Looking for CCA type above deck, modern below, design, cold molded bld.

Discussion in 'Sailboats' started by saltydog123, May 31, 2008.

  1. saltydog123
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    saltydog123 Junior Member

    Looking for a design for new build including classic lines with gentle sheer, but, split underbody with fin keel, skeg hung rudder, auxillary, comfortable seating, in, maybe a 28 - 30 foot length overall. Intended for daysailing with a decent turn of speed. Any suggestions?
     
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  3. saltydog123
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    saltydog123 Junior Member

    Thanks for mentioning the e33

    However, I am looking for a design to be built using cold molded technologies, any other ideas?
     

  4. Splash Gordon
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    Splash Gordon Junior Member

    Have a look at MOONDAN(E YACHTS
    Their 39 will probably do nicely in cold-moulding, and it's evilly quick despite appearances: they used a reflex curve on basically an Open40 waterplane and Open40 gut to bring the sheer up and give it the rather retro tumblehome. They might be sacrificing overall beam and a smidgen of planing-surface, but with classic sex-appeal reminiscent of a classic British design, I think she's pretty. She doesn't have a skeg rudder, but talk to the designer anyway. I know the 30' version (same thinking) is on the drawing-board at the moment, so the foil-plan might be revisited too.
     
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