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 11 
 on: July 05, 2017, 08:01:49 am 
Started by SPB - Last post by sonosail
Very Good.

Thank you.

rb

 12 
 on: July 05, 2017, 08:01:07 am 
Started by Zeehond - Last post by sonosail
Hello Randy,

Here's another less than 20 meters boat, built by Huisman. This is a Jac. de Ridder design and is actually almost the same boat as High Tension 36. Unfortunately I don’t have any drawings of the boat, but the interior layout is the same as High Tension 36 (which you have already listed here) and the only difference in the sailplan is the little bit bigger foretriangle. Here are the Dimensions:

Hull Type: Fin w/spade rudder
Rig Type: Masthead Sloop
LOA: 11.22m
LWL: /not sure/
Beam: 3.6m
Draft: 2m
Displacement: 7600kgs
Ballast: /not sure/

Designer: Jacques de Ridder
Builder: Huisman
Construct.: Aluminium
First Built: /not sure – app. 1978/
Last Built: /not sure - app. 1981/
# Built: /not sure, but I think 7 or 8/

Engine:
Make: Volvo Penta
Model: MD 11C
Type: Diesel
HP: 23

Rig Dimensions:
I: 14.9m
J: 4.75m
P: 13.35m
E: 3.5m

I found also 2 pictures of such boats under sail.

Regards!

Emil Raykov


Thanks.
Did it ome after the High Tension 36?

rb
sailboatdata.com

 13 
 on: July 05, 2017, 07:59:05 am 
Started by Tom Hubbell - Last post by sonosail
Wow, glad to hear that SNOW WHITE has found a new home. I remember her when she sailed out of Wareham, MA for several years and had many friendly chats with her owner at the time. Always a beautiful boat, and sailed well. On a related note, I remember there used to be a Yankee One-Design moored at Wing's Cove in Marion, quite distinctive (in a "bad" way?) for her bright blue color scheme. Hull, and deck trim were all bright blue, deck was white, with red trim. Boot top was also red. Well ,I guess she was a "patriotic" YANKEE? Anyway, I attached a couple of pics (I may have more) of #14 while she was Snow White.

I would agree that the Yankee On-Design is a "Fin-Keel" design (like the Shields and the Atlantic). the defining detail between this traditional style "fin-keel" and the modern fin-keel is the newer ones would be classified as "Fin-keel, spade rudder" or "Fin-Keel, separate rudder". I guess the Yankee, Shields , and Atlantic could be classified as "Fin-Keel, attached rudder"? But, I think simply "Fin-Keel" is correct in most cases.

That's way I look at it.  Specifying attached rudder is probably better. 
rb

 14 
 on: July 05, 2017, 07:57:17 am 
Started by 345-000 - Last post by sonosail
Hi,

Just wanted to bring the Swede 38 to your attention. Not tobe confused with the Sweden Yachts 38, it was designed by Paul Elvström and  Jan Kjærulff along very much the same lines as the Aphrodite 101 and Bianca 414. Apparently initially built by Fiskars (Fiskars AB ), but taken over by Helmsman Yachts in 1980. Produced from 1979/80 - 1987.  Some nice photographs at http://boote.de/anzeigen/swede-38

Thanks very much.
Looking into it.

rb
sailboatdata.com

 15 
 on: July 04, 2017, 08:16:53 pm 
Started by Zeehond - Last post by Zeehond
Hi Randy,

As a real Huisman fan, I'm back with some additional info below about the Huisman 37 and Huisman 41 boats.

Huisman 37:

Hull Type: Fin w/spade rudder
Rig Type: Masthead Sloop
LOA: 11.25m
LWL: 9.05m
Beam: 3.64m
Draft: 1.98m
Displacement: 6550kgs
Ballast: 3100kgs

Designer: Jacques de Ridder
Builder: Huisman
Construct.: Aluminium
First Built: 1976
Last Built: 1981
# Built: 9 or 10

Engine:
Make: Volvo Penta
Model: MD 11C
Type: Diesel
HP: 23

Rig Dimensions:
I: 14.9m
J: 4.75m
P: 13.35m
E: 3.5m

The first boat from the series was built in 1976 with the name Sabina (now Chabibi). The layout of Sabina (Chabibi) differs a lot from that of the following Huisman 37 boats, which are much more like cruisers. Sabina was built as a one tonner and participated in the 1976, 1978 and 1980 One Tone Cup:

http://www.histoiredeshalfs.com/One%20Tonner/Sabina,%203%20bx.htm

Huisman 41:

Hull Type: Fin w/spade rudder
Rig Type: Masthead Sloop
LOA: 12.52m
LWL: 9.64m
Beam: 3.83m
Draft: 1.98m
Displacement: 10000kgs
Ballast: 5200kgs

Designer: Sparkman & Stephens
Builder: Huisman
Construct.: Aluminium
First Built: 1979

Rig Dimensions:
I: 15.66m
J: 5.3m
P: 14.0m
E: 4.7m


 16 
 on: June 12, 2017, 03:02:53 pm 
Started by SPB - Last post by SPB
The Schock 35 lists Shad Turner as the designer.  Shad designed the Santana 35, which was later modified by Steve Schock with a new bow, new keel, and masthead rig to make the Schock 35.  I don't think Shad was involved in the modifications.  So maybe the boat should be listed as a "W. Shad Turner/Steve Schock" design.

 17 
 on: June 09, 2017, 10:40:43 am 
Started by pcroxford - Last post by SerbTift
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 18 
 on: June 08, 2017, 11:08:33 pm 
Started by Adelie - Last post by Adelie
http://www.sailboat-data.com/en/sailboat/168-jeanneau-tonic-23

 19 
 on: June 05, 2017, 08:26:15 am 
Started by Judy Blumhorst - Last post by Judy Blumhorst
Hi Randy, 

The correct area for a Sunfish lateen sail is 82 sf, 
The dimensions are Luff 13.33' , foot: 13.33', leech 14.33' 
Upper and lower spars are 13.73' per the class rules.  A quick visual check of a photo of a sunfish sail will confirm that the leech is longer than the luff and foot and that the area of the sail has a leech longer than 13.33'

The area of the Sunfish lateen sail has long been incorrectly reported to be 75sf in many sources.  That's the area of a 2D isosceles triangle whose 3 sides are 13.33'.   However, the three sides of the sail do not form an isosceles

The class is tightly controlled by Laser Performance, the manufacturer.  Class legal sails must be bought through authorized distributors.  The class doesn't publish the dimensions for the sail.   Non-class legal sails from other manufacturers are available, along with do-it-yourself kits from Sailrite.

Regards,
Judy Blumhorst
Sailmaker
www.Hydesailsdirect.com


 20 
 on: May 16, 2017, 12:19:47 pm 
Started by sonosail - Last post by sonosail
http://www.sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=7834

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