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Building a C-Class Racing Catamaran #289226
01/07/20 04:43 PM
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Hello everyone, I was browsing YouTube recently when I saw a video of the C-Class Little Cup. These boats blew my mind, and I immediately began thinking "I WANT ONE!" I was thinking about building one of these beasts, first building a female half-mold and casting four hull halves, then putting them together and building a wing. Is this plausible?


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Re: Building a C-Class Racing Catamaran [Re: Raidillon] #289230
01/13/20 05:36 PM
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Home is where the harness is.....
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Home is where the harness is.....
IMO, not really.... at least not such that you could attain the same level of performance.

I'm not certain, but suspect that the boats you saw are carbon/nomex, which means prepreg construction (big autoclave). To home build, you'd have to go with heavier carbon/foam and wet layup or infusion.

Not trying to just be a pessimist, but I had access to a set of molds for a 20' carbon cat and after looking at the cost of materials decided that it didn't make sense.


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