Saturday, April 14, 2012

Design 2691 - 82' Pilothouse Sloop

This preliminary design was prepared in 2002. The design brief was for a modern looking pilothouse sloop but with no fixed windows in the sides or back of the pilothouse, just the ability to close in bad weather with side curtains (isenglass). The boat was to be built in composites.

Here is the general arrangement.

The guest accommodations was designed to accommodate six people, each cabin with a private head with separate shower stall. There is a day head at the forward end of the passage. The salon is raised above the engine and machinery space to a height so that a view out the windows is possible when seated on the settee. Forward of the salon are the crew’s quarters which are isolated forward of an amidships vestibule. The crew mess with navigation station, engine room access, and deck access is to port while the galley is to starboard. The Captain’s double cabin and the crew’s double bunk are forward port and starboard. A head with separate shower stall is forward and can be accessed by either cabin. The optional after portion was a charter boat option.

Principal Dimensions
LOA 82'-0"
LWL 68'-2"
Beam 19'-8"
Draft 8'-0"
Displacement 113,155 lbs

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