gaff cutter

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  1. peter radclyffe
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    a 30 metre
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    NO 97, A 49 metre x 8.4 b x 6 d, 285 ton , 3 masted gaff schooner

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    That three master is nice. Unfortunately Ive calculated that on my present income Ill have to save up for another 623 years to built her...

    Perhaps redraw at 4.9 meters
     
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    Angélique aka Angel (only by name)

    Sorry this solution is not according to the thread as not drawn as a cutter here and has not three masts as the 49m, but she has the same character and is close to your size call . . . . . . :cool:

    See PAR's Discrete - RYD-14.11 on WoodenBoat . . . . . :)

    LOD: 18'
    LWL: 14' 11"
    Beam: 6' 6"
    Draft: 27" through 39" - configuration dependant
    Displacement: 2,674 pounds

    (many options for: bow, stern, rig, rudder, cabin, keel, construction method, materials)

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    Or a bigger (LOD: 20'), PAR's Discrete St. (RYD-16.10) on BoatDesign.net . . . . . .

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    More in PAR's gallery HERE and at BYYB.

    BTW, PAR, what happened to Timo's build (thread: 1 - 2), postings stoped at April 21, 2011 . . . . :confused:

    Cheers,
    Angel
     
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    I haven't heard from Timo in quite a while, though this isn't all that unusual, as the designer is the last one called come launch day. He had the station molds built, the spars, rudder and other assorted bits and pieces. I know life got in the way last year, I'll bet something similar has occurred, which also isn't that unusual with projects this scale. Timo is building the stretched version of Discrete (ST) and it's been further modified to have a counter, which draws out the line nicely.
     
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    I want to put 53 of my designs on playing cards,
    which if any would you put under jacks,diamonds,clubs or hearts, and which is the joker
     
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    the wonderful Graham Westbrook has just drawn this, my design no 97,a 3 masted, 50 metre schooner
     
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    does anybody know, if this boat has 2 x 3,000 h,p diesels will it do 24 knots,the waterline is 33 metres x 8,2
     
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