Need a design advice!

Discussion in 'Wooden Boat Building and Restoration' started by kulizaio, Mar 3, 2008.

  1. kulizaio
    Joined: Mar 2008
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    kulizaio New Member

    Hi,
    My name is Nick and this is my first post here.
    You can say I am pretty much an amateur or newbie into boats, but they have become a passion over the last year.
    There is a beggining for everything I guess!
    However!
    The point is that I want to build my own boat and I don't know where to start from.:confused:
    I know that:
    1) It must be wooden ( that is the material I am comfortable to work with )!
    2) The rig should be easy to be handled by one!
    3) Must be light and fast ( prefer speed than comfort )!
    4) Must be able to sail offshore!
    5) Must be large 16 - 20 meters (52'-65').

    I am open for suggestions of any kind. But the most I need is a good design.
    Please share your knowledge, about designs, designers, plans and everything I can look into.
    Thank you.
     
  2. Landlubber
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    Landlubber Senior Member

    See your other posting!
     
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