Monthly Archives: July 2017

Cheap Clamps!

I knew that would get your attention. These are the improvised clamps that were used along with a few conventional models by Brian Carroll in the building of his new Sailfish. And there is an update on that as well, … Continue reading

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So Jack rang last night . . . . . .

Jack Carroll, class co-designer, specifically wanted to ask me to add his comments on what an excellent post, titled More on Boat Building, Chris Leyland had written last November about building a Sailfish. Jack thought that Chris had really encouraged … Continue reading

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What’s been Happening?

It has been a while since I have done one of these, you know, life can get in the way sometimes, so here is a brief rundown of what has been going on, and what is still to come. Boatbuilds … Continue reading

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Vimo Too, Sailfish 808

This in this morning from Russell Ker . . . .   Hi, quick intro, my Sailfish was Vimo Too, number 808. I sailed at the Beaumaris yacht club from 1968 to 73. I, sadly, have no photos of my … Continue reading

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