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1 Day Ago 03:12 AM
mr_f
Re: Micro cruisers

This guy is fantastic.

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I said I had designed it to be legal width for trailering but for various reasons ended up this way.
1 Day Ago 10:28 PM
captain jack
Re: Micro cruisers

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Originally Posted by skygazer View Post
Now that is interesting and different, food for thought! I like that it has a lead keel. Big displacement for such a small boat.
yeah. i think it's pretty cool. it's definately compact but, designed with voyaging in mind.
1 Day Ago 09:34 PM
skygazer
Re: Micro cruisers

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Originally Posted by captain jack View Post
Now that is interesting and different, food for thought! I like that it has a lead keel. Big displacement for such a small boat.
1 Day Ago 07:35 PM
captain jack
Re: Micro cruisers

how about a swaggie?


http://atomictoasters.com/wp-content...aggie-2007.jpg

http://jwboatdesigns.co.nz/plans/swaggie/
2 Days Ago 10:20 PM
TakeFive
Re: Micro cruisers

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Originally Posted by asdf38 View Post
Benetau First 235. Fast, with an enclosed head, galley and an aft cabin:

Pocket cruiser? Yes.

Micro cruiser? I don't think so.
2 Days Ago 10:13 PM
asdf38
Re: Micro cruisers

Benetau First 235. Fast, with an enclosed head, galley and an aft cabin:

2 Days Ago 08:13 PM
TakeFive
Re: Micro cruisers

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Two masts?
2 Days Ago 07:03 PM
Multihullgirl
Re: Micro cruisers



the Miss Cindy

Travels with Miss Cindy. Adventures with a 16' Microcat cruiser.
2 Days Ago 06:39 PM
captain jack
Re: Micro cruisers

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I took those pictures of Ulladh's sloop two years ago. Earlier this year he re-rigged it as balanced lug. So maybe those other pictures were his boat after the modification.
wow. that would be a pretty wild small world type event.

Holy Marconi, Batman! It is the same vessel (i went and checked)! what are the chances of that? well, at this point, about 100%.

this is it:

lug sail cruiser photo lugsailcruiser.jpg


i love it. would love to hear how she sails.
2 Days Ago 01:36 PM
TakeFive
Re: Micro cruisers

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i came across one of those outfitted with a balanced lug sail, on the web. it was pretty cool.
I took those pictures of Ulladh's sloop two years ago. Earlier this year he re-rigged it as balanced lug. So maybe those other pictures were his boat after the modification.
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