While we are on the subject of tacking outrigger canoes… Posted by Tim Shaw On August 23, 2009 Filed under Boatbuilding, Great Designs & Designers, Paddling Outrigger Canoes 1 Comment Thanks to Peter Evens from tacking-outrigger.com for dropping by with his advice. His site has some nice designs if you are interested in this subject. Share this:ShareEmailFacebookTwitterGooglePinterest 1 Comment for “While we are on the subject of tacking outrigger canoes…” Mike Vandepeer says: Peter has some really great concepts and design ideas. if anyone has a tippy boat the outrigger is surely the way to go. I recall seeing a little 16ft sailboat which as the owner got older had a single out rigger added then as he got even older another was added on the other side, now a 16 ft trimaran was about as wide as it was long and if it did flip then there was only sitting on the hull till rescue. keep up the good work mike http://www.woodenboatbuilding.net/ Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Notify me of followup comments via e-mail Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.