Many Ways to Potter
Judy Blumhorst's Lecture Notes
Dr. Judy Blumhorst's March 2nd, 2013 lecture on improving the P19
Rye Gewalt's thoughts on a furler alternative.
P19 Rigging Guide
Roger St John's guide to raising the mast and rigging the P19.
A Jibsock/Mast Cover
Karen and Rich Johnson show the Mast Cover/Jibsock that they developed for their 1998 P-19,
Judy Blumhorst's definitive disquisition on potter speed limits...
Idea for a replacement P19 Centerboard Winch
Larry Steffen has a clever and efficient method for dealing with the notorious P19 centerboard winch problem.
Jerry Barrilleaux's P-15 sailing tips
Words of wisdom from one of the best Potter sailors alive...
P19 Backstay Kit
Jerry Barrilleaux's original backstay kit.
Harry Gordon removed
centerboard as a bit of preventive maintenance
Adding Genoa Tracks
Judy Blumhorst has worked out a placement for genoa tracks that some consider superior to the factory scheme.
Raising the Potter 19 Mast Using International Marine's System
[Illustrated article by Eric Pederson on Minnesota Potter web page]
P-15 Rudder-to-Motor Tiller Linkage
A Potter for Baja
Dik Richardson's HMS-18,
is fitted out for serious cruising.
Boom-Mounted Bungee for Easy Sail Furling
Galley for a P-14
Head Sail Changes
Stopping the "Ping"
Push-Pull Rudder Rod for Potter 15
P-19 San Francisco Bay Upgrade
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