Friday, April 22, 2011

Design 2432 - Prestige 36


This little I.O.R. cruiser/racer was built on a production basis by Prestige Yachts International of Australia in the early 1980s. The boats are constructed of fiberglass. The design was also utilized by a builder in the Philippines who marked the boats as the Holiday 36.

Here are the plans.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 35'-6"
LWL 29'-3"
Beam 11'-6"
Draft 6'-6"
Displacement 12,800 lbs
Ballast 5,428 lbs
Sail Area 720 sq ft

2 comments:

  1. Great to see this boat featured at last! I met my wife when delivering one (Ambil Angin) from Brunei to Hong Kong in 1990. She was part of the small crew provided by the owner. It was upwind all the way - occasionally 35kts with the square waves that the China Sea is known for - but, with a scrap of jib and the motor ticking over to keep the head up, we were able to make good time to Manila where I had to hand the boat over due to the unexpected offer of a real job. Fabulous wee submarine - thanks for the memory!

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  2. I have one from Prestige, named "Roller Coaster" built in 1983. She has done 6 Sydney to Hobart races from 1983 onwards, finished them all. She was based in Hobart at the time so some extra incentive there. We use her for cruising Moreton Bay, East cost of OZ and an occasional offshore cruise. Great with light to moderate wind forward of the beam.

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