Ply Catamaran

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by nezih ahmet, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. nezih ahmet
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    nezih ahmet Junior Member

    I made a research for small size Catamarans on Web.The first essay
    was a small size Catamaran building pictures on Webshot.It was Ray Kendrick
    designed catamaran Building pictures and tried to reach this man's web.But
    they were trimaran boats.
    Hence need help,I am trying to reach the plan supplier of the attached
    Catamaran building pictures.I can send the bigger pictures to the interested parties,on requirement
     

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  2. jamez
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    jamez Senior Member

    Suggest you contact Ray Kendrick through Team Scarab website, or post on one of the blogs there. I guess he's concentrating on the tri's now (a shame the 9.5 metre semi bridgedeck cat looked cool) but maybe he would still sell a set of plans for the little trailer cat.

    http://www.teamscarab.com.au/contact.html
     
  3. nezih ahmet
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    nezih ahmet Junior Member

    I already sent one msg to Ray Kendrick S contact mail.
    But I have not received any reply yet.
     
  4. Team Scarab
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    Double Shuffle Ply Cat

    Hi Nezih,
    Thank you for your interest in the Double Shuffle catamaran.
    We have sent you an email with some info that you might be able to use and will put the design back on the web site for other builders if they are interested.
    Regards
    Ray Kendrick
    Team Scarab Pty Ltd
     
  5. Team Scarab
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    Team Scarab Junior Member

    Hi Jamez,
    Thank you for your support.
    We have been very busy lately with 4 boat building projects on the go, 2 of them molded production boats which take an emormous amount of time to complete. The 9.5m cat was taken down because I decided to upgrade it and stretch it out to 10m, the drawings for this will not be ready for some time.
    Regards
    Ray Kendrick
    Team Scarab Pty Ltd
     
  6. ThomD
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    Cool Ray, good to see they haven't been dropped. Always liked those designs.
     
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  8. guzzis3
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    I never saw this 9.5 meter cat. Pity it's gone. Sounds interesting.

    Siren 9.5. I have emailed RK to see if it's still possible to buy a plan set. Does anyone know if any were built or information on the web ?

    A 9.45m (31' 0") Bridgedeck Catamaran
    Length O/A: 9.45m (31' 0")
    Beam O/A: 5.53m (18' 2")
    Draft (with mini keels) 900 mm (3' 0")
    Draft (with dagger board) 400mm/1.5m (1' 4"/5' 0")
    Displacement: 3000kg approx (6600#)
    Construction: Plywood or foam sandwich panels.
    2 double berths - 2 single berths Sail area: 36.6 sq m
    Main: 33sq m (356 sq ft) Jib: 14sq m (151 sq ft)

    Found the web page with the wayback machine but no pictures.
     
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  9. jamez
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    jamez Senior Member

    Hi D, I copied this from Rays website years ago - wish I'd bought the study plans at the time, although I don't think full plans were completed. Ray responded above (10 years ago) that he was going to work it into a 10 metre version, but I think the original 9.5 looks pretty good on paper. Lot of water gone under the bridge since then :) Sort of boat I'd like to own myself these days....

    Siren 950.jpg
     
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  10. guzzis3
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    Thank you for that. I found the pages on the wayback machine but no pics. RK was kind enough to send me a couple of drawings but I don't know if it's ok to post them. Unfortunately the 9.5 never got finished and the 8.4 much of the plans are lost. Pity.. :(


    LOA: 8.4m
    LWL: 8.145M
    BOA: 6m
    Draft 400 mm - 1.55m
    Displacement: 1600kg
    Construction: Plywood, expoxy and fibreglass.
    Auxiliary: 10 hp xls outboard motor.
    Sail area: 36.6 sq m
    siren 8.4 catamaran
     
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