|06-20-2004 07:53 PM|
Love to see it!
I'd love to see the "article and photographic journal," it must be very interesting. Can't wait to see her in action.
|06-11-2004 08:09 AM|
I'll try to get a few shots of her in action this weekend.
I have a HUGE photographic journal I could put up that shows the boat from working with the paper plans through the nearly final touches.
I thought I might write a bit of an "article" documenting our experiences. Anyway the slide show is impressive (if I do say so myself) and I'll ask if it could be put up somehow even on a temporary basis as it really is huge.
|06-11-2004 06:49 AM|
Glad to see another boat project winding down. Can you post a few pictures.
|06-03-2004 06:04 AM|
Way to go!!!
Congrats on the maiden voyage, sounds awesome!
|06-01-2004 09:52 AM|
Gregg, Mike and Papa (inspiration if not more) - you guys have built the vessel to tame the seas this time!
Can't wait to take a ride on 'er with you guys.
|06-01-2004 09:31 AM|
The Lucky Skunk maiden voyage
We finally got the boat in the water for more than a few minutes this weekend. It is not fully finished - mostly aesthetic stuff.
In short it is awesome!!! We took it to 2500 rpm (top end is 5000) and got 23 knots in 2-3 foot chop with little in the way of bouncing and banging. Despite a 20kt wind we even stayed mostly dry with only an occasional splash making its way into the boat. My only "complaint" is that it has a very decided tendency to drift stern to the wind and a drift sock for 26' boats only keeps it beam to the wind. I can't wait for a calm day to see what she will do at WOT. Others have built this boat with a 150 OB and achieved 50mph and we have a 305 in it with over 200 hp.