Free design for amateur boatbuilders

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Alik, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. Alik
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  2. Pointyendfwd
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    Hi Alik,

    Like the boat. The Russian is taking me some time though.

    Some of the nicest lines I have seen in a long time, for a plywood boat.

    I would like to know where to get the offsets for the hull panels, I'd like to build a model.

    The coachroof is very nice as well, it is a hard part to get right in ply. The other boats on the site are interesting, especially the 8 meter cruiser.
     
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    Thanks!
    We also did the model 1:10 scale, so I'll look for hull panels.
     
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    Renders

    Very impressive and complete CAD. Do you have a render of the cabin from the bow looking back? Especally the access to the double berth under the cockpit?

    MH
     
  5. Alik
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    We don't have this render. The access to aft berth is seen at frame F. The seat (3) is removable.
    Loft drawing in vector format will soon be available for free download at the same website.
    Please, report about boats in construction, ask questions if any.
     
  6. Tim B
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    Tim B Senior Member

    Lovely boat, Alik. Could I just ask if it could be drawn a little longer at the bow, with the two sides meeting at a point? It would just drop the drag a little while going through waves. Looks very nice though, other than that (and that may just be me).

    Thanks for telling us,

    Tim B.
     
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    Thaks, Tim. It could be, of course and some builders of her make this modification to the original design. The reason we drew rounded pram bow is the limit of length. The boat is thought to be stored in standard 6m garage.
     
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    I did wonder if that could be the reason. I like the boat. If I had any more money I'd be tempted to build one myself.

    Cheers,

    Tim B.
     
  9. Alik
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    That is significant economy for off-season storage.

    For those going to build this boat - ask on details and specification in English.
     
  10. Pointyendfwd
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    Hi Alik,

    Do you have a bill of materials for the boat, rigging details included?
    Have any of these boats been built yet?
    If so, how is the performance?

    Thanks,
     
  11. Alik
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    Hi,
    We don't have bill of materials, but I can ask the builders. Several boats are in construction, none of them is already reported to be on water.
     
  12. Alik
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    MATERIALS*
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    Plywood total: - 26 sheets, 2.5x1.25 m
    Wood: oak - 0.11 m3, pine - 0.50 m3
    Epoxy resin - 50 kg;
    Glass cloth - 150 m2
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    *- losses included
     
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    Pilgrim 590

    I would like to know where I can find the project translated to english, it seems that the pilgrim is a nice boat but I know nothing about russian!!!
    Please help
    bbullet@rocketmail.com
     
  14. Alik
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    OK, sending You specifications in English.
     

  15. bbullet
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    bbullet New Member

    More information again... : )

    Alik,
    could you post any emails about people that is building the pilgrim? Or some sites?
    By the way thanks for the specifications
     
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