Reverse Engineering (conversions And Modifications)

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by viking north, Dec 25, 2010.

  1. Scunthorp
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    Scunthorp Hull Tech

    No worries mate I thought Landlubber was a yank. It is nice to see such expertise in effluent. Some of these lads are masters in bovine scatology other, well they seem know their ****. Have you noticed how there is always a little corn even if you never ate any? Thanks for all the input but it is time to flush and get on with life. Sincerely John
     
  2. viking north
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    viking north VINLAND

    Oook ! I have engaged the overboard discharge pump, maybe it's time to get on to other items, this thread has pretty well run it's course. I have started a rather interesting but possibly short thread under " Low verses high aspect ratio main sail" under the Design heading that is dealing with some interesting problem solving associated with my new build, I.E. modifying a main sail, mainsheet tackle location. All input welcome there. I will come back here and announce the start of my new conversion/build including photos under "Boatbuilding" sub titled, " Boatbuilding projects underway" My thread will be titled "Building the Nancy G" For anyone interested the, Post will start in about a weeks time and will be ongoing until she's launched next year(2012). goodnight all--Geo

    A yacht is not defined by the vessel but by the care and love of her owner
     

  3. viking north
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    viking north VINLAND

    For anyone interested i have open a thread under Boatdesign forums sub Boatbuilding, tread " Nancy G"------------------------
     
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