A 10m class steel hull radius chine sailing boat

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by ExileMoon, Oct 23, 2009.

  1. ExileMoon
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    LOA:10.2m,
    Beam: 3.20m
    Draft 2.7~1.3m
    Displ. to DWL: 6000Kg
     

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    small modify

    LOA: 9.9m
    hull use 5mm steel plates. about 3200kg.

    cast iron ballast : 1400kg
     

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    hi,

    What is the gol of this post?
     
  4. Steve W
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    Not much lift from that keel strut.
     
  5. apex1

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    Okay......... and then???
     
  6. Ad Hoc
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    Is this like a silent movie...but without the subtitles?
     
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    Good point John, but at least we should hear the Hammond organ!
     
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    Ah yes, that lovely organ :)
     
  9. ExileMoon
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    hi guys, I am back...
    It's a painful things that talk in English for me. So sorry for taciturnity.:)

    the boat displacement up to 7200KG(15900Lb). I add a little draft of hull.
     

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  10. ExileMoon
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    I want to design a sailing boat. It is easy building for DIY, and have enough strength and durability in ocean-going.

    It is heavy and not very good highly faired. will slower than a glass fibre boat . But this is acceptable.

    Now, I feel that the boat is a little narrow when I check the room underdeck. perhaps 39' LOA is better...
     

  11. apex1

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    Do´nt worry, that is valid for half of the Forum members too! Especially for those from the wrong side of the pond...:D

    But it would be nice to learn for what reason you show us your drawings.
    Are you a yacht designer or Naval Architect by profession?

    Regards
    Richard
     
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