Karl Caswell

Karl Caswell in British Columbia, Canada is building a 150% T2.  That works out to about twenty seven feet (8.1M).  It's not just a stretch as several builders have done but 150% in all three dimensions.  It weighs about 100 pounds at this stage.

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  1. I'd hate to hoist it on a roof rack.

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  2. Haha would need a pretty long car for that to work...

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  3. She / he will be formidable. Wonder if the planking, iako length, sail area, are 150% too! Please keep us posted and good luck!

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  4. Do we know what the design weight and displacement are?

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  5. Any update on this project? I'm really interested to see how it handles.

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  6. How does this affect the T2's displacement? I recall that being a complaint of Chris Grill's, and honestly, the only reason I'm not considering building a T2 is its lack of displacement.

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    1. Chris Grill's canoe was only stretched in length. Karl's 3D scaling will result in more than double the carrying capacity of the standard T2.

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