It seems this design is so obsolete that nobody remeber:-)
Are you sure galvanized ferrous material will merge well with cement?
It reminds me East german boats.
Try to ask help at http://www.oldieboote.de/en/navigation/home.html
It seems this site DN Goodchild archives does not work anymore.
What a pitty. I cant get in.
Sauerkraut definitely, and red turnip also lasts long:-)
Rather by mistake i found this boat....
It seems people around are using epoxy primer, epoxy coat and sometimes polyurethane as last coat. I am speaking about fresh water environment....
Are you sure that maintenance issue concern is valid in epoxy era?
I found also Transition 18-20 ft from Clarkcraft.com
not exactly like requested designs, but in steel (or aluminium) and under 8m.
As European, you should consider european producer, not only from obvious reasons, but also compare prices of parts and their availabilty,...
Dear SteelT. Go through this thread and Daiquiri allready replied and explained problems of stainless. I will allso recoment you to check threads...
I cant disagree, but look at the videos on their site.
Check this out:)
The only truly recyclable material in boatbuilding is metal,
the rest is bait for customers.
I am looking for backdecker plans, not a sailboat.
I am sorry for resuscitating decayed thread (what more, even hijacked one)
But as none of above links is working and google also didnt
although i came through all threads here, i still have few things in mind. When looking for something different, i accidentally found...
Maybe its rather called vee-drive?
I meant instalation similar to below picture.
i got another question.
Is anybody producing true v-drive transmission in europe?
Remind me german cabin cruisers.