Buccaneer 28 Trimaran plans.

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by oldsailor7, Apr 17, 2010.

  1. Marcos Henrique
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    Marcos Henrique Junior Member

    Hi. I'd be very glad if I had a PDF set of these B28 plans. Any real possibility?
     
  2. oldsailor7
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    Hi Marcos and Farjoe,
    I am away from home till the end of this week. When I get back I will see if I can get a set of the B28 PDFs sent to you.
    Cheers. Paddy. :D
     
  3. Marcos Henrique
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    Hi OS7, thank you very much.
     
  4. farjoe
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    that would be very nice of you OS7. thanks.
     
  5. kaimusailing
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    Ahoy OS7,
    I have been following this thread for a long time and would like viewable plans of the B28. I have no inclination to build one, I am already involved with a few boats and am too old to start another. I have many plans of boats and I like to look at them from time to time. I consider the B28 to be a beautiful inspired design, although it is now dated. I would be happy to have legible 8 1/2 X 11 pdf's or jpg's, which are smaller and easier to send as attachments.
    If one wanted to sell full sized building plans, providing smaller viewable copies would help generate interest. I am also looking for Stingray plans and early A Class catamaran plans.
     
  6. Corley
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    Corley epoxy coated

    You might be interested in looking at this thread http://www.boatdesign.net/forums/mu...ld-mosquito-catamaran-tortured-ply-43934.html
    there are some tortured ply "A" class plans on the attachment
     
  7. kaimusailing
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    Thanks Corley. I actually have portions of the Stingray plans somewhere, but it would be great to have it on the computer.
     
  8. buzzman
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    Anyone who wants a copy of the B28 pdfs can download them from my cloud storage file on Mediafire here:

    http://www.mediafire.com/download/jtsyjt3l9y48wrj/Lock_Crowthers_B28_Plans_and_Instructions.pdf

    I'm not sure how many times the file can be downloaded using that URL, so if it doesn't work, PM me and I'll copy the link again.

    If you don't already have a Mediafire account, it may ask you to register for one before it will let you download the file.

    It is perfectly safe to do so, they don't send spam.

    It's similar to Dropbox, but I found and used Mediafire long before Dropbox was invented and have stuck with it so I don't have to copy over hundreds of large files....
     
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  9. kaimusailing
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    Ahoy Buzzman,
    Thank you, the download worked fine.
     
  10. redreuben
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    redreuben redreuben

    Thanks Buzz, have been trying to do same but couldn't get it too work.
    RR
     
  11. Marcos Henrique
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    Thanks Buzz. I downloaded the files. It's OK!
     
  12. kaimusailing
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    kaimusailing Junior Member

    Ahoy SS and 2F2D,
    I notice the modifications to the transom on sheet 7, like an extension. Is the actual boat like that?
    Thanks.
     
  13. DarthCluin
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    DarthCluin Senior Member

    Thank you Buzzman for making the plans available for download, and thank you Sea Stallion for having the PDFs made.
    Being able to study a successful designer's plans increases our knowledge greatly, and this is a very attractive boat to study.
     
  14. Headharbor
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    Headharbor Junior Member

    thank you!

    plus one!
     

  15. oldsailor7
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    Thanks Buzzman and Sea Stallion.
    Now everyone should be happy with the downloaded PDFs.
    Lets hear how you get on with them. :D
     
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