Buccaneer (Crowther) 33 details

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by bruceb, Jan 21, 2012.

  1. bruceb
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    bruceb Senior Member

    Old rotten boats

    David, I may take you up on your offer- I like looking at other peoples boats. The one in miami does have foam/glass hulls and unknown decks. I think it was built by Patrick (OS7) and friends in Canada, and should be fairly light. The 33s seem very robust, I guess that is why so many seem to have survived 30+ years. My 24's main hull was in decent condition, but I have replaced the decks on my floats- wood just isn't very long-lasting in floats as they are really hard to keep ventilated properly. I expect the 33 is the same. B

  2. HASYB
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    HASYB Senior Member


    When I visited Evecom last summer Alan mentioned he still has studyplans for the buc 33.

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