Raclyffe J Class

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by peter radclyffe, Aug 25, 2012.

  1. peter radclyffe
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    Pretty picture Peter - but what's the point ??? Not much detail & it's been shown before - why again ??? Please let me know - Thanks so much ciao, james
     
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    what is the point in designing a j class
    ,thats a hard one :D
     
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    I have now designed the first Italian J Class .J I 1.
    41,5, 24.8 X 6.4 X 4,5 mt, Design No 133
     
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    Hasn't Stefano Faggioni designed the new version of Britannia (K1), or is this a retro fit to her 1931 specs on the 1994 Russian build?
     
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    Here's something on the Britannia re-creation, she is built to GL Watson's lines. The original was (reported as) composite (wood planked on steel frames) and this one is also a mix but you can see laminated wooden frames (with steel floors) on the build site. Faggioni is in charge of the interior......

    http://intheboatshed.net/2012/02/09/the-story-of-the-new-britannia/
     
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