Lion 800 new plywood yacht

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  1. Unik
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    New Lion 800 Lion logois a continuation of the series of plywood yacht developed by Unik Yachts.
    The main idea of the series yachts Lion is maximum manufacturability of designs and the ability to self built yachts supplied pre cut CNC machined parts.
    Yacht meets all current safety requirements and provides a high level of comfort on board, with a very modest budget.
    The yacht features a double insulated double aft cabin, foreship cabin, great salon, galley with gas stove, sink and toilet.
    The yacht is designed in two variants with lifting keel and draught 0.3/1.1 m and with permanent ballast keel with a draught of 1.7 m.

    http://unikyachts.com/en/lion-series-2/lion-800/
     

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  2. TANSL
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    Nice boat.
    What are the safety requirements, in particular, with which meets this yacht ?.
    And a curiosity, why spreaders are so low, or is it an optical impression?. Thanks
     
  3. Unik
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    Boat complies with DIRECTIVE 94/25/EC

    The yacht has 2 versions, with permanent ballast keel or lifting keel.

    The yacht is equipped with buoyancy blocks totaling 1.2 M3 that ensures a unsinkable.

    Height of handrails has met the minimum requirement of 450 mm above the deck.
     
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  5. Unik
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    Spreaders, top height 650 mm
    Spreaders, lower height 850 mm


    Stability index STIX - 26 AVS - 123°
     
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    By "Spreaders height" I mean height from the deck, "H1" and "H2" (See attached figure).
    Design category?
     

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  7. Unik
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    H1-3300
    H2-6400
    Design category C
     
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    looking VERY good!
    should have had such a kit in the 70ies when I was building our 1. boat for our 1st circumnavigation...
     
  12. Unik
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    Thank you very much for appreciating my work.
     
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  14. TANSL
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    The areas marked in red seem very weak. Have you studied them well?
     

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    We have a lot of time devoted to calculation and design of the hull design, all construction details are large margin.
     
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