|Subject: Re: [harryproa] Re: HARRYPROA Extended to 13M|
|From: Arto Hakkarainen |
|Date: 3/27/2008, 3:21 AM|
My thinking was more like Shuttleworth interior
styles. Enough flare to make decent sized double for
children in one end and keep the head in the other as
it is now. Keep the two big berths where they are now
and enjoy some extra room in the hull.
Or alternative thought: have visionarry sport layout
with flare. Have one end with "children's double" in
the end and bigger double for parents where it is now.
Close this as private owner's cabin. Have Shuttleworth
like saloon in the other end of flared hull and head
behind it. Guest double would be behind saloon seat in
current position with possibility to curtain it off.
Galley space between cabin and saloon may be a bit
limited but some extra length should cover it and make
some more room for cockpit too. WW hull volume would
still be reasonable. Does that make any sense?
P.S. The layout above with telescoping beams for
folding in marinas could make it a very versatile and
practical boat. Oh well, stop dreaming and start
--- jjtctaylor <jtaylor412@cinci.
> Could go nuts, but a push out max to 30 inches (2.5
> feet) Should create enough space for
> a double in the center with a possible extra single
> in each of the cabins. That assumes
> that the galley moves to the salon. A little
> stretching of the design and that is easy to do.
> 36ft WW hull would be enough to fit all.
> My original layout o 38 ft plus a bump out yield
> huge room.
> To be reorganized for more heads would necessitate
> the WW hull itself get wider. Rob's
> new charter plans is make the LW hull wider for the
> added berths/ heads for that crowd. 2
> berths + 2 heads in each hull. Certainly can make
> charters happier with even more berths.
> Big boat to manage, thus opted to scale down myself.
> Dream big, spend prudently.
> I have a layout sketch for 38WW (with bump out) & 60
> LW based on current hull forms if
> anyone interested.
> --- In harryproa@yahoogrou
> Hakkarainen <ahakkara@..
> > Bump or flare seems to give lot of more volume to
> > without compromising too much. Could the bump
> > even third double for kids in visionarry?
> > Arto
> > --- Rob Denney <harryproa@.
> > > G'day,
> > >
> > > Looks good. The bump on the ww side is a great
> > > idea, makes it a lot
> > > more roomy and keeps the water off the cabin.
> > > early prototypes
> > > had this (not quite as elegant looking), took it
> > > for the first pro
> > > built one (serving double duty as a sail boat
> and a
> > > ferry boat in
> > > Maine) and never put it back. Suspect it will
> > > reappear in a few
> > > designs from now on.
> > > > >
> > > > Major changes is bump out toward WW side to
> > > some interior space and
> > > > raise hull
> > > > height on WW hull by 6.75 inches, to keep
> > > headroom. Enclosed the
> > > > seating area for a
> > > > true salon, albeit small.
> > > >
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