Bloop Motorfloater

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martinburns
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Bloop Motorfloater

Post by martinburns » Sat Feb 22, 2020 6:42 pm

Has anyone considered building a Bloop Motorfloater?
It seems to be very well designed by Mike Sandlin who has a number of designs to his credit.

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Chris Martyr
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Re: Bloop Motorfloater

Post by Chris Martyr » Sun Mar 08, 2020 3:46 pm

Shame on me ,,,I must’ve missed this post .

But what a lovely little flying machine ! Just my style.. :D

Probably best suited to a quiet , balmy , rural U.S. airfield , somewhere out in the sticks where time has stood still .
It’s designer , Mike Sandlin looks to be a pretty switched-on guy in the U/L field .

Good post Martin ....Love it.. :D
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Re: Bloop Motorfloater

Post by BrianHunt » Tue Mar 10, 2020 1:37 pm

That does look like fun on a calm summer's evening :)
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Re: Bloop Motorfloater

Post by martinburns » Wed Mar 11, 2020 3:58 pm

In between the storms there have been a surprising number of calm days recently. You might be able to fly a motorfloater here even in winter (with lots of insulation).
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