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Foils - accurate centreboard and rudder blades are essential to the good performance of Storer Boat Plans

Swinging Centreboard vs Daggerboard

A discussion about basic pros and cons for swinging centreboards. And dagger centreboards. Centre Board means the board is in the centre. Which is different from a Lee board which is too the side.
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Sabre plywood dinghy. Make one yourself. storerboatplans.com

Q&A How to Race a Dinghy Successfully the Low Stress Way.

Racing shows that what you know is what you know. It doesn’t matter if the boat is less than perfect. So where is it best to put in the effort to improve results. Boat setup, knowing how to adjust for different wind conditions, practicing skills until they become automatic, sailing as much as possible … and teaching others.
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birdsmouth masts. storerboatplans.com

FAQ Birdsmouth masts – butt joins OK? Scarfs are recommended.

[Translate] Birdsmouth masts are a really neat method of making a hollow round or elliptical mast. The mast is made of staves which have a 90 degree notch cut out of the stave’s side with a router or using a table saw. For a round mast, identical staves are made up then held together with […]
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Restoring traditional Australian workboats. USL Code. storerboatplans.com

FAQ USL Code for rebuilding and restoring traditional Australian Boats.

[Translate] Where restoring a traditionally built boat it is important to replace parts of the structure of a similar size to those that are being replaced or missing.  Those sizes are termed “scantlings” The dominant source of this type of information for traditionally built workboats in Australia is the USL Code.  It would probably be […]
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