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Old 10-20-2008, 12:03 PM   #21
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This one has DBs
How about a Schionning 45
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How about a Schionning 45
Too easy Gavin !
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Too easy Gavin !
Does this mean I am right, would be a helluva guess

Are you still working on the multi-hull I posted. It too has daggerboards ...clue

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Does this mean I am right, would be a helluva guess

Are you still working on the multi-hull I posted. It too has daggerboards ...clue

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Looks like the Cape in the backround - BUT the Cat has me stumped - A Crowther design built as a one off ? The round portholes and the huge bimini - didn't help. Saw the DBs - looks very light

and a go-fast boat - hard to make out if the saloon is completely covered - low bridge clearance

in the aft 20%.

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Looks like the Cape in the backround - BUT the Cat has me stumped - A Crowther design built as a one off ? The round portholes and the huge bimini - didn't help. Saw the DBs - looks very light

and a go-fast boat - hard to make out if the saloon is completely covered - low bridge clearance

in the aft 20%.

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Stumped the Master... It is a MOXIE M37. I saw one at the Annapolis boat show and have the brochures for it. Here is the link. Made in good ole SA, and with daggerboards, though the guy I spoke to at the show was Australian and that threw me. I did not think to ask him where it was built, only found that out after I did some research. I watched it sail and it is FAST.

From the Moxie Website"

"Moxie Yachts believes sailors should never have to settle for anything less than top speed, comfort, and safety. Drawing on breakthroughs made by world-famous French multihull design firm VPLP, interiors by Italian designer Anne-Monique Bonadei, and Jaz Marine’s long record of performance boat-building in Cape Town, Moxie Yachts offers fast, light, safe, and attractive multihulls for sailors everywhere."

Moxie Link
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Here is an additional photo, not the best but you can get an idea

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[QUOTE=gslabbert5119;26940]Here is an additional photo, not the best but you can get an idea

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Thanks Gavin,

From this photo and the first, it appears that there is no Saloon - but a cockpit and 2 hulls ?

A good day sailer but not a cruising Cat ?? I am all for innovation and lateral designs, otherwise we would not have the multihulls we see today - becoming the best way to see the world.

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Here is one with DBs similar to those designed by the late NZender Malcom Tennant - Clue:- it's 43ft not designed by Malcolm.

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Here is one with DBs similar to those designed by the late NZender Malcom Tennant - Clue:- it's 43ft not designed by Malcolm.
Ok you got me, not a clue, the beer is on me. Oh wait a bit, could that be a Wayne Hill 43 ???
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Ok you got me, not a clue, the beer is on me. Oh wait a bit, could that be a Wayne Hill 43 ???
I should have known you being Computer Boffin , were able to hack into the image label and discover the designer !!!

It was Hill !! ahhh!

The next one will be a real test.
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An easy one just 12.192 metres LOA:-

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1st Mate's 1st Choice - cool - comfortable - DBs ?
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An easy one just 12.192 metres LOA:-

1st Mate's 1st Choice - cool - comfortable - DBs ?
Ah, getting smart now. Actually I did not hack it, I went to post that I have no clue and some genius left the file name there . After that all it took was entering Hill 43 Catamaran in google and lo and behold there happens to one for sale ....

This time you got me though ....

Give me time and I will hack the picture and find out what it is, just not today as I have midterms tonight. Did I say midterms, at 53 I should not still be at college. ARG, but I am taking a EMT 1st responders course, so when I bang my head or lop off a finger I can instruct my wife on how to put a hook through it and use it for bait. Yeah I know I am a sick puppy ....
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An easy one just 12.192 metres LOA:-

1st Mate's 1st Choice - cool - comfortable - DBs ?
Hmm looks very much like my boat .... Could it be ? but no DB's
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Could the builders be asked to build DB cases on the outside - case ending above the water line -

at the widest point of the beam ?

What bridge deck clearance will the 09 version have ?
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Could the builders be asked to build DB cases on the outside - case ending above the water line -

at the widest point of the beam ?

What bridge deck clearance will the 09 version have ?
Now that is an interesting Question re: the daggerboards though I guess that it is unlikely, I will talk to them and if the boat is going to be shown at the 09 Annapolis show then they may want to consider this as a modification and or upgrade.

The bridgedeck clearance on the 09 is is same as the 08 somewhere 850-900mm (33.5" -35.5") depending on how she is loaded I was given this range and no exact number. Do you have a more accurate number ?
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I have forgotten - but think one of the South African designers - Phil Southwell had an external well designed case up his sleeve, it did not look out of place.

At one time the Leopard 40 was extolling a low bridge deck clearance - a challenge is called for,

with full pay load closer to 750 mm or lower??!!!!!
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Here is a very strongly built Cat from north of the equator :-

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Here is a very strongly built Cat from north of the equator :-
Really not sure on this one, but it could be a Prout like maybe a 50ft or a 53ft. Built on an Island and the name being British clued me in but I may be far of the beaten track on this one.
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Sure looks like Prout to me.
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