Micro - the
keel sharpie queen
Straight stem, straight
stern, slab sides, flat hulls - and ballasted keels
Micro - just a little more
- daysailing comfort
The queen of the Bolger
keel sharpies and the world's only real pocket cruiser: 15'4"
x6', draft 1'9", sail 153 sq ft
you Roger Keyes' adventuring Micro, Paloma
Other Micros rampage at the
ends of these external links plundered from the Bolger
Boats on the Web listing:
original photo on the web
DEFINITIVE Micro page from Chuck Merrell. "Trivial Pursuit" in great
photos and construction photos, with a link to an extreme goldplater Micro!
This is a MUST SEE page. Technical details, links and an archive
of the original Micro newsletters.
more Micro... Construction, internals. Note, large photos in this link.
even more on Micro construction... Look, read, learn as John Morrice
progresses through construction in the chilly British Isles.
another progressive construction... A good building page from Rob Feeney.
one with a bowsprit, no less.. Demountable bowsprit and jib added,
a sort of racing (?) version to terrify other boats and her crew alike.
Stan Muller's Snow Goose building shots...
Peter Lenihan's Micro...
is it a YAM? (yet another Micro?) Well, yes, but this boat, like
Blanca, has really done things.
For those who want a little
bit more: 19'6" x 6', draft 1'9'', sail 263 sq ft
At the risk of being excommunicated
by the Master, SquareBoats has Dave Zeiger
and Anke Wagner's Zoon, a modified Long Micro with leeboards
rather than keel. Conventional Long Micros haul their keels on these
Micro Totally reworked website choc-a-bloc with information, FAQs,
photos on this great pocket cruiser. Square boats really rule OK!
This is the best info available on the Long Micro.
Daysailer much bigger
than her dimensions suggest: 11'7" x 5'1'', draft 1'3", sail 91 sq
Sail up Sydney Harbour without
a rudder - Heinrich Rose's maiden voyage
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