My Paradox "Johanna"

Building a Matt Layden
13'10" Microcruiser

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Reply SeregaBip1950
2:13 PM on June 28, 2017 
Иногда встречаются уже зрелые люди, уже пережившие ошибки, разочарования и расставания.
Я сейчас читаю и думаю получается совсем другая история.
«Взрослый» роман – как это?
Если знаете напигите.
Reply AngelkaApede
4:19 PM on April 13, 2017 
Ваш доход от 100 000 рублей в месяц гарантирован, потому что:
1.Вы получаете сразу 3 (!!!) методики:
заработок для ленивых;
заработок для активных;
заработок для пенсионеров, домохозяек, студентов и не только
2.Материалы курса содержат:
пошаговые видео уроки;
дополнительные материалы;
Смотреть список всех ссылок необходимых для работы
Reply John Karamanis
7:11 PM on July 26, 2016 
Hello , I am writing from Greece. My name is John and I have purchased the plans for Paradox . I am searching for a small boat for cruising the Agean Sea and our islands. After a lot of searching I have found the Paradox .

I want to ask you as a builder and owner of a paradox how is it to make it and sail it in open sea. And if you are happy with it.

Do you think that is it suitable for Aegean sea;

Best regards.
Reply Bryan Severance
3:15 PM on May 31, 2016 
Hello,

I am looking to make a documentary tv series on the world of solo expeditions on the water. Whether it is micro cruising, kayaking, rowboat - we are looking for people who plan to make big journeys on the water in 2017 in somewhat confined spaces. Or more confined than usual, should I say.

If this is you, or yow know someone that I need to speak to - I would love any help in finding these inspiring stories so we can tell their story.

Thanks and look forward to speaking.
Reply Jim Smith
7:18 PM on February 3, 2016 
this looks like a good project for myself and grand child to work on.
Reply Nige
9:11 AM on December 14, 2015 
I was wondering about insurance. I understand one doesn't have to insure a non powered boat but yours has a motor. Was it a problem?
Reply David
3:44 PM on November 18, 2014 
An inspiration, warms my heart.
Reply David
4:27 PM on September 23, 2014 
Nice Paradox !!

David

Paradox Whisper
Reply Nick
7:42 AM on August 29, 2014 
How do you decide on the shape of the hole in the transom for the tiller ? It's not on the plan ?
Reply paradoxbuild
6:18 PM on April 4, 2014 
Without going out and taking the cover off the boat, I believe that there is 37 inches from sole to hatch cover (that's about 94cm). Saying that, it's rare that I ever need to to sit under a closed hatch. Even when seated you're not sitting upright so you have more headroom than you expect.
Sean Muligan is tall like you so it may be worth looking at his videos of his Paradox "Scout"
http://youtu.be/R7dziswouKA
He doesn't appear to have any real issues.
Suggest you join the paradoxbuilders yahoo group as all these questions have been discussed many times.
Regards
Pete
Dave says...
Your site is the best one I have found on the Paradox build process. Very well done! I am very interested in the design, but am concerned it may be a bit tight since I am about 190 cm tall. Obviously standing with the hatch closed in a no-go except for a very few individuals. But, I am trying to judge how how well I could sit. It looks like approximately 90 to 100 cm of headroom with the hatch closed, but I can't judge well from pictures. Can you provide the vertical headroom with the top hatch closed and the helmsman seat stowed?

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