Trimaran 37' design

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by moon dancer, Oct 12, 2016.

  1. moon dancer
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    moon dancer New Member

    Hello

    Does anybody can tell me who built this trimaran, I'm trying to find the plan for her, it's a 37 foot.

    Thanks
     

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  2. Richard Woods
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    Its a Searunner, Jim Brown design with an extra box on top which should be removed asap

    Richard Woods
     
  3. moon dancer
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    moon dancer New Member

    Thanks that is a very useful information.
    why do you say that the box should be remove?
     
  4. Petros
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    because he knows if it is not cramped, uncomfortable and dark inside he will not like it as much. ;-)
     
  5. jamez
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    jamez Senior Member

    The addition completely encloses the cockpit and adds stack of windage.
    For more info on this design series, the designers philosophy and a free download of the construction manual go http://www.searunner.com/index.php/designs/searunner-trimarans

    ps I'd remove it too unless you sail somewhere it rains constantly or you wanna use it as a launch.
     
  6. moon dancer
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    moon dancer New Member

    Ok, I plan to use the boat as much as a world cruiser than a house.
    the enclosure make it very comfortable inside.
    I don't know much about them kind of boat, just start my investigation.
     
  7. cavalier mk2
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    cavalier mk2 Senior Member

    Really any cockpit cover should be removable because of the windage. Going to weather or riding out a blow you don't want any extra. Searunners should have a windshield though because the center cockpit takes spray from the front being more forward. Jim Brown's outrig.org site has lots of info. Among the things to look for are rot in the centerboard trunk and maststep area.
     
  8. Owly
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    Owly Senior Member

    Is this the Searunner 37 that's for sale in Tahiti?

    H.W.
     

  9. moon dancer
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    moon dancer New Member

    No this one is in the carribean
    There is no mast also
     
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