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Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by jorgepease, Sep 19, 2016.

  1. jorgepease
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    It could be more subtle aft, I wasn't real careful, but even so, in the water, it's not real noticable and it won't trap water like a chine. Going to finish the top on the other one as I learn more, then go back to something like this.

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  2. jorgepease
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    Looks small to me lol :confused:

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  3. redreuben
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    Shuttleworth

    Um, so why not a Shuttleworth cat, he has some big boats in your size range, except his make sense.
    I'm beginning to think this thread is one big troll.
     
  4. groper
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    Jorge - you might want to buy a lagoon 50 instead.... This thing is turning into a montrocity - theres no way its going to be a performance boat with that much volume in it. If you want to go cruising and have super roomy boat - you should probably stick with a full bridgedeck house boat like a lagoon 50-60... they are enormous boats....
     
  5. jorgepease
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    I'm going to ask Shuttleworth ... Troll for what? I have learned a ton from this thread.

    No, it's not like a Lagoon, lol! ... Funny that I take that as an insult.

    Ok, I won't post anymore, you can only ask for so much free help, right )) This thread has been super informative, thanks everyone for your input.
     
  6. jorgepease
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    oops take that back, want to post my finished design, sleek hulls, tight spaces and all.

    I made two versions, one with open transom and the other, this one because I put the aft bunk under the bridgedeck as well. That gives enough room in the bedroom to accommodate a desk and chest of drawers without feeling cramped.

    The open transom version would let me have a full roof for more solar panels, good thing is it can be built either way. I like them both equally except I like the bed under the deck more so leaning that way.

    I think it's pretty good looking!

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    I think it is too bulky looking,....and lacks a good sheer line
     
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    Really? Must be the straight sheer and maybe the huge roof which I need for solar panels. Oh well I will step away from it for awhile and then look again.
     
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    Now this is BULKY - 67 foot Sunreef, only 3 million ...

    Can a boat like this actually sail?
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    That Sunreef is really ugly, and I doubt it has much sailing ability at all. But I guess it the engines failed (bad fuel etc) it could always be coasted home .
     
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    LOL, I took it to be the next generation of Dutch tug boats.
     
  12. jorgepease
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    That would be one nice tug... I will try to appreciate it in that perspective lol.

    Brian, I know how much you love the classic look, sorry to have disgusted you.
     
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    All depends on your customers.
    Do they want speed, size, or style?
     
  14. jorgepease
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    Call Me SLIM

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    cockpit 12'-6" x 27'-4" and hulls make perfect sitting height, just add cushions. That should leave plenty room for a simple galley and canvas will offer protection when it's unpleasant. She is long though - 65'

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