Just bought the study plans for PAHI 31

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by valery gaulin, Mar 28, 2017.

  1. Richard Woods
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    Probably at least twice the work and cost. The Tamar 31 is a much bigger boat. But obviously worth a lot more money once finished. More than twice as much for sure

    I was sailing my prototype Windsong after 1000 hours, I would think if I built a Tamar 31 it would take me 2300 hours. Here are some Tamar 31 photos. The builder is working part time, he started work in November 2016

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ywn8n2cpyhu8iu4/AAD6VzPFJN7jojcRY3xHczEIa?dl=0

    Richard Woods
     
  2. UpOnStands
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    Thanks for the link. That flat keel plate seems to be real difficult to form fair.
    Did the builder follow the instructions exactly?
     

  3. rwatson
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    I was super un-impressed with how little room there was in the Wharram V hulls, for all models.

    Likewise, out on the water, they dont seem to keep up with more modern designs as to windward performance.
     
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