Plans contact: susanne altenburger phil bolger & friends inc. 66 atlantic street gloucester, ma 01930-1627 usa. some designs are available at dynamite payson’s website information sources: the bolger design list is of some assistance. bolger boats on the web is a another resource. any search in a search engine with the term bolger - and the name of the design - will usually yield results.. Jn the early 1980s, phil bolger drew the micro pocket cruiser for sailor and plans promoter elrow larowe. the 15-foot 4-inch plywood cat-yawl has proven to be a popular and capable sailer. long micro, as the name implies, is a stretched (19-foot 6-inch) version on the same 6-foot beam.. Plans for boat houses refferal: 9713839573 this is a bolger micro,with a few minor deviations from the plans. (the bow transom should be semi open to drain the main mast well.).

Bolger Chebacco | 3D Warehouse

Bolger chebacco | 3d warehouse

Master listing of all known Phil Bolger designs.

Master listing of all known phil bolger designs.

Designs by Albert Strange and Philip C Bolger Commentary ...

Designs by albert strange and philip c bolger commentary

CHUPI | WoodenBoat Magazine

Chupi | woodenboat magazine

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Phil Bolger Boat Plans

Bolger’s first boat design was a 32-foot sportfisherman published in the january 1952 issue of yachting magazine. he subsequently designed more than 668 different boats, from a 114-foot-10-inch replica of an eighteenth-century naval warship, the frigate surprise, to the 6-foot-5-inch… Continue Reading