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SC 435 Plans

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LOA:
14' 3" / 4,35m
SKU:
BK-SC435-ID
Availability:
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$55.00

Description

The SC 435 was my first catamaran design. I designed the boat 1979. I lost count how many plans for this boat I have sold. The sail in almost any country of the world where there is water. But the SC 435 story is going on.The last addition is the blue cat which was built in Island.

SC 435 has asymmetrical hulls and is build in a form of matched hole technique used in the aircraft industry. In this way the hulls are self aligning. There is no need for jigs etc. The hulls are plywood/glass/epoxy constructions. One hull consists of only 10 parts! Beams and mast are made from standard aluminum tubes to speed up construction and safe money.The boat is a perfect beach cat, very good to handle even in a lot of wind. No tools are necessary to set the boat up, or break down after a days sail. The boat is light enough for roof rack transport.

We designed and built our SC 435 in eight weeks spare time others dit it in 4 weeks!

The plans are delivered as an E-book in PDF format with a step by step building instruction (18 pages) and 22 drawings

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Specifications
L.o.a. - 4.35 m
Beam - 2.10 m
Empty weight - 66 kg
Sails - 13 m²
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Additional Information

Measurement:
Metric
Designer Name:
Bernd Kohler
Sail area (Imperial / Metric):
140 sq. ft / 13 sq. m
Rig Type:
Sloop
Rudder:
Kick-up
Length (range):
8' - 15'11"' / 2.44m - 4.85m
LOA:
14' 3" / 4,35m
Length at Waterline:
14,5 ft/4,35m
Beam:
7 ft/ 2,10m
Hull Weight:
85 - 199 lbs / 38.56 - 90.27kg
Estimated Hull Weight:
total weight 145 lb/ 66 kg
Draft:
6" - 11" / 15.24 - 30.27cm
Unloaded Draft:
10"/ 0.25 m
Weight Capacity:
140 kg
Primary Material:
Marine Plywood
Method of Construction:
Stitch and Glue
Hull:
Multihull
Hull Type:
Planing
Hull Shape:
asymmetrical
Power Source:
Wind
Built-in Floatation:
Yes
Trailerable:
Yes
Cartop:
Yes
Unit of Measure:
Metric
Instruction Manual:
Step-by-Step Instructions
Lofting Required:
No
Recommended Experience Level:
Beginner
Designer's Thoughts on Experience Level:
Can be built flat on a workbench
Boat Type:
Sailboat
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