cartopper

cartopper

(ˈkɑːˌtɒpə)
n
an object, esp a small boat, designed to be transported on top of a vehicle
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Oddly enough, it's at the microskiff and cartopper level where another tantalizing possibility is coming to light.
This belief stems from my childhood, when I fished from a 14-foot cartopper," he says, "rowing around the Morgan's Point area of Lake Erie in the eastern basin.
Here it is, the final installment in our three-part series on how to build Cartopper, our sailing skiff.
10 x 1" stainless steel pan head screws and washers 3 TFH Cartopper Sailing Hardware Kit(*) 1 6-1/2' varnished basswood oars(*) 1 pair Cartopper Leg o'mutton Dacron sail(**) 1 Lacquer thinner 1 qt.
Here's the second installment of how to build Cartopper, our sailing skiff.
Cartopper was designed by Philip Bolger, a prominent boat designer, and the building methods were refined by Harold "Dynamite" Payson (see For More Information, p.
Part of the TFH Cartopper Fiberglassing Kit, available from Spruce Head Marine, Dept.
You can also purchase additional plans for Cartopper ($35) and many other tack-and-tape designs from him.
After years of running tiny cartoppers, he took the leap in '82.
Northerners moving to Florida brought countless family cartoppers with them and they're probably more common here than in any southern state.