opt 1

Discussion in 'Option One' started by Redsky, Jul 6, 2006.

  1. Redsky
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    Redsky Senior Member

    after reading the specs for option 1 this is the boat i would copy for it..only drawback i can see is it needs a rear transom platform and it happens to draw 3' of draft, and actually one of these for sale in boat trader is what caught my intrest in boats that and a desire for a perm living space. iv always preferd sailing designs , and longships personally though
    http://www.coastsidefishingclub.com/classifieds/showproduct.php?product=672&sort=1&cat=all&page=2
    wonder how hard a mast would be to fit to that.
     
  2. Redsky
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    Redsky Senior Member

    hmmm i was hopeing for at least 1 comment, and after doing some more looking thru old threads around here, what exacly are the design paramaters current?......i note that on another thread outboard power is specified i really disagree with this in the economy/power department
    additionally the trailering requirment pretty mutch sets the boat max weight with full liquids tanks at 14k trailer 3k tow rig 9500# with gear, which sets you at max stateside under cdl weight 26500 totall rig weight.. overall width and length of rig maximums,at least in WA 8'6"x61' for further consideration
     
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