Free design for amateur boatbuilders

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

  1. frankoo6
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    frankoo6 Junior Member

    hi nice boat i need in inglish please

    hi alik can you sen specifications in inglish of kavalier 800 and p 590 and sistem metric please

    my e-mail is : frankoo6775@yahoo.com.mx

    thanks .....
     
  2. larry bethel
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    larry bethel New Member

    larry

    Alik I would love to get my hands on K800 plans,However as I,m on dial up they would likely cause a jam that would take forever to unblock.Have plenty of space.No Broadband in my location.What are my options?Oh! and by the way I'm new,ish to internet stuff so draw the dots up pretty close together please. Kind regards Larry.
     
  3. Jeff
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    Jeff Moderator

  4. otxi
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    otxi New Member

    P590 Design in English

    Alik,

    Excellent design, it's possible to get english version of the P590 design and specifications. Thanks!

    fgonzalez78@hotmail.com

    :)
     
  5. ToMeK
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    ToMeK Young naval architect

    Sailboats

    Hi,

    does anyone now where can I find some drawings (it would be good if they were free), for some small (around 5m long) sport sailboats. It would be good if it was made of wood, in the style of riva motorboats. You know, very shine and 'fancy', but without any cabin.
    thanks. my email is tprosine@gmail.com

    ToMeK
     
  6. boristhespie
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    boristhespie Junior Member

    News

    First of all, has anyone built one of these, it's been awhile now and it would be nice to hear how they perform and how easy they are to build. SECONDLY any chance of getting the plans in english for the lovely Cralya 630 which is on the NAZAROV website.

    http://nyd.da.ru/



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  7. ziquiel
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    ziquiel New Member

    kavalier 800

    Hi Alik,

    I´m new in this and i need if you can, you please send me plans in english for this great design (Kavalier800).
    My email is torte5taafondo@yahoo.com.ar
     
  8. Robin Larsson
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    Robin Larsson Junior Member

    Seriosly, all of you that post things like, Hi Alik, could you email me the drawings, Are you unable to read? Read the whole thread and you´ll soon see that the drawings are downloadable on more than one site by now. Use those sites instead of harassing Alik:) He´s already done alot of work design the great boat for free..

    By the way, I really like your designs Alik, could imagine to build some of them, but I promise to not hassle you for the plans;) Really nice of you to give away that much work for free!
    But I must say that the Alien 1350 is the most interesting for me. How much would a complete set of drawings cost?

    Have a nice evening everyone:)

    //Robin
     
  9. Raggi_Thor
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    Raggi_Thor Nav.arch/Designer/Builder

    Good point Robin :)
    A lot of interesting boats on Alik's web pages!
     
  10. Robin Larsson
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    Robin Larsson Junior Member

    Thanks Thor:)

    Fast du förstår väl svenska gissar jag?:) But since this is an english forum, I´ll keep it in english.

    Yeah, Alik really got some nice designs, I like that modern sporty design. Suppose you do to Thor? Bit OT, but do you, or anyone else know how the new Backman 31 and 41 are coming along?

    Alik, the Alien 1350, its planned to have a canting keel?

    Keep up the good work Alik!

    //Robin
     
  11. aitchem
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    aitchem Junior Member

    Don't see what you're all getting fired up about.

    Or...is it the word "FREE".?
     
  12. Minjai
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    Minjai New Member

    Extremely nice boat. Could you also send me a copy of the English translation please? allyn@allyn.wanadoo.co.uk

    Many thanks
     
  13. PsiPhi
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    PsiPhi Newbie

    Hi
    Just seen the Pilgrim 590, love the design, downloaded plans at http://www.boatdesign.net/nyd/P590/
    As this would be the first boat I build, if I build it, I lack a bit in expertise.
    Has anyone documented the the procedure so that a newbie could follow it?
    Be grateful for any info that would guide construction.
    - simonfbroad@yahoo.com
     
  14. joz
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    joz Senior Member

    If you want free design then get yourself a copy of the latest edition of Wooden Boat Magazine on page 44-51 which entails on small boat design
     

  15. Alik
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    Alik Senior Member

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