I need that space for provisions and moving around below while the weather's lousy. Had they sailed from a nearby resort? His boat is listed for sale at [ http: I think you'd be best off with something like Contessa 26, which are very seaworthy, cheap, plentiful, and have at least minimal comforts. What in your opinion is the smallest size monohull you'd cross an ocean with? I've dabbled in boats like this, but my problem is that I'm spoiled. An older late 70's, 80's, or perhaps more recent production boat made with reasonably modern materials the Moore 24 was vacuum-bagged fiberglass composite - with balsa, etc.
Lynaes Midget 20
Very effective for good rudder control. She is a traditional styled ship on which several people can stay for longer period. The fiberglass Yankee Dolphin 24 came out of this ancestry, but it weighs over lbs. Possible to cruise with 3 adults if under 6'0" tall, but more comfortable with two under 5'6", four is just to tight. Stout little boat and some of the most fun sailing I've had.
Cal 20 Fleet 13
If I only had known better, I would never have bought and installed this heater! Share on Pinterest Share. Ad blocker detected It seems as if you have an ad blocker activated. It may very well be the entire harbor area! The cookies collect information in an anonymous form. All Dates From the last month From the last 3 months From the last 6 months From the last 12 months From the last 2 years From the last 3 years. In the lower centre is a three-way valve run backwards, to make it possible to shut off the cooling water for the exhaust system shortly before shut down of engine.
Two double aft cabins with storage space. Origin The lines of the Midget 26' have been derived from the classical form of the fishingboats from Lynaes, situated on the northcoast of the Danish island Seeland. He was a man with a passion about enjoying life whether it was in rebuilding his own boat, sailing around the globe or being a great friend to a total stranger. There were plans to restart his adventure this year but other circumstances prevailed and Harry changed his plans once more. Then, the human factor cannot be left out of the equation - a good sailor will probably be able to sail safely in a much smaller boat than a less experienced person. Peter Coy, more about this boat later but see picture.