24' Buccaneer Trimaran

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by tom ybarrola, Apr 23, 2012.

  1. freddyj
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    freddyj Senior Member

    I would like to race my b24. Does anyone know the prhf number for a b24?
     
  2. bruceb
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    bruceb Senior Member

    Tom, good luck, and welcome to the Buc forum :). Hi Patrick, I am happy to see you still have some plans available.
    On another note, A Buc-24 floats and handles just fine with the main hull flooded:(. My old one had a " little" bottom contact this past weekend so we have a dagger trunk project this winter. Good strong boats!
    Bruce
     
  3. bruceb
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    bruceb Senior Member

    Fred, several years ago there was a Buc 24 on Lake Michigan that had a 120 as I remember. There have also been several in the upper east coast/ New England areas that I found in the phrf history files when I was looking. I can't find them now, but I will keep looking.
    B
     
  4. freddyj
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    Here's a little video of my buccaneer sailing.
     
  5. Tom.151
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    Tom.151 Senior Member

    Sweet sounds. Reminder of my earliest days with a Bucc24. Priceless. <3
     

  6. freddyj
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    freddyj Senior Member

    Got new sails on my b24. Got great service and a great price from Precision Sails. The boat is completely transformed! I've already gone over 15 knots and it doesn't even come close to submerging an ama. With the old sails, at 12 knots it would almost submerge.
    That being said, anyone on this list gets close to Wichita Kansas is welcome aboard for a sail and buccaneer talk!
     
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