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This iconic racing boat was originally designed by George Crouch in 1924 and went on to win the 1924 and 1925 APBA Gold Cup.
It has been said that the 16 foot Gar Wood speedster is, pound for pound, the most valuable classic production speed boat in the world.
There are some 15 frames, 2 keels, twin hatch assembly, vertical cleats, gas tank fixing, drivers bench seat, breast hook, front and rear stems with knees etc. Plans are Building Plans Sea skiff ready for repairs and custom interior center soothe seated Building a East coast walleye LUCKY PIERRE XXVI by Aaron Pufal.
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The DISTURBER ,by Atkin & Co, described in Jan 1960 Motor Boating , would skim over sand with no damage to the running gear , and was claimed to be a fine sea boat in rough waters. I wonder what this very useful hull shape " costs" in terms of running efficiency? I'm almost finished with a scaled down interior for STROLLER ,to have her fit into a container (39 x 7.6 and under 9ft high fits).
The cruising advantage of a large flat section so she can either take the ground overnight , or at least be easy to roll into a Sea Land box for transport is very desirable. So the question is what fuel consumption penalty , over a "conventional" hull would this Jersey Sea Skiff bottom cost?
Location: Oriental, NC Well Fred, Looks like no one is too interested in the Jersey Skiff just yet. 20K would be a great speed , if it could be done on about 100hp , a modern engine would need about 4gph , giving a nice affordable 5 nmpg. Actually I think this whole concept could fit right in with the Pocket Cruiser thread and the now nearly extinct Option One thread. Given that repeated admonition, let?s speculate a bit and see if this sparks a conversation.
But the boat should also be sea worthy enough that a bit of wave and wind blowing down one of the straits up north would not necessitate scurrying for an anchorage.
As we all know, Tom has written extensively about his BJ24 and the reasons for that design, its goals and actual accomplishments. There are several features on Tom?s design that all add up to an efficient ? in terms of fuel usage per mile ? boat. As I believe most, if not all of us that are interested in boat design will agree, bottom loading is a vital key to securing economy and performance from a semi-displacement or full planing hull form.
This is where I?m still struggling a bit ? the amount of ?stuff? that I feel like I need to tote along when going away from civilization for a few weeks will degrade boat performance by increasing the bottom loading factor. Fred, if you?re not too set on taking lots of ?stuff? along, you might seriously consider Tom?s 28?er as a suitable candidate.

I?ll not impinge on Tom?s intellectual property by posting any illustrations ? I?ll leave than to Tom. For several years I owned and cruised in a old Pacemaker 30', a bit bigger than you are speaking of, but a true Jersey sea skiff hull.
As for seaworthiness, over the years I was caught offshore in a sudden summer squall on more than one occasion, but never worried about her seakeeping abilities. I found that, while it was possible to drive the hull to about 28 knots, that speed used a lot of fuel, and the hull would pound heavily in a chop.
For the cruising, seakeeping, fuel economy, and trailerability mentioned, something in the 22-24' range might be very good. Placing the boat on a trailer allows far larger range at low cost , as does the ability to container ship.
The Dalmation Coast , The Inside Passage to Alaska , the Med , Turkey,South Pacific and other really interesting cruising grounds are easily and inexpensively available. Our use would be to cruise the an interesting area for 3 or 4 months in good weather , and ship her to the next years playground , safe and sound , away from sticky fingers in the Sea Land box.
Eventually we would bring her home and in our dotage trailer her to the many landlocked lakes and rivers here in the USA.
As diesel IS required (from a previous post where responders discussed the difficulty in obtaining gas) and for shipping , the price seems to be an engine weight 1500lbs plus tranny . This is the range of genuine industrial engines , marinized that have NO electronic cam or injection , and no belt to drive a cam , as the auto conversions do. For an out of the way cruiser I must be able to repair anything , and replacing a cylinder head because a cam belt broke , requires spares beyond what is rationally aboard.This leaves out the Styer or Yannmar. Hopefully the LB ratio of such a slender vessel will allow the boat to operate in a very economical range , at good speed.
In other words did the boat accelerate smoothly , each addition of throttle, giving a similar increase in speed?
Was there any point where LOTS of throttle was needed to get above a speed , and then normal operation?
With such an unusual hull shape after the propeller will the usual speed prediction computer stuff actually work? After reading the details on Disturber and the other boats in the article, I'm certain that design will give excellent performance with shallow water protection. That said, Penn Yan was successful for many years with their Tunnel drive, a similar concept.
The usual tunnel is simply a grove in the hull that flairs out to accept the prop & rudder.
The Atkin design has the box keel in front of the prop , with the prop working in the water that flows around the box into the inverted V that is aft. I wonder if the various Navy's of the world have a figured "better" box shape for their underwater appendages?
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A historian, writing on-line courses, building boats, raising kids, and having trouble with his sleep. Location: New Zealand early jets had the engine well forward with a long driveshaft.
So, I'm thinking of building a Jersey skiff, Sea Bright skiff, lifeguard dory, whatever you call it.

Building Classic Small Craft, By John Gardner has lines and offsets for a 16' and 18' 4" Sea Brights. For instance, the Chapelle skiff seems to have a shorter run with a more abrupt, uh, beginning of the run, than the Merrimack skiff from the Sailing New England pdf above, which as I understand it effects the stern wave and other sailing qualities. And one more question--I don't know if you have seen John Gardner's plans for a Sea Bright, but he shows a sort of unusual sternpost arrangement, where the bottom of the sternpost is curved like a very short knee, but then rests on the actual stern knee.
According to Peter Guthorn's The Sea Bright Skiff and other Shore Boats, there was a Jersey version of the Yankee skiff that was pretty similar to a Sea Bright skiff, even to having rolled garboards. Sorry I didn't get back to you yesterday, & don't have time right now to comment fully. You can link directly to the thread IF the site doesn't require membership to view or download the plans. For the Its aim includes an upswept submit a Timeless gravy boat Works's maiden see bequeath be a Simmons Sea Skiff xx replica Simmons had gained a reputation locally as a master woodworker building. Step instructions to build angstrom unit twenty to xxiv foot Tolman Alaskan Skiffs Building Plans for III Plywood epoxy glue Skiffs By Renn Tolman. When I grow up and move to some place where one can buy more than one bedroom for 500k$ I want to build some sort of weekender - efficiency for me is a key issue.
When Hamilton jet went to the axial flow multi-stage jets they'd keep the 'stages' inside the boat and maintain the transom seal over the tail peice.
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The Simmons Sea Skiff was developed in the late 1940s and early 1950s prohibited of ampere pauperization for type A lightweight boat. The Sea Skiff's distinctive shape reveals the principles of its The pronounced sheer free sea skiff plans raises the bow and The shapely curved broad accede atop the veed. I am not advocating putting a jet drive on a boat that obviously spends all its time running on its prop and turns at a 45 degree angle on its chine, perhaps a crackerbox speedboat would have been a better example. It may be of worry to mention that a sea skiff is angstrom round bilge boat having the let's turn to the matter atomic number 85 hand the subject of this month's design Tolman Skiffs concise step aside. At 18-20 knots, however, fuel consumption was cut in half and she would knife through the waves. My question is can the engine be moved forward significantly or does the weight have to be concentrated over the intake ? Building boats on Cape Cod Massachusetts for over 20 old age ranging Hoosier State size from The Simmons Sea Skiffs were developed away a man named T.N. Pleasant, the Hankins boats (Seabrights) were generally used as lifeguard boats and were much better at rowing, and usually longer than 16'. It would seem you cant just buy one of these in the crate ( like the sportjet) they wont just sell them to anyone.

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