30 meters fast craft

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  1. jihed
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    jihed New Member

    does anyone knows where I could find an offset or hull form of around 30m steel fast craft? i have been looking for a long time but never find anything close to what i am looking for.
     
  2. Tim_Hastie
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    how fast is fast...sail boat fast or resuc boat fast ? Metalcraft Marine has some good boats that could easily be scaled up to suit. Their jet boats go around 38 kts.

    TIM
     
  3. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    What are you looking for?

    I know of some unfinished hulls, some with engines and shafts available in the Baltimore area. The hulls are what the USN calls "Fast Patrol Ship" (PTF) being about 80' LOD, 25' beam, 6' draft, displacing near 50 tons, 4" shafts, 48" props, sleeps a platoon or so.

    I also know of a Santa Crus 70 for sale, but we don't know what you want . . .
     
  4. jihed
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    jihed New Member

    yes thats what i am looking for the Fast Patrol Ship. i am looking for an offset or hull form for a Fast patrol Ship it doesnt matter what kind but with about 80' LOD.
     
  5. wawa
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    yah..great..

    hey...i'm quite interested in the PTF...could you give the links or reference?
     
  6. CDBarry
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    Get the NPL series data from RINA. (D. Bailey, 1976)

    This is a model series with offsets for fast patrol craft.
     
  7. wawa
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    where can i get?..

    thanks for information on the offset data...do mean this paper "Twenty-Fourth Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics"?....if not, where can i get the data?..from RINA website?
     
  8. CDBarry
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    Maritime Technology Monograph No. 4, "The NPL High Speed Round Bilge Displacement Hull Series" D. Bailey, MRINA, RINA, 1976
     

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    THERIAULTMARINE FULL MARINE SERVICES

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