Isurus.. a fast 24m yacht

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by Fil49er, Oct 24, 2013.

  1. Fil49er
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  2. michael pierzga
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    Those fold out anchors are really troublesome to use and difficult to live with.

    Its better to use a stem housed Bruce anchor, long hausepipe with an underdeck anchor winch located as far aft as possible to keep the chain locker weight out of the bow.

    use the forepeak area forward of the watertight bulkhead to store rubber fenders, mooring ropes....

    hydraulic furlers below deck are also a pain in the ***. better, lighter, faster and cheaper to bring the furler back to deck level and use a rope drum unit. lead the furl line back to the cockpit and power with a cockpit hydraulic winch.

    also move the headstay back out to the stem were it belongs.

    who ever sails that boat is going to get a good suntan...no shaded area to protect against the roasting sun

    need a passerelle or the owner wont be able to get off the boat at the end of the day
     

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  3. daiquiri
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    Beautiful work and presentation, Filippo. :)

    The cabin top seems to be made of dark transparent materials, which will be a hell to cool in the summer. It will require a big-size air-conditioners (a burden in terms of volume and space) and a lots of energy, so perhaps you could think it over a bit.
    For the rest, very very nice.
     
  4. Fil49er
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    yes it is.. a bit dark and cave inspired. It was designed for Bruce wayne, Batman, and it was it would :)
     

  5. Fil49er
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    right, right.. Good observation.
    We have a gangway. It is hidden in the aft part and it can be placed when the platform is down. It is a SwissCarbon.com gangway style. It is hydraulic and comes out from the stern..
     
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