Buccaneer 24, Buccaneer 28 and now Buccaneer 33 plans are also now to be available.

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by outside the box, Jan 21, 2015.

  1. A II
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    A II no senior member → youtu.be/oNjQXmoxiQ8 → I wish

    Re post #119: Thanks for posting! Besides the Bucc I also like the classic Toyota (J40 ?) tow car there, the ad (sale pending now) has some pics in large format.

    P.S. - The Toyota and the Bucc look for sure like those folks maintain their stuff !
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  2. oldmulti
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    oldmulti Senior Member

    Hi. The bucc 33 "extended" is probably a Buccaneer 36 design which had timber cross arms and foam glass hulls. The 36 is a smaller version of the Buccaneer 40 tri. I have a study plan somewhere of the 36. The 40 study plan will give the idea. I have sailed on a Bucc 33 and sailed on a Bucc 36. The 36 is more an all round cruiser, the Bucc 33 is faster but smaller inside.

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