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Old 01-23-2016, 10:39 AM   #2861
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I think I would prefer this one:

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Old 01-23-2016, 10:51 AM   #2862
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Interesting boats

Those steel ships sure look cool, but I can't imagine having to keep up with all the painting and rust chasing.

Plus, I don't see any stabilizers on the 2005 boat. Wouldn't she wallow around in beam seas?
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Old 01-23-2016, 11:06 AM   #2863
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Stabilizers are one thing they did leave off that boat. It has at least one of everything else though. and new paint, so that's a problem for the future.
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Old 01-23-2016, 11:16 AM   #2864
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Old 01-23-2016, 11:23 AM   #2865
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Art,
Your'e the Tollycraft expert ... Where's the rest of the 2nd deck wheelhouse?
Looks funny w that part missing.
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Old 01-23-2016, 11:34 AM   #2866
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Your'e the Tollycraft expert ... Where's the rest of the 2nd deck wheelhouse?
Looks funny w that part missing.
Gee Eric - Thanks for the compliment.

I've not a clue. Any expertise I may have about Tolly's is up and including to the 48'er production models. Above that length, far as I know, and although there were definite similarities in the big-ones, each of the longer than 48' Tolly was a custom designed craft.
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Old 01-23-2016, 12:22 PM   #2867
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If the admiral and I were ready to go cruising again I would be flying off tomorrow to look at that boat.. really nice in the pics and videos

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Old 01-23-2016, 01:16 PM   #2868
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Stabilizers are one thing they did leave off that boat. It has at least one of everything else though. and new paint, so that's a problem for the future.

Or maybe due to the hard chine design and weight it's pretty stable?
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Old 01-23-2016, 01:30 PM   #2869
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I think what you're talking about is Semi-displacement or planing hull boats. A displacement hull boat efficiency changes only slightly based on weight. Most true displacement hull boats are about as efficient with full fuel as they are nearly empty.
The hull form doesn't matter, in any hull adding weight will increase resistance, frictional drag and wavemaking. It takes accurate tools to measure, but it's definitely there.
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Old 01-23-2016, 02:53 PM   #2870
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Gee Eric - Thanks for the compliment.

I've not a clue. Any expertise I may have about Tolly's is up and including to the 48'er production models. Above that length, far as I know, and although there were definite similarities in the big-ones, each of the longer than 48' Tolly was a custom designed craft.
Hey Art,
Not crititicizing you one bit. Just the design of that boat. However if I had seen the huge top cabin that was probably once there I would be saying the assumed mod was a step in the right direction. Not very pleasing to the eye as it definitely looks cut off.
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Old 01-23-2016, 09:12 PM   #2871
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If the admiral and I were ready to go cruising again I would be flying off tomorrow to look at that boat.. really nice in the pics and videos

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Old 01-23-2016, 09:50 PM   #2872
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Hey Art,
Not crititicizing you one bit. Just the design of that boat. However if I had seen the huge top cabin that was probably once there I would be saying the assumed mod was a step in the right direction. Not very pleasing to the eye as it definitely looks cut off.
Agree. Unless they guy is like me and has difficulty finishing his projects, it does look incomplete. Still, this Photoshop mock-up looks more balanced.
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Or maybe due to the hard chine design and weight it's pretty stable?
Are you referring to stability or to comfortable motion?

Like most ocean-capable powerboats, if the deckhouse/ports/doors all remain intact then the boat is pretty much self-righting, especially in large waves.

Regarding motion - chine and weight may provide a comfortable roll but there is a natural period and motion. If you want to reduce the "natural" roll then you need stabilization of some sort.

Probably better to hit the boatdesign.net forum for more info on this subject.
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Agree. Unless they guy is like me and has difficulty finishing his projects, it does look incomplete. Still, this Photoshop mock-up looks more balanced.


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Old 01-23-2016, 10:44 PM   #2875
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Yup .....
I'll bet that's the way it was before sombody decided they wanted more air.

Thank you Larry. You're really getting good at that!,.
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Interesting boat - Troller

I came across this picture of what I think is a troller built in either Alaska or Washington. Has anyone seen the actual boat or have any information on it? Is it a troller?
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Welcome aboard. I think you have to have a minimum number of posts before you can add pictures. As a result, NOBODY can see what picture you may have attempted to post so the answer to your questions...Nope and don't know.
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I met her 2 weeks ago in Villefranche Sur Mer, close to Nice, South of France. Stunning woody yacht.

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Wake? What wake? (48 second mark of "Summer 2015" video)

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I did take notice of the big wake in the video... but that could or been caused by the skipper wanting to show off for the camera.. look at the stern wake in the other video.. it looks really flat.. who knows.

A lot of boat that looks pretty well done for the money.. the bridge dash/ helm needs some redesign but the E.R. looks very well laid out. Typical in some home built boats.. the builder spends a lot of time laying out the engineering spaces and does a less than stellar job on the aesthetics of the woodwork.

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