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Does not let me post a link, so if you are interested in some history as well as some nice pictures about how they were/are (Mischief) built, google pilotcutter and you will come to a uk site.
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Does not let me post a link, so if you are interested in some history as well as some nice pictures about how they were/are (Mischief) built, google pilotcutter and you will come to a uk site.
http://www.pilotcutter.co.uk/
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Cam silent... I'll believe that when I see it.

Bristol channel cutters are beautiful little boats, and I believe they're among John Vigor's list of 20. However, be aware that the LOA is a bit longer than you'd expect, since IIRC, they do have a pretty sizeable bowsprit.

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they do have a pretty sizeable bowsprit.
LOA is 37'9", LOD is 28'1".....sizeable indeed....

Here is the link to the Sam L. Morse site,
http://www.samlmorse.com/?a=bristol_cutter

and the BCC forum,
http://www.samlmorse.com/forum/
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