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Formula 12 plans #236772
08/24/11 01:24 PM
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Hello all,
I am new to the forum and would like to find out how to obtain plans for an F12 boat. I am 5'9" and 175lbs and wonder if I would be too big for one of these boats.
Thanks
Dewey

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Re: Formula 12 plans [Re: Dewey] #236816
08/26/11 08:44 AM
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Welcome to the forum Dewey, Your not to big but it depends on what you want to do, my lad and I have sailed on his 11 ft Arafura Cadet going along fine total weight of 145kg or 320lbs and the F12 has a greater buoyancy. You can sail in light wind or if you have plenty of wind where you sail you'll have great fun on the F12, you can pull the main sheet hard on the high aspect sail and have control in 30knots

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Re: Formula 12 plans [Re: JeffS] #236834
08/26/11 05:05 PM
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Thanks Jeff,
I'm glad to hear the F12 won't be too small. I am looking to build something that I can sail solo and have an easier time launching and hauling single-handed, unlike my Hobie 16.
I just wish I could find plans. I tried e-mailing Chris Tucker but have not received a reply.

Re: Formula 12 plans [Re: Dewey] #236836
08/26/11 06:00 PM
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Dewey, I've been out of the office but will reply later today. Ds12 plans are downloadable I just need to remember the link.

Re: Formula 12 plans [Re: ] #236847
08/27/11 07:17 AM
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Thank you very much.

Re: Formula 12 plans [Re: Dewey] #236860
08/28/11 05:38 AM
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Re: Formula 12 plans [Re: erice] #236875
08/29/11 06:06 AM
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The foam f12 gato built was designed by ncik who also posts here. I sent him all the ds12 drawings and he spec'd an alternate set of hulls to fit under the same rig/beams/tramp etc

Re: Formula 12 plans [Re: ] #236928
08/30/11 02:17 AM
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I'm still here even if not so often. I'm glad to help if somebody needs help with the Tabby.

Re: Formula 12 plans [Re: ] #236937
08/30/11 06:35 AM
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Thanks Chris,
I PM'd and e-mailed Ncik about plans for the Tabby but didn't get a response.

Re: Formula 12 plans [Re: Dewey] #239499
10/30/11 03:37 AM
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Hello everyone I am new to this forum. Please get well.

Re: Formula 12 plans v 3m Tri [Re: Dewey] #239522
10/31/11 08:33 AM
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I wonder how the Aussie 3 metre trimaran would do vs Formula 12?
http://www.teamscarab.com.au/Aussie%203%20m/design.html

Re: Formula 12 plans v 3m Tri [Re: sail7seas] #239610
11/01/11 01:55 PM
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Originally Posted by sail7seas
I wonder how the Aussie 3 metre trimaran would do vs Formula 12?
http://www.teamscarab.com.au/Aussie%203%20m/design.html


F12 is the clear winner. Longer waterline, less weight, larger sail area and easier to build. Price should be about the same.


Luiz

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