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The Design and Construction of a Yacht Public Deposited

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  • "Of all the different types of sail boats used for pleasure on western inland waters, the 'skip-jack' seems to be the general favorite. This style of boat is known by many names such as 'skip-jack', 'lark', 'skimming-dish', etc., and they are so called from the manner in which they ride the water. They are very light in weight and seldom draw more than one foot of water. Many of the 'Class B' or 24-foot boats draw but 8 inches. The width of beam is quite large as compared to the length being usually from 7 to 8 feet for the 24-foot boats. This is necessary because of the lightness of the hull and the large amount of sail area. They are fast sailers in light winds but are not very good heavy weather boats. The boat that I have built is of this type, 24 feet long and 7 feet beam. The frame is of 1 ½ square oak, the sides and bottom are of 3⁄4 inch spruce and the deck is of ½ inch cedar."--p.2
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