It's a Col Clifford /Compucraft vessel isnt it?
Peter Hansen Yacht sales had it for sale a year or so ago?
Here it is at another brokerage, I...
That little fin was about 300 long and 300 wide
The "Hook" on those strakes is about 300 x 150 x 2 (one each side)
The motor on the boat never...
On the 4m tinny with a 20hp motor I just sold it had an alloy "permatrim" style foil that I made for the motor.
Surface area was similar...
Thanks for the tips above Phil and Steve, got that sorted now.
Tell me, does anyone know if this sort of hull would make it ride/handle better...
Nup, I've given it a go as well, zoomed right in and checked everything and get the same.
But at least those extra plates have vanished.
The transom shows as a curved section on the bottom
That's the odd bits.
Fiddling with now
Heres the file - hope it works
Transom cutout I would have done on the day, I wasnt going to worry about drawings - same for seats, splashwell...
And whats going on here?
What is this mystery "side part 1 (port)"
It doesnt show in the line drawings, just the plates.
Thanks, still couldnt get my head around it as, and obviously I am dong this wrong, this transom is 700mm high so 27.5 inches high.
If a 15 inch...
Well, I suppose that the next question, how do you set 15 degrees for the transom rake?
There is a smidgen of v in the bum, more poor drawing than intentional
A v nosed flattie
At the end of the day an easier build and it should be able to carry more load and should be as stable as the cat...
I'll give that a miss on a one off ;)
Why? Stiffen the panel, buoyancy or both?
Remember any excess weight is bad in my opinion anyways
OK, as a V bottom punt was my second choice after a night on freeship I cant for the life of me figure out yet how to do a v nose bow.
Cat dinghy or normal dinghy?
If a cat dinghy have you any pics?