Free design for amateur boatbuilders

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

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    Alik,

    This looks like a fine boat. However I am having trouble transulating your pages. If you could send me an english version of the specs. I am planning on starting on a boat this fall, and this book may just be it.

    Thanks,

    Mike

    MLKress@applied1.com
     
  3. Tohbi
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    alik, did you really use 50 kg of epoxy?
     
  4. ErikG
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    50 kg's of Epoxi and 150 m2 of reinforcment? Sound awfully high for a plywoo boat to me.
     
  5. Alik
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    Alik Senior Member

    Plywood we have is not specially intended for boatbuilding, more proection needeed... That is real to our expireince.
     
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    your design

    Uao nice design, I will send it to our discussion group, see cantierino.it - to discuss about it and to find somebody who intend to produce it more than me, but the important thing is to have specifications and dettails in english, because for us it is not easy to read russian. JAJAJAJA
    thanking you in advance
    regards
    Rudi
    post me to: rudiboaretto@yahoo.it
     
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    very nice boat
     
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    can anyboty translate this side in english
     
  9. BCboater

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    Nice boat Alik.

    I understand about why you want the pram bow for storage but I wonder if a removable bow fairing couldn't be made to attach for a finer entry? The nose could be attached with some bolts or some other method and would not otherwise be structural. I figure it would be roughly .5 meters long or so and would easily store in the cockpit for transport.

    And thank you for sharing the design. I'm planning on giving it a lot of study this winter.
     
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    I also love your design and am interested in building this boat. Could you also send me your specifications and details in english.


    Thank you.

    Chris Anderson
    :)
    canderso@kalazzerx.com

    PS. Are the lofts available for download yet?
     
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    I love the sailboat

    I would love to build your sailboat , but like many others I ca not speak Russian , any way you can send all the same info in English ? albagopaddy@earthlink.net I would really love to build her !!!!
     
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    Erik very nice boat.
    is there an englis translation posted yet
    would love to try this one to build
    dangavel@hotmail.com
     
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