Shell Boats Schooner 18

came across this

Shell Boats schooner 18

 

http://www.shellboats.com/sb_schooner_18.html

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here are the snaps of Torrey’s boat

 

scooner

schooner 3

 

well done that man

 

 

This is about Dylan Winter's Blog.

5 Responses to “Shell Boats Schooner 18”

  1. 25 November, 2015 at 5:21 amPaul Mullings says:

    The Yanks sure like the unusual, can only imagine its evolutionary path !!!

  2. 25 November, 2015 at 6:31 pmRon G says:

    Doing away with a tiller explains the wheel, but it looks so uncomfortably tacked on. Engine access not too good either, I wonder if they considered a well………..

  3. 25 November, 2015 at 9:17 pmSteve says:

    Interesting boat,intended primarily for lakes I think.

  4. 29 November, 2015 at 5:22 pmTorrey says:

    I’m the proud owner of one of these. I sail it all over Tampa Bay in Florida. We have very shallow water so the small draught is perfect. Can’t tell you how much I love this boat. Surprised you don’t see more aft cabins… They have so many advantages (more space, better visibility, can easily go forward to tend sails, anchor etc. like a dinghy, can shelter from sun and rain while still sailing, I could go on and on.) someone mentioned the problem with accessing the motor- not too tough to do but yeah a little but of a pain (of course all engines are a pain). The website mentions that the aft cabin serves as a nice buffer between the skipper and the engine noise. The boat is so light that I just use the oars instead.

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