reduce sail.
The wind, she was gaining in strength, so all hands came...
- " Foreverum "
Sorry FAST FRED,
the new metal " Foreverum " that the military received from the Alians
has not yet been released to the...
We have had a 65 ft wood / epoxy hull in service since '88.
A recent survey found no appreciable moisture under the epoxy.
The guys who...
"...experience running deep vee...."
Yes, I do.
It is just is not practical.
There is a lot of reasons - why not too.
It's absolutely the...
( A.) - "...why not...constant " V "....".
( B.) - "...hp...based on weight and V angle ?"
I choose my words very...