...because paying more for what's needful is just plain stupid
Any links to follow that voyage? My French is too rusty. Lots of good features in the design.
This looks to be a really interesting little ship. A great small cruiser even if one doesn’t want to play an accordion on a glacier. Can your cunning research methods discover who designed it, who built it and what of?
It looks to be the solution to many a boaters questions.
I’d love to build something quite similar to this! If only I could find plans…
You might want to check out Yann Quenet’s Skrowl 900 which is a very affordable plan for am easily built go-anywhere scow.
Look at Jeromes plans for http://nautline.com/Carabela650_pocketcruiser.php
Can anyone tell what’s going on with that cabin divider? He’s got daggerboards P&S, so LR is covered… it’s costly in that it looks like you’d loose half the view forward to it (would have to actually move to the other side to see out the opposite window flanking the fwd ‘trunk’ blister). So it must be paying its way, somehow.
Two ‘windows’ in what looks like a centerboard trunk… one has a (pair of) dogged and gasketed flaps, so water must be in play… the other appears to have no waterproofing, and may tunnel through… hmm.
Bob, any clues buried in French beyond my connaissance??
I think we’ll be seeing more and more of this type of scow cruiser… exciting!
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