24' Tasman Junk Rigged Yacht Plans

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The Tasman is a multi-chine plywood yacht designed for long distance sailing for 2 crew, which uses an egg-box frame system of plywood fore and aft girders slotted together with plywood bulkheads - once stringers have been fitted, the ply hull panels are then applied making construction quite simple.

There are 2 steel bilge plates which are housed in the bunk fronts and the junk mast is hinged in a tabernacle for easy lowering. Steering etc is set up for control from inside the yacht although there is a cockpit and outboard well.

24' Tasman Junk Rigged Yacht Particulars

LOD 23'7" 7.19m
Beam 7'4" 2.21m
Draft 2'/4'7" 0.61/1,4m
Sail Area (main only) 257 sq.ft 23.91 sq.m
Approx. Dry Weight 3308 lbs 1500 kg
Ballast 1654 lbs 750 kg
Maximum Headroom 6'1" 1.85m
Accommodation 2 berths + and wc. galley
Engine 15 hp outboard  
Hull Shape Round bilge multi-chine with 4 planks per side
Construction Methods Ply over frame
Major plywood requirements for hull 8 x 4mm sheets
10 x 9mm sheets
38 x 12mm sheets
Guidance Use Coastal/Offshore
Drawing/Design Package 13 x A1 drawings + 11 x A4 instruction/spec sheets
Additions and alterations included with the plans  
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