The perfect Passagemaker? (style within this genre)

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by apex1, Aug 8, 2010.

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Which one is your preferred style of long range cruiser?

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  1. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Wood Butcher

    ‘‘Mooie Meid’’ could not have been better named. She is a fine looking craft.
     
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    apex1 Guest

    Oh no Mate! Never I was staff.

    That was too cryptic, sorry.:?:
     
  3. Angélique
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    Angélique aka Angel (only by name)

    My suggestion was to take the red r out and read that word in french...

    Cheers!
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    Got it!

    It was not clear to which post you replied.
     
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    apex1 Guest

    Got it! It was not clear for me to which post it was related.
     
  6. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Wood Butcher

    Oui, oui!
     
  7. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    Not that I want to quote myself, but I think this one got lost in our talk about Bikini´s and amour..............:

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    Tad?

    Any news from the PML front?
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  8. Easy Rider
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    Just to keep our eyes on the ball.
     

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  9. Landlubber
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    Landlubber Senior Member

    ....emmm, pretty little grl eh, that would be nice to see under the Xmas tree this year Easy Rider.
     
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  10. Tad
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    Tad Boat Designer

    Not really.......been busy making a living.....there is this....

    View attachment PL74GA.pdf
     
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    apex1 Guest

    Thank you Easy,

    I know that boat (at least I remember I have seen it in the past), if I recall well, she is a English* made of the 70ies.

    Thank you Tad,

    don´t be lazy, your design has the 3rd position by so far!


    Regards
    Richard

    *no, Dutch, to W. de Vries Lentsch design.
     
  12. gunship
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    gunship Senior Member

    As a retro lover, I voted the Fantail "steamer". Thou she does not look as seaworthy as the others? quite a small prow...
     
  13. dskira

    dskira Previous Member

    I agree. it will be not difficult to make the necessary alteration.
    All lumber with beefy framing, heavy crank activated pocket window from Baklavat for the deck superstructures, a beautiful Greena in the hull, a lot of good draft, steel cast davits for tender and one for the anchor, expensive deck, small accommodation, well rigged mast, anchors on the hosepipe, protected against chafe with bronze plates, cooper sheathe underwater.
    Could be nice.
    Daniel
     
  14. CammengaFan
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    CammengaFan New Member

    When it comes to designs by Willem de Vries Lentsch, Jr., I'm particularly fond of this one. Admittedly, her LOA (61') is shorter than Richard's original specifications, but you can't mistake the de Vries Lentsch lines.

    - Dan

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  15. larry larisky

    larry larisky Previous Member

    what a beautiful vessel

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