We have construction details for the hulls only of two 1930's style motor yachts. The first, shown above has a LOD of 60' (18.3m), beam of 13'11" (4.24m), draft of 3'8" (1.10m) and displacement of 30 tons (30.4 tonnes) and uses a simple form of ply construction. This is based upon a central ply girder and ply bulkheads. The side planking is ply which may be pre-shaped. The bottom is arched and made up from 3 layers of ply and the round bilge is strip planked in the same way as our 23'5" East Coast Lugger.
The second example has an LOD of 50' (15.25m); beam of 11' (3.36m) and a draft of 3'7" (1.09m). The hull in this case is constructed of steel and has a similar layout to that of the 60 footer. For an overview, the G.A. drawing of each yacht plus the hull construction drawing costs Â£25 each.
Hull construction details cost Â£325 for the 50' yacht and Â£375 for the 60' yacht. We can draw up details for deck, superstructure, internal fit-out, machinery installation etc for each yacht as required.
50'/60' Pintail Particulars
|LOA||50' and 60'||15.25m and 18.3m|
|Beam||11' and 13'11"||3.36m and 4.24m|
|Draft||3'7" and 3'8"||1.09m and 1.1m|
|Hull Shape||Round bilge|
|Construction Methods||Steel (50') and ply (60')|
5 x A1 drawings (50')
6 x A1 drawings (60')
|Additions and alterations included with the plans|