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  1. best 32-35 foot cruising cat

    Merlin, such a damn cool boat. Shame there are no more.....................
  2. We send milk powder all over the world........... And that is a pig-rooter of a boat
  3. Schionning cats are fast

    Hi Ben, it was mentioned in an article recently that there was a smaller (than 12m) Arrow in development. When will this eventuate?
  4. Rapido 50

    Funny, I always thought a tri has the best of both mono's and cats! +1
  5. Looking for Rogue Wave

    Regrettable but WTF. Kinda interested in the wing masted pod-cat (maybe??) in the background.
  6. Crowther 33 v"s Grainger 920

    A 'Crowther 33' tri could be a Kraken, Tempest (1960s), or a Buccaneer (1970s). The Twiggy was designed around 1978 and updated later. If you are thinking of buying one check this; http://www.boatdesign.net/forums/multihulls/twiggy-drawings-42835.html
  7. caption contest

    You can see the advantages of the folding-mast (paf) reefing system.
  8. Yes. Just what everybody wants - to get away from it all with 28 others......................
  9. F-22 Update

    More like a Beachcomber I think for the fuckee :-) The raised deck has obviously been done to increase space below, but to me what makes it look most odd is the contrasting bow rakes. But never mind they'll sell if the price is right. Bit of a step back from the Sprint Mk 2 which looks pretty good IMO. http://sail.corsairmarine.com/special-price-promotion-on-sprint-750s-until-end-of-december-2016 However, if Corsair had continued with Tony Grainger they might be bringing to market something like...... http://www.rocketfactorytrimarans.com/rocket-range/rocket-26/
  10. Nice job. The smaller cabin is probably better on this design. Could you still add the designed beams and folding system?
  11. Corsair Pulse 600

    Thanks Wayne. Great review.
  12. Homebuild

    And now a slightly larger version with a cockpit.................. http://www.sardineboats.com/voiliers/sardine-run-19/
  13. Bieker-53

    Well done! nice to see a different concept hit the water.
  14. F-22 Update

    Current UK pricing for F-22: A standard F-22 with main & jib is £51,000 ready to go on its composite trailer from our yard in South UK. Yes, there is 20% purchase Tax to add to that. Yes, there is bit of a que An F-22 R [Ali rig] would bump that up to £57,000 + Tax Does 'ready to go' include outboard and safety gear? Or is it a bare boat?
  15. F-22 Update

    Thank you Rushman... That was obvious from Ian's posts 1002, 1006, 1017. However that was not my question.