efficient 10m displacement powercat (build thread)

Discussion in 'Boatbuilding' started by groper, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. Givitago
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    Givitago Junior Member

    I just caught up on this reading this thread, last i saw it was ready for water..and now,,
    Lost for words Groper, awesome job and getting life memories from trips, great video as well. Hats off to you sir.
     
  2. groper
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    groper Senior Member

    I thought I'd put this out there but if anyone is interested in purchasing this boat, I am open to all reasonable offers. Contact me via PM.
     
  3. DennisRB
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    Need to pay for materials for the big sailing cat eh? Good luck with the sale.
     
  4. Speedling
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    Speedling Junior Member

    Did you have any sketches or drawings of the interior layout? I didn't recall after reading everything. I am just wondering how the sleeping arrangement worked out for 4 on a 32' boat! Seems like an excellent size and layout. I perhaps would slide the windshield section forward slightly just to give more cockpit area if it were me, but honestly your dimensions look amazing!
     
  5. groper
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    groper Senior Member

    its a 35ft waterline cat not 32ft. LOA is 11m inc outboards.

    heres pics of the sleeping arrangement, bathroom to hull interior and finally saloon and cockpit... make me an offer i cant refuse :)

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  6. Speedling
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    Speedling Junior Member

    I wish i could offer something for that boat! As it stands i probably couldn't afford shipping to the great lakes up here!
     
  7. DennisRB
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    Seems to have decent accommodations for 35'.
     

  8. brian eiland
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    brian eiland Senior Member

    Here is an interesting new variation on that CS hull shape...sailing version...


     
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