AN ALPHABETICAL DIGEST
NAUTICAL TERMS, [1867?].
Here are plans for the "Sneaker"
a footy model boat, 2006.
I have just finished doing a rebuild of my Roar2
after an unfortunate accident involving falling ice. It also gave
me a chance to add a new built-in rowing seat with storage. I've
an article that the Duckworks readers might
I ran across a fascinating American guy that lives
in Thailand. He has built a catamaran and powered it with a very
low cost longtail engine similar to those used in Thailand and
Louisiana swamps, where they call them go Devils as they go like
the devil through mud and weeds, etc. The builder has made several
cruising videos of his boat in use on the rivers in Thailand and
it looks like small boat heaven. The catamaran is fairly unusual
and 18 feet long and 6 feet wide and can be sailed and goes 20
Knots under power and 10 Knots under sail. Builder says he can
load on truck with one person! Video
is one of many. Robb
Drug sub imitation...... The shape
is looking good it looks like one of those drug subs I see on
the net. If it was loaded with two tons of drugs it would sink
deep in the water like those subs so I think without the weight
it will be a good sea boat. I think I have just given a idea to
those sub builders and the drug barons. It would be nice if they
the barons paid me for the idea. I aint into drugs so to be caught
on the open sea in this thing I think I might get arrested. The
full article can be read HERE.
Out on the water off Newport, Rhode Island in the
first race of the Little America's Cup, Steve Clark's brand new
Aethon, sailing with the solid wingsail from his 1996 Little America's
Cup winnerCogito, suffered a cruel