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Published 24.04.2015 | Author : admin | Category : Sailboat Drawings

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The photographs and details on this site are provided on the understanding that all negotiations will be conducted by Western Horizon Yachts acting as broker for the vendor. All photography and virtual tours remain copyright of Western Horizon Yachts Ltd 2006 - 2016. I have been designing, surveying and overseeing construction on barges similar to your needs for some years now.
Location: USA Dutch Barge type plans Selway Fisher in the UK has 2 nice barge plans. Location: USA Production boat costs In starting this thread, the initial intent was to foster some ideas on Dutch Barge design that would enable laymen to build their own.
Dutch barges seem to be among the best vessels for live aboard uses as well as relatively slow travel at modest economical power. Originally Posted by Greenseas2 Dutch barges seem to be among the best vessels for live aboard uses as well as relatively slow travel at modest economical power. If I were to consider crossing the Channel I'd construct a pair of disposable amas and make the passage as a trimaran with all hatches battened down. Location: UK When considerig a suitable design or construction material, don't overlook how rough life in the canals can be. Most boats 'bash' their way through the canals, bouncing off all and sundry, and that includes you if you are near them.
But by knowing you are at least as tough as what's around you, by having a well protected prop with good access so you can remove the inevitable shopping trolley from it and by having large bomb proof mooring bits, are some of the best ways of relaxing and hence being able to enjoy some of the world's best cruising waters. Originally Posted by Crag Cay But by knowing you are at least as tough as what's around you, by having a well protected prop with good access so you can remove the inevitable shopping trolley from it and by having large bomb proof mooring bits, are some of the best ways of relaxing and hence being able to enjoy some of the world's best cruising waters.


Location: The heights of High Wycombe, not too far from River Thames The 90 degree chines could shaped at 45 degrees from a shallow 6 degree V hull bottom.
As for those ill mannered steel craft, if they come that close, I board them with my cutlass and flintlock pistols, kill all the men and **** their women. When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals.
Ro-JaThis large dutch barge, with already comfortable accommodation, in cruising condition and with a massive hold ready to convert to create an incredible living space. This is an amazing opportunity to create an incredible home, moored at Port Werburgh, the UK’s largest residential marina, with a friendly community of houseboat owners, beautiful, secure surroundings and close travel links by road and rail to London.
I am based in the UK and am fully conversant with all the relevant design Codes of Practice. Everything you will bump into (including other boats) are all built to commercial, solid, unforgiving standards. Inflatable fenders don't last very long and using old tyres is discouraged as they can be ripped off their lines (or dropped) and then they sink and block the lock gate mechanisms.
Extra layers of marine ply could be added to critical areas with heavy glass cloth laminated over.
There was a new fire alarm and smoke detection system fitted in 2010.The fully equipped wheelhouse provides incredible views, and enables good all round vision for cruising purposes. Preliminarily, the use of the barge would be to inland waters with only short offshore excursions in flat calm conditions. You will hit bottom from time to time, typically with any chines you might have below the water line grinding on the rock 'rip rap' that lines the canal edges, as you move over to allow several hundred tons of commercial barge to zip past.
The basic criteria is large volume and low, economical power as well as moderate to low construction costs. Behind the wheelhouse is a good sized deck area to enjoy your surroundings in comfort, with a 1.8 tonne hi-ab.


Despite a 'no wake' rule, you will have to be able to survive being thrown against underwater obstacles by these boats' hefty wash. That's one reason I like the Dutch barge designs (wider, a bit more wave capacity) than the strict English narrowboats. There is a further large room to the bow after the hold which could easily be another lounge or double bedroom, office or even a self contained flat. Batteries for engine, 800 amp hours service batteries. 3 electric bilge pumps, one of which is automatic. In assessing building materials for the hull, I would suggest strip plank and epoxy to make a strong and fair hull. When we get to a design that looks like is just made for plywood construction (or obviously simple plate steel), the only publically available plans I've really found are the Selway-Fisher ones.
Topsides would also be composite and made of high grade ply that is coated with epoxy on all exposed surfaces. Thus, if you build a composite vessel to the same strength and stiffness as GRP or Ally, then it will weigh much less. Sliding side door for direct access to side deck. Sliding steering wheel seat for two persons. The Selway Fisher Barge design is a good example; however, it isn't a Dutch barge configuration and I've never heard or have been able to find any history of a Teign River gravel barge that the design is meant to represent. Navigation instruments, Level indicators. The Flying Bridge has Teak decking with wide teak steps, Windshield in steel, Steering wheel console with integrated control panel, rev counter and alarms.
Fuel gauges, Navigation instruments, hydraulic steering system, up and down anchor winch control unit, Bow thrusters control unit, steering compass, stainless steel steering wheel, foghorn, stainless steel handrail with solid timber handrail capping, Sunshade cover, sliding contoured helmsman's seat, 2 storage lockers, Room for life raft, lifting point (stern).




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