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Published 08.04.2016 | Author : admin | Category : Diy Sailboat Plans

Location: Florida Ill bump the thread whilei do Biology homework =\ Alex J. The long waterline length coupled with the narrow beam will make for an easily driven hull, while the flat bottom will give the most stability.
Cut one panel in half widthwise, then cut 2 10" strips lengthwise from the remaining panels. Strategy: Use your lightest strongest people as paddlers, with the heavier of the two in the back.
Use any scraps to reinforce the floors where your legs will go and make seats between the pairs of crossarms. If anyone on your team has drywall experience let him rip the wood with a razor knife if allowed, it will save lots of time. No matter which design you pick practice the build technique with cardboard and wire, it's cheap and will give your team a big edge on the learning curve. Location: South Florida USA correction Never mind this correction, I just saw the edit button. If nobody has paddling experience, borrow a canoe or kayak for a couple hours, to get the feel of it.
If you are really serious about winning, and willing to spend $50, you can build a full-scale version, and paddle it!
5200 is VERY sticky stuff, you don't need a lot to stick things together, but make sure you are generous below the waterline, so that you have no gaps! Location: South Florida USA Results I just recieved a trade magazine that posted the results of this race.
From the pictures I can't tell what designs the So Broward teams used, some of these kids may end up here some day!
Originally Posted by solrac hey Alex, maybe this can help: The cat shown will float so deeply that there will be excessive wetted area - so it will be slow - and you can't paddle it fast enough to make use of the reduced wavemaking drag of a multihull. People always go for exotic shapes - cats - slim canoes - and then find they don't float upright or can't keep small waves out - or leak and can't be bailed because the hulls are inaccessible or just can't float the crew.
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If you are looking for a unique blue water cruiser that can serve as a vacation getaway or live-aboard this Herreshoff has the potential to be something special.
GPS, Radar, SSB, VHF, Wind generator, two solar panels, water maker, auto pilot, refrigerator, water heater, propane Force 10 stove, electric windless, Groco porcelain head, dinghy with 6-horse two stroke. The spacious salon features a a large settee to port and a dinnette that converts to an additional double berth. Aluminum mast and boom, ss standing rigging, main in good condition, roller furling genoa in good condition, internal halyards lead aft to cockpit.
Grey water pumps directly overboard and black water can be pumped overboard or to holding tank. For sale is a beautifully crafted, 11? Atkin designed lapstrake (each plank overlaps the one beneath it) gaff rigged, cat boat. Proceeds from this classic boat, new trailer, sail and oars will be donated to Little Traverse Sailors Sailing School.
You've got plenty of time, so practice your building skills and it will definetely pay off.
Designed by Halsey Herreshoff the 38 Cat Ketch is basically a one-off creation with each vessel having unique features.
As you come below the aft stateroom is on your left with double berth, under-berth storage, and hanging locker. There?s a Magma grill for the fresh catch-of-the-day, and a swim ladder to help you on get on board after swimming or diving.
Galley features a combination stove with oven, stainless steel sink, ice box, and hot and cold pressurized water. It was traditionally built and donated by students at the Great Lakes Boat Building School in Cedarville, MI. I created this site mostly for my own browsing pleasure, but if you like it too - all the better. Extremely sea-worthy with excellent handling the Herreshoff will get you where you want to go and back safely. To your right is a full galley with teak cabinets, tile counter, stainless steel sink, ice box, and even a dishwasher. Great class association and excellent sailing characteristics have created a fleet that holds value well. Use strips of ply 2" wide to laminate up some support for the sheer edge, stitch it all together.

The salon has large wraparound dinette, teak dining table with storage, under-seat and bulkhead storage. Use one 2x2 for paddle handles with 18" blades, use the other for cross braces for the boat.
When they are glued and wired together, Glue and stitch your chine logs on the bottom outside edge, 2 holes per stitch, put your twists on the outside. Have your most experienced person supervise both hull builds so they are as close to same as possible.
Private head with shower and vanity is located starboard between the forward cabin and the salon. We have enjoyed many happy days aboard Mal de Mer but because of our age, 79, we are facing the dreadful day when we have to give her up. Cut 1" strips from where the scrap will come from the ends of the boat, each about 4' long.
Use the 2 x 2's in half for 4 crossarms in pairs that will double as seats as you will paddle canoe style with your legs bent under you. The stock navigation desk and instrument panel is separated from the galley by a custom unit for more instruments and galley shelves.
Spread the sides apart so the outside edges are 28" apart and use a piece of 2x2 as a brace across the bottom. The cockpit is large and comfortable with cockpit seats that are easily long enough for lounging or sleeping. To beef up the sheer, glue a couple of layers of 2" wide ply along the outside top edge of the sides and put as many pieces of 2x2 across the width of the boat as you can.
Use any leftover ply (after making your paddles) to reinforce the bottom where the paddlers will sit or step into the boat. Leave the stitches in on the ends and bottom but take them out of the sheer before using the boat! Use your remaining glue to fill all the stitch holes and pound the stitch twists into the wood and cover with glue for protection from sharp points.If I have forgotten anything I'm sure you will be able to figure it out.

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