Trailerable Liveaboard CNC Plans

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by rickstar_d, Mar 8, 2008.

  1. rickstar_d
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    Hi Guys,

    I guess I want what everybody does in this class, a set of plans for a small, between 24 and 28ft trailerable boat, that would be suitable for liveaboard with an inboard, I have a mate with a 24ft waterjet looking for a project, have looked at the Bruce Roberts Coastworker 28, but cant find much else.

    Any ideas???
     
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    alan white Senior Member

    TRy nexus Marine's dory. 27 ft, trailerasble, seaworthy as they come. Google Nexus Marine.

    Alan
     
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    Thanks for the great info

    Hi Guys,

    Thanks for the great info, I have checked all the boats listed, they are all compltely different, but valid in their own ways, like most of you guys, imagine owning one of each, lol. I am a signwriter and we are fabricating a lot of aluminium, loving the material, so I am thinking more of Aluminium.
     
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    Me again, sorry, what I meant by waterjet, was a waterjet cnc cutter, a great new toy, worth more than a house, but all the same, great, would love to put it in use...
     

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