New 850 tri by Erik Lerouge

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by Libertist, May 26, 2017.

  1. Libertist
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    Hi Guys,

    New here - Good Day!

    We are building new tri - Libertist 850 - Erik Lerouge bigger P26.
    Feel free to comment.
     

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  2. Libertist
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    Floats
     

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  3. Libertist
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    Main hull
     

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  4. Doug Lord
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    Doug Lord Flight Ready

    Looks good! Are the ama foils retractable?
     
  5. Libertist
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    Thank you :))

    No. Fixed one. Easier simpler KISS
     
  6. Corley
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    Corley epoxy coated

    Looks great Libertist, do you have a target displacement for the boat? Will it run a bigger rig than the P26?
     
  7. Libertist
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    Thank you very much.
    Design one is 1400 kg and we aim for this. (Payload 700 kg)
    The main sail is 40 square meters, jib 19 and spi 78.
    But we are going to develope and research 6 additional, optional sails for her.
    Mast is 13,6 and 4 sq.meters.
     

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  8. Corley
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    Corley epoxy coated

    Sounds great, good luck with your project. I'm guessing it's strip foam/glass build from the photos? Is it going to be demountable for trailering?
     
  9. Libertist
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    Female mould. Epoxy. Carbon beams.
    Demountable.
     
  10. Libertist
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    Tadam :DDD
     

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  11. Libertist
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    The beast is born;))
     

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  12. Doug Lord
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    Doug Lord Flight Ready

    Looks good!
     
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  14. Libertist
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    Finally ;)
     

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  15. Libertist
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    :D
     

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