Seagull 20 -- german ply tri

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by pogo, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. pogo
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    Location: Germany Northsea

    pogo ingenious dilletante

  2. dinoa
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    dinoa Senior Member

    Congratulations, beautifully done.

  3. Corley
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    Corley epoxy coated

    Looks like a spacious small boat. Lots of good ideas and fantastic finish. I gather the floats are tortured ply the shape looks good.

  4. Doug Lord
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    Doug Lord Flight Ready

    20' tri

    Unbelievably spacious and yet looks very ,very good! Excellent design and workmanship-just terrific.....
    Pogo, do you have any numbers for the boat L/b ratio amas and main hull at the waterline, SA/ws etc. ?
    specs here:

    Displacement: 800kg / 1760lb
    LOA 20'
    Max Beam- 18'
    --folded-2.54m / 8.3'
    Draft- .34m / 1.1' // 1.52m / 5'
    Mast Height 9.13m / 29.9'
    Main 17 sq.m /183sq.ft
    Foch(jib?) 8.9 sq.m / 96 sq.ft.
    Gennaker 18.3 m / 197 sq.ft

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