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Use the form below to delete this Dinghy News NOTIZIARIO ONLINE 26 Giugno 2012 ANNO VIII N 144 image from our index. I was particularly taken with the taped seam method and its possibilities for simplifying small boat construction. It was not intended as a camping cruiser, but I found that with the board and rudder laid alongside the CB case, plus air mattresses, it made comfortable bunks for two, much better than sleeping on the beach. Ultimately I should be able to create a set of drawings for those who want to build one from scratch. Location: Burnett Heads Mirror 16 #185 I am reluctantly selling my mirror 16 due to overseas relocation.
It appears that the transom and the rearmost sections of hull panels and the floor panels have been replaced on hull 189.


Anyway, could someone please give me a measurement along the floor from the rear face of the bulkhead to the forward face of the transom panel (not the transom stiffeners).
I have set the hull on stands and then used a plumb-bob to markout the shape of the hull on the garage floor. The brown sheets leaning against the wall are 3mm card that I want to use to take templates from the hull also. When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals.
It is good for teaching the young, or not so young, to sail the type that they may go to later. I first made a cardboard model which determined the shapes which I made full size on the bench.
The seams are taped with fiberglass tape and the outside sheathed with fiberglass cloth and resin.
It is the simplest and easiest ever made to order for the person with no boatbulldlng experience. Bruce Embody, then living in Cocoa Beach, needed a small boat that he could sail around the canals and waterways.
A length of 40x40x6mm equal angle lies across these tubes and can be moved to almost any position under hull. I reckon that my measurements will be within 5mm, and I will be comparing these against the Class Measurement Rules, so I think the results should be OK. It is essential that the outside sheathing goes on before the sheer stringers and the skeg to maintain continuity of the sheathing. Since the parts do not require shaping in place, it goes on easily, without the usual frantic struggle to clamp and bond at the same time. If I planned serious camp cruising I might make plywood floorboards, which could be supported at seat level to make a sleeping platform. Also they have added an inner panel to the transom, and knees where the transom meets the keel and the gunwales. I have also marked out other key points like the centreboard slot, hull centreline, and the joint where the side panels meet the bottom panels (is this called a 'chine'?). When resting on any two of the three parallel steel tubes the equal angle is effectively a datum plane.
A list of desirable attributes might include the following: easy construction with minimal skills, low cost, permanently tight, strong and light weight suitable for car topping.
That was my first Taped Seam boat, soon after I had read of the Mirror Dinghy In the magazine Yachts and Yachting of 8 February 1963.
To get the intended curvature in the sides, which is a circular arc, I used temporary plywood formers inside, wired to the side planks at the sheer.


Small temporary screws are used to hold it in place while bonding but there are no permanent fastenings except screws at the ends tieing it to the quarter and bow knees. Then, when you get the hang of sailing, change to the sloop rig for jib and mainsail experience. By measuring vertically from the upper face of the equal angle to points on the hull I can get the relative heights of these points. The mast is made of stock aluminum tube, called construction pipe, simpler to use and less expensive than Sitka spruce. The result- a strong, light boat with an uncluttered lnterlor, that does not look like a first attempt. Lightweight sharp ended boats have a tendency to capsize if the crew weight is concentrated in the sharp end. That, plus the wiring of the sides to the bottom, develops the boat shape exactly as designed.
Even a rank beginner can do a professional looking job- all the difficult fltting and bevellng ls eliminated. It has not been advertised, but scattered mentions in print have resulted in a number of plan orders, so there should be a few boats in service here and there in North America. It had many obvious advantages over previous methods for plywood - no chine logs, no keel, no frames, no stromgback or building form, no lofting, no boatbuilding expertise required. I overcame this problem on this and later designs with tabs on the transom plywood which engaged slots in the side panels. The boat rows well, and though no speedboat, has good performance with a small outboard motor.
At first we used resorcinol glue for gluing and polyester resin for sheathing, but since epoxy became avaliable we use nothing else. It makes a much roomier boat and I would expect it to be a faster sailer with the same rig.
The main has a sleeved luff, which is simple and clean, but some have chosen track and slides.
Integral seats and partial bulkheads in the ends provide torsional stiffness as well as flotation.



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