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|11-20-2013 02:08 AM|
Re: Line Drawings
Originally Posted by heinzir View Post
|12-02-2009 06:52 PM|
i have the 78 to 83 hunter 27 line drawing if you want them
just pm me
|12-02-2009 10:03 AM|
|smackdaddy||Oh man that is a cool boat. And the Jolly Roger is key.|
|12-02-2009 10:01 AM|
No, it's not a pram. It is definitely a Sinbad; there is a builder's plate on the transom. It appears the builder went out of business years ago.
|12-01-2009 11:11 PM|
|papad||Are you sure that your sail emblem is not a dutch sabot? If so and if it is a pram type hull it is a Naples Sabot. There are thousands of them around mostly in southern California.|
|12-01-2009 09:19 PM|
Some time ago, my wife picked up several nautical decorations for one of the rooms in our house. Among them were three 18 X 24" framed profile drawings of classic boats done blueprint style, white lines on a dark blue background. One was of a daysailer, another of a 10' dinghy, and the last of a 32-gun frigate. I had often thought that it would be very cool to have a similar picture of my own boat among them. I found a suitable profile drawing in an old magazine review and had a friend convert it to "blueprint style" to match the others.
I am very happy with the results but I would like to take this project to the next level: I would like to get similar prints of the other boats in my "fleet." These include my daughter's Force 5 saiboat and my 8' Sinbad the Sailor dinghy.
I have found lots of photographs of Force 5 boats on the Force 5 forum, class website, and builder's website but was unable to find a profile drawing of the type that would easily convert to fit in with my existing posters.
I have been unable to find any information on the dinghy at all. All I know is that it is fiberglas, 8' long, has one set of oarlocks, and a single sleeved sail with an Arabian-type "curled-toe boot" as the logo. The boat is called Sinbad the Sailor and was built in Wisconsin.
Can anyone help me find suitable profile drawings of either boat?