Except you can see that Bob was still following that thought that the stern needed to come back in rather than stay all the way out. and that the waterplane was supposed to have some semblance of balance. Look at that DWL--sublime. Oh, and there is a lot of tuck-up in the run.On the ferro dinghy, it's not just the bow that was light years ahead of the pack. The hull shape is very reminiscent of some high performance keelboats today
Cool ride... I'm sure it sails much better without the Klingon.Mutineer of sorts. Exgirl friend who i thought was great which proved to a real clinger and a drag.What's that just at your stern in the third photo? Failed mutineer?
The Buccaneer originally had a universal that had rusted in place. The pictures shows a temporary outboard mount that was more a sea anchor. All gone now with a trick removable bronze mount.