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24ft Trimaran plans for sale.

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by oldsailor7, Oct 29, 2008.

  1. oldsailor7
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    oldsailor7 Senior Member

    I have a set of Lock Crowthers famous Buccaneer 24 trimaran plans for sale.

    This was arguably Locks most successful design in terms of how many have been built and sailed worldwide.

    Small, strong, fast and seaworthy--one can be built in 500 man hours in a small space.

    Plans include full size patterns, building instructions, bill of materials, a booklet on the Wood/Epoxy building technique and an article on how one was built in six weeks. Many are still cruising and racing. :D

    US$150.00 posted worldwide. If interested PM me for details.
     
  2. chowdan
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    chowdan 1980 PAC41 Liveaboard

    Are these plans still for sale?
     
  3. oldsailor7
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    oldsailor7 Senior Member

    Yes they are.

    PM me if interested.
     
  4. jorgejbp
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    jorgejbp Junior Member

    plans for sale

    are they still available?
    what could be the cost of materials to build?
     
  5. oldsailor7
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    oldsailor7 Senior Member

    The plans are still available.

    As for the cost---you may as well ask "How long is a piece of string". It all depends on how the builder sources his materials and equipment.
    Suffice to say that this tri is probably the least expensive of all because of the well thought out simplicity of design and construction method, combined with low cost of materials.

    The boat basically consists of plywood and longerons, encased in epoxy, with tubular aluminium crossarms and spars, and a pleasing shape.
     
  6. yachtychuck
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    yachtychuck Junior Member

    Buccaneer 24

    If you still have the Buccaneer 24 plans available I'm interested.
     
  7. oldsailor7
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    oldsailor7 Senior Member

    Yes I still have B 24 plans. Since I can't PM or E-mail you, would you please PM me and we can discuss it.

    Cheers. Oldsailor.:D
     
  8. yachtychuck
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    yachtychuck Junior Member

    I'd like to do that but I can't seem to find my private message area. I did turn on my email in my profile if that helps. Sorry for the problem but I'm new to this forum.
     
  9. oldsailor7
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    oldsailor7 Senior Member

    Just go to my last post. Click on my Pseudenym (Oldsailor7) and click on "Send a PM to Oldsailor7." Then post your message.

    Easy Peasy. :D
     
  10. yachtychuck
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    yachtychuck Junior Member

    I don't have that option when I click on yor post. It gives me 4 option but sending a PM is not one of the choices. It may be that I don't have full privileges as a new member.
     
  11. oldsailor7
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    oldsailor7 Senior Member

    Thats Right. You have to have made 5 posts before PM services are available.

    POST ON. Lol. :D
     
  12. yachtychuck
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    yachtychuck Junior Member

    OK I'll see if I can get to 5.
     
  13. yachtychuck
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    yachtychuck Junior Member

    Are the plans complete?
     
  14. oldsailor7
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    oldsailor7 Senior Member

    See my post #1.
     

  15. yachtychuck
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    yachtychuck Junior Member

    I did read your first post.
    I sent you an email I hope it didn't go to your spam filter
     
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