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Be warned, I'm not a carpenter or even a half good skillsmen (whatever that may mean) engineer or what is needed to build a boat LOL !! Location: Australia It may sail like time has been suspended, I suspect, but who's in a hurry ? Originally Posted by messabout Westel; your craftsmanship appears to be far better than you have suggested. No doubt about your observation that it's overkill but that's due lack of knowledge.A marine architect would probably use half the material of what I used so far.
A 10 footer will be slow by any means and carrying a lot of weight certainly ain't gonna make it faster. Location: Arlington, WA-USA I have considered the chine runners as a means of eliminating a center board and have thought it can be made much more effective if it was made like a little winglet rather than a long flow fence.
I have also considered the design of a minimalist pocket cruiser, and the pram or squared off bow would give you the most interior space for the same length. Chine runners however are a steady part of the hull and making them 5 inches wide might make them vunarable. I must say though that modern scows are quite attractive but perhaps less suited for a backyard builder like myself.
I have the wacky idea to use 2 front stays,spreaded from the top of the mast to inbetween the first bulkhead position and the bow. I wanted to have the mast within reach when standing in the hatch in order to avoid as much as possible, climbing onto the foredeck.
Does any one know if there is something like a watertap that can be screwed on a 5 liter water bottle ? Location: Mexico, Florida As for stretch out room, a comfortable shorter 'bunk' could be built if it resembled in form a recliner chair in reclined mode. Besides that, half the water storage is located just in front of the cabin and the other half just behind the cabin, I need to have easy access to that. Location: Lakeland Fl USA The process of doing a skillful boat build has its' disadvantages.
When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals. She also had to be quick to build for only one or two people and fit a terminally ill wallet.
Launched in 1995, I have crossed the South Atlantic three times on her and experienced a run of nearly 250 miles in 24 hours and a top speed of nearly 22 knots.


Offwind performance was a major priority with this design and on headings with the wind aft of abeam she will sail with most 50 footers. Her lines are thoroughly modern, with short overhangs, fine bow at the waterline and powerful stern. The hull is fairly slim and well flared to give a narrow waterline, reduced drag and improved comfort at sea. She can also be built with the stern overhang extended by 0,57m for better performance due to increased sailing length and cleaner wake. The mast is deck-stepped on top of the main bulkhead, which is reinforced with timber posts.
The fractional rig has double swept spreaders, giving a stable setup which does not require runners.
Down below, the layout is based on a feature found in most of my designs, the midship engine. The forecabin has a full width double berth with loose tops which can be removed for racing, leaving a large sail locker.
There are two double quarter berths aft, the starboard one in an optional private aft cabin. This is not a hi-tech boat, rather being one which can give performance satisfaction to those who want to sail close to the hi-tech guys but without the high cost. My "Didi" (previously named "Black Cat") has lived up to all of my expectations in her design concept.
We have received many enquiries about a more cruising oriented version of the Didi 38 than the racing image of our "Black Cat".
Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. It will need quite a bit of bottom curvature in order to get the transom up to the waterline. Showing such ability is all the commander in chief needs to see when planning a renovation of the house.
I built her myself in my garden to prove the innovative methods of construction which I designed into her, to achieve a strong and light structure which could be built by people with average handyman skills and a very modest budget. Efficiency upwind was not forgotten and here she can hold off challenges from most yachts of similar size. Sections are slightly Veed throughout the length to give a large planing surface, efficient when upright or slightly heeled.
It gives excellent access for maintenance, places the heavy weight at the optimum position to reduce pitching and allows a flatter after underbody because the weight is not having to be supported as far aft. Drawn initially for the Cape to Rio Race, stores and gear must be carried for 5 crew for 4 weeks.
She gave us 248 nautical miles in 24 hours, a top speed of 17 knots and an incredible period of an hour in pitch dark mid ocean when our boatspeed remained over 13 knots.


I would recommend her to any potential amateur builder who wants a performance design which he can build for himself at reasonable cost.
This further increases the strength and stiffness of an already strong concept, producing a great fast cruiser.
If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. It will take up to a 15 hp short shaft motor and will carry up to 5 people maximum or 4 people comfortably . The forward underbody has been shaped to develop dynamic lift to keep the bow up at speed and promote surfing and planing. After having crossed the South Atlantic twice on my DIDI 38 I can vouch for the comfort of a light boat of moderate beam. They are through-bolted to the hull and supported by the internal I-beam backbone and laminated ribs.
It places everything below the mast in compression rather than trying to force the hull and deck apart, as happens with a keel-stepped mast.
It also allows a good seagoing U-shape galley to be built around the engine, with centreline sinks. This eliminates the possibility of endangering the vessel through a lost cockpit locker lid. A lack of proper stowage results in a disorganised boat which is bad for crew morale and dangerous in an emergency. She has also regularly featured in the prizes in local short-handed and coastal passage races. It uses the same fore-triangle as the fractional rig so headsails, spinnakers and deck layout are identical.
It is of the same weight but has a larger bulb to keep the CG low for safety for trans-ocean use.
True this is not a race boat but it needs to have enough speed to make some progress when facing an opposing tide or current. The difference comes in reduced mainsail size and rig weight, as well as lower centre of effort. It also is a good choice for a larger portable dinghy or a primary boat for the rivers, lakes and bays !
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