Trimaran plan

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by bibi, Aug 17, 2009.

  1. bibi
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    bibi Junior Member

    Hello,
    I'm new on this forum, which is very interesting.
    I'm looking for fast trimaran plan about 25 to 28 FT, for amateur building in sandwich.
    Like farrier, Pulsar ( Eric lerouge) or Tritium 720 but with a little price ( about 500Euros max).
    I would like to have float with 200% buyancy, and a boat who is abble to do little race or week end cruise for 4.
    I'm soory for my bad English, i'm trying to improve it.
    Sincerly.
    I hope that my post is in the good way.
     
  2. GTO
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    GTO Senior Member

  3. redreuben
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  4. catsketcher
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    catsketcher Senior Member

    Don't save money on plans

    Saving money by buying cheaper plans is very silly unless you only want to look at them. If you want to build the boat buy the plans that will save you money. Farrier's plans are so thorough you will save money compared to less extensive plans.

    If the price of the plans is a killer you are going to be very hard pressed building the boat. You will waste money boat building whichever plans you use but good plans will drastically reduce wasted time and materials - good plans will save you thousands and will bring many more thousands when you sell. Saving money on plans is very dumb.

    cheers

    Phil
     

  5. bibi
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    bibi Junior Member

    Hello,
    I'm Ok with your threath.
    I am going to buy the plan of the tritium 720.
    I'm just waiting my old boat to be sold...
    Bye
     
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