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Old 09-03-2008
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Originally Posted by GBurton View Post
I wonder if this "Tally Ho" inspired the CGC.....
Not sure. I seem to recall that Atkin's Tally Ho! design predates the one you linked to, and the boat in that link seems quite a bit larger too (Atkin's Tally Ho! is a 30-footer).

The CGC boats are directly derived from the Atkin boats. In some cases, they're nearly identical (31, 36). In others, like the 34, 38, and 40, they are adaptations, with the rudder moved in-board rather than transom hung. My favorite design is their 34, which was redrawn by Carl Chamberlain. Resting on its waterline, to my eye it is one of the handsomest boats ever launched.

Tally Ho!

By William Atkin, http://www.atkinboatplans.com/
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