6 edition of Folding Schooner found in the catalog.
Philip C. Bolger
February 14, 1977
by International Marine Publishing Co
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
Folks, found the book with Resolution in it, "The Folding Schooner, " and have ordered a copy of it. I have followed your advice on searching the forums, but the best info anyone seems to have put up is the fact that St. Valery has a centerboard placed way forward, draws a foot with the board up, weighs about a ton, has an outboard well, flush deck, and a flat bottom. Step 1: Pick a book. I worked with hardcover books with pages. The shorter the book the less opportunity for great detail but the longer the book the more folding you have to do. Obviously if you have a longer word you will need more pages to fit it in and still have the recognizable detail.I always picked books that had page numbers.
Building the Blackfish by Dana Story; Photographer-John Clayton; Introduction-Philip C. Bolger and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at About this Item: International Marine Publishing Co., Camden, ME, Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Later Printing. Discusses and illustrates plans for 33 separate small boat projects and serves as a compendium of the author's thoughts on small boats, with enough history, anecdotes, humor, and good sense to make it most readable.
Take Apart Boats. A boat is like a swan, it looks perfect on the water but as soon as it gets on land it is big heavy and ungainly, still pretty mind you. His Folding Schooner is an example. Link to article and photo on the left side bar. Philip Bolger designed a folding schooner. He talks about it in his book: Boats with an Open Mind. A spot in the sun with a relaxing read is a simple and timeless happiness. Lovers of literature know that some time alone – with a great book – can sometimes be the best medicine. Find an extra comfy, contemporary chair for your library with our selection of thirty-two top-of-the-line reading seats. Ranging from plush outdoor lounge chairs.
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The folding schooner, and other adventures in boat design Hardcover – January 1, by Philip C Bolger (Author)5/5(1). The Folding Schooner and Other Adventures in Boat Design book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. This book combines "Small Boats" and "The Folding Schooner" which are two of Bolgers earlier publications.
It gives access to a selection from the first half of his work Folding Schooner book is far less accessible on the internet than his later work. It is essentially a compilation of 5/5(1). With its two-masted schooner rig, it was a surprisingly handsome boat under sail, but I still think Bolger was putting us on with this one.
He tells in his book The Folding Schooner and Other Adventures in Boat Design of almost getting folded up in his invention when "going through a narrow canal in the wake of a string of heavy motorboats she jackknifed spectacularly in a trough.".
Single-handed Schooner in 18 Feet. A Variation on a Theme by Bolger. Phil Bolger used to do a feature in Small Boat Journal where readers would send him a letter asking about boat designs. He would reply with a discussion and with what he called cartoons. These were drawings to.
The book described all the basic techniques (gluing, nailing and screwing with some fiberglass) to produce five designs: 12' Teal, 7'9" Elegant Punt, 12' Kayak, 31' Folding Schooner, 15'6" Surf, and 20'9" : December 3,Gloucester, Massachusetts. Printable books can make such a difference in your preschool classroom.
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- Bolger's folding schooner. A 30' boat that rides on a normal trailer like two skiffs stacked on top of another. Once you get them in the water, put sideways, unfold, and bolt your 30' boat into place. Brilliance and insanity. The staysail is a pleasure to set and strike, relatively small and on a short hoist.
The gaff rigs offer a challenge, or at least a change of pace, to trim well. We found the sheet purchases too light in a breeze and added another turn each (to on mainsail and on foresail). Re: Bolger Lite Scooner or Bolger Folding Schooner. Other folding options exist though they want more work.
Fold in the ends. 15 foot center section and two 7 foot ends. These might be foldable with one person. Also, the part of the boat that needs to be strongest (the middle) is left strongest (though, really. Folding Schooner by Philip C. Bolger and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at It's very difficult to build a boat from mini plans printed in a book.
You just lose way too much detail and you can't scale things off them accurately. In the end, I think what you need to hear is that the Bolger Folding Schooner, is not a got boat to cut your building teeth on. A definitive book for the serious schooner nerd.
Published Blue Water Coaster. Francis Bowker. Published A first-hand account of life aboard one of the big coasting schooners of the Eastern seaboard of the United States. The s and ’40s were the last days of these ships, and they were well past their sell-by date often.
First up was the Bolger Folding Schooner. For those of you who came late, the Folding Schooner was the feature of Bolger's great book "The Folding Schooner and Other Adventures in Boat Design" (later republished as "Bolger Boats" combined with his "Small Boats" and if you have those books you can get a total education.
^ Books Listed Alphabetically. ^ ^ With Links to our EAB Book & Author Articles containing Details & Reviews. ^ ^ Books are also listed by category on the Topic Pages found on the Right Sidebar Folding Schooner: And Other Adventures in Boat Design‚ The — Philip C.
Bolger. Light Schooner Philip Bolger LOA 23’ Beam 5’ Sail Area ’ This schooner is a long skiff designed along the lines of SURF, JUNE BUG and other Bolger flat-bottomed boats. The sides and bottom are long, slender, and smooth. No V-bottom, no keel, no through bolting, but a clipper bow and lifting stern.
click image above to enlarge. I have two books of Phil Bolgers, “Small Boats” and “The Folding Schooner”. On page 91 of “The Folding Schooner” Bolger has a design for a long proa, around 39′ long in fact.
Neither book has a trimaran nor a catamaran for that matter, though he does have a Trireme if you need the number three to show in something.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bolger, Philip C. Folding schooner, and other adventures in boat design. Camden, Me.: International Marine Pub. Co., © Folded Book Art Tutorial: What you'll need:* A book with the right number of sheets in it to complete your design.* A blank EXCEL spreadsheet.
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I dreamed of having a folding schooner when I was a kid.Folded Book Art - Best & Most Clear Tutorial Available: I just absolutely love creating my own folded book art. It's such a fun way of re-using old books and give them another you're looking for a free pattern, you can get one 've also developed a special beginner friendly starter.Folding Schooner: And Other Adventures in Boat Design: Bolger, Philip C.: Books - 5/5(2).