Buccaneer 24 Trimaran

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by Samnz, Dec 1, 2008.

  1. oldsailor
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    oldsailor Junior Member

    Quite literally a torpedo like bulge just below the water line at the bow.
     
  2. popeyensweetp
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    For sale 24 lock tri

    Iam in Sarasota florida and have a 24, some rot but all the rig and trailer is great. giving it away for 1500.00 call 941-232-4721
     
  3. bruceb
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    Buc in Florida

    Popeye, is that the one that has been on Craig's list recently?
     
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  5. freddyj
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    Does anyone know what the prhf rating is on a buc24?
     
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  7. redreuben
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    redreuben redreuben

    Junk rig on a Bucc to be polite is a “mismatch”
    IMHO.
     

  8. bruceb
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    bruceb Senior Member

    I will not make a judgement on whether a JR is appropriate, but the way a Buc 24 is designed, the mast, if keel stepped, would have to be just in front of the forward cross beam. The daggerboard trunk is just aft of the beam and is part of the basic structure. I would expect the mast would need to be forward to keep the rig COE in the correct place anyway. I think it would be pretty easy to install the necessary support in that area.
    It might be an interesting cruising rig.
    B
     
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