Help Pls! Need a machinery equipment list and specs!

Discussion in 'All Things Boats & Boating' started by airdamn, Mar 29, 2004.

  1. airdamn
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    airdamn New Member

    hi, I'm working on a design of 24m training sailing vessel. I'm having a hard time in building the equipment list for the machinery system and engine room. Any websites that you can suggest, or can you send me if you have a ready one plss. thanks

  2. Corpus Skipper
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    Corpus Skipper Hopeless Boataholic

    Don't know of any web sites, but several good books out there. One good one is George Buehler's "Backyard Boatbuilder". Good Luck.
  3. gonzo
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    gonzo Senior Member

    Are you lookig for a ready made equipment list?
  4. SailDesign
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    SailDesign Old Phart! Stay upwind..

    Seems to me that if you are working on the design, then the equipment list is something you and the owner should be cooking up between you.
    Of course, if your location (Southampton) means that this is a school project :), then you are in the perfect place to tap some local talent. Try asking someone at Campers (usually willing to help out) or ask Stuart Roy (ex-teacher at the Institute) if he has anything he could give you from a pre-existing boat. Tell him Steve Baker (the bearded one) says "Hi"


  5. Roy Abrams
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    Roy Abrams Roy Abrams

    try vetus marine web site
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