- Jun 13, 2012Nope, rather different to an AS. That MAIB issue (Volume 28 Number 8 December 2010) at page 42 features the BOD article on:
Matsue Traveler" A Study.
"...This is essentially a sharpie hull derivative with a modified bow section (flared sides with a deep-Vee nose and forward centreboard) we've developed over many designs..."
LOA: 37'2" LOD: 33'4"
LWL (static): 28'5"
Beam over Rubrail: 10'1"
Beam on Deck: 9'7"
Breadth of Bottom: 8'0
Draft Hull (full load): 1'6"
Draft Max Centerboard: 5'1"
Sail Area: Approx 800sf
Displacement Max: 12,500lbs'
Substantial mixed ballast total unstated for metal, wood, tankage (55gal fuel, 100gal plus much more water and waste), large battery banks, etc, but:
She will offer enough wooden structure,
insulation foam, plus dedicated buoyancy
foam to remain afloat even if fully flooded
throughout all of her compartments."
--- In email@example.com, Eric Kramp <eckramp@...> wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> You can find an article on the AS-34, with some sketches, in
> Messing About in Boats December 2010, Pages 46-48. I don't know if
> the sketches would be of sufficient detail for you to consider them
> Study Plans, but it's certainly a good start.
> On 6/12/12 11:06 AM, joe_mapango wrote:
> > Can anybody tell me the price of the AS34 plans? Does anyone know
> > if study plans are available for the ASS34?
> > Just wondering!
> > Chris Curtis
> > s/v Romany
> > curtisfamilyadventures.wordpress.com
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