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Re: Pros and cons of steel sailboats

Nice sheer line Bob.I bet they love her.
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Re: Pros and cons of steel sailboats

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On a blue water cruiser like this the boat has to be able to be set on it's keel at haul out. It is a low aspect ratio keel buit when you haul it out it cacn rest on the keel.

Plus,,,when you have restricted draft you need an effective low aspect ratio fin. I think I have that here.
Yes, that is an option it has its advantages and disadvantages. I have seen other steel or aluminium bluewater boats with other keel options, even in what regards low draft. That option is not the one I prefer but as I said it has its advantages as you have pointed out.

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Yeah Smackers, it's a honey. What can I say? I'm pretty good at this. I have worked very hard to get good at this. I'm proud of my work.
Yeah - but how much filler did you have to use?
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Been cruising, you know, that activity which boats are supposed to be about. Unlike some , I haven't spent the last couple of weeks siting in front of a computer, giving advice on something I rarely experience.
Internet access is shrinking in these islands.
Ok I will play.

Must be the only spot on the face of the world with shrinking Internet access? I cruise as well(ok not right now, broken boat) and interestingly there is only a couple of spots on the east coast of Australia where I haven't had coverage if I so desired.

As for sitting in front of the computer for weeks, I note that you post here far more frequently than I, and I actually try to come here as often as I can, because I like the place, the people and find the discussion complements my sailing rather than detracting from it.

Interestingly here and at CF( oh sorry they banned you didn't they) the most prolific posters are often(but not always) the F\T long term cruisers. This is all by and by and off topic, other than to suggest again that you stop spinning crap and insulting us every time you post.
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Another old steeler.

This from I think the first edition of the Proper Yacht. From memory posted in an Anarchy thread on double enders. I have no idea if she still lives.



I saw some stuff on Angantyr on the web not all that long ago - she had been heavily or totally restored.

A real ship that one.
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Ok I will play.

Must be the only spot on the face of the world with shrinking Internet access? I cruise as well(ok not right now, broken boat) and interestingly there is only a couple of spots on the east coast of Australia where I haven't had coverage if I so desired.
My daughter just spent a year in Oz and we were shocked by how poor the Net access and telephone service was - very expensive and poor service/availability for both.

We all assumed that Oz would have facilities like all the other advanced countries but not so.

Apparently telecom services there are a government operation so......

She was on the east coast as well - Melbourne, Sydney etc.
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Re: Pros and cons of steel sailboats

Wow, from the look of the hand on thwe wheel the boat looks nicely balanced. They ae cooking right along. Is that a McCleer and Harris design?

Stepalah has a new name now and has been repainted bright,,,,,,,,,red!
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Re: Pros and cons of steel sailboats

Andrews had already posted some of Dykstra designed aluminium classic looking passagemakers. Some more pictures, showing also their modern underbody.





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Interestingly here and at CF( oh sorry they banned you didn't they) the most prolific posters are often(but not always) the F\T long term cruisers. This is all by and by and off topic, other than to suggest again that you stop spinning crap and insulting us every time you post.
Relax Chall, the more he insults the quicker to his next banning.

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Only the keel does not make my style. But the design looks sharp. How many years has that design?
I mostly ignore this thread - but this one got me.
For a cruising boat - and let's be honest that's what these steel boats are - the longer, fuller hull is more optimal I would think.
I'd rather a boat that tended to keep her head where I put here than one that turned on a dime.
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