KeepTurningLeft Season 4 Part 7 Sharpies



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This is about KTL 4 : The Broads to North Norfolk.

3 Responses to “KeepTurningLeft Season 4 Part 7 Sharpies”

  1. 26 January, 2016 at 6:47 amTony Mindling says:

    Bring the transom of a Sharpie forward to just aft of the cockpit and you would have a hard-chined planing hull much like my 17-foot Windmill. Add a marconi rig and you couldn’t tell them apart, except that the ‘Mill burdens us with a monstrous long daggerboard instead of that nice pivoting metal centerboard. The Windmill was designed in the 1960’s, I believe, to be homebuilt from plywood, ideal for the planing hull. That low boom gives one a lumpy looking skull after sailing them for a few decades, as i have. Both lovely, quick-to-accelerate, high-pointing boats.

  2. 26 January, 2016 at 7:47 amdylan winter says:

    I see you are slowly working your way up to the current time Tony

    It must be pretty weird seeing it all go past so fast…. yet so slow


    PS – are you watching this on your telly

  3. 27 January, 2016 at 7:21 amTony Mindling says:

    Watching with my nightcap in bed on the laptop. I did watch the racing on the broads on the telly – so far my fave.

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