Highlander 23 Plans

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At last, a bigger Highlander dayboat - so really a pocket cruiser or small yacht. She has been drawn up for clinker ply construction over a framework of ply girders and bulkheads but the hull planks shapes are also given for her to be built using the stitch and tape method. She is set up with an outboard well and a large cockpit which could take a boom tent - the cabin is big enough for 2 berths and a small galley and Porta Potti WC. Maximum headroom as drawn is 4'5" but she has a size of hull that could take a modified cabin arrangement.


Her centreplate makes her ideal for trailing and gunkholing. The centreplate pivot is on the outside of the hull and the lift is via a tube into the cockpit so that there are no leak problems.


Highlander 23 Particulars

LOD 23' 7m
Beam 8'3" 2.52m
Hull Mid Depth 3'2" 0.96m
Draft 1'9"/4'10" 0.53/1.49m
Sail Area 238 sq.ft 22.15 sq.m
Approx. Dry Weight 2205 lbs 1000 kg
Ballast 551 lbs 250 kg
Maximum Headroom 4'6" 1.36m
Number of berths 2  
Hull Shape Round bilge
Construction Methods Clinker ply and stitch and tape
Major plywood requirements for hull 1 x 3mm sheet
6 x 4mm sheets
15 x 6mm sheets
17 x 9mm sheets
1 x 18mm sheet
Guidance Use Estuary, coastal, cross channel
Drawing/Design Package 11 x A1 drawings + 10 x A4 instruction sheets
Additions and alterations included with the plans  
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