Amaryllis 30 Plans
The 30' Amaryllis was commissioned by Mr. William Fuller to replace his 22' steam launch. The new launch will be built by the International Boat Building College in Lowestoft using conventional planked methods. She uses a 25 hp steam unit by J. Alex Ritchie.
She is of a size which allows a variety of different layouts to be used. The standard plans include a computer faired lines plan and offsets, construction details for conventional planking and an arrangement plan for the layout shown. We can generate drawings for strip or cold moulded construction with computer lofted mould drawings allowing the builder to get straight down to construction.
Amaryllis 30 Particulars
|Hull Mid Depth||3'9 1/2"||1.15m|
|Displacement||3.5 tons||3.56 tonnes|
|Engine||25 IHP steam|
|Hull Shape||Round bilge|
|Construction Methods||Carvel (strip planking could also be used)|
|Major plywood requirements for hull|
|Guidance Use||8+ adults|
|Drawing/Design Package||7 x A1 drawings|
|Additions and alterations included with the plans|