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Re: Bob Perry's take on Wolfenzee's dream boat

The design work has been progressing nicely. Even when you start from scratch design is an iterative process with a drawing drafted, and then studied and considered, some time spent thinking about it in the 'worry chair' and then the design is tweaked. In this case we have a dillitante drafting (me) and the Maestro providing the guidance so the iterations may be fewer, than if I were doing this myself.

I think it may be helpful to see some of the interim steps of the process to see how those iterations appear.

So here is an update lines drawings:



And here is a fist look at the updated rig which is loosely modeled on a Folkboat rig, but with a taller foretriangle:

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