The R16.75m cruising yacht is a full aluminium kit yacht with all components for hull and deck plasma cut, ready for assembly. The construction is designed to the Uniform Shipping Laws Code - Class 2B.
Second yacht building in Gdansk.
|For larger view/print||For larger view/print|
|25mm (1") Up||22,093kg||48,707lb||0||0|
|25mm (1") Down||24,265kg||53,495lb||2,172kg||4,788lb|
|50mm (2") Down||25,384kg||55,962lb||3,291kg||7,255lb|
|75mm (3") Down||26,525kg||58,478lb||4,432kg||9,771lb|
|100mm (4") Down||27,686kg||61,037lb||5,593kg||12,330lb|
Based on the loading requirements of liquids, stores and extra equipment for a cruising yacht of 40 - 48ft (which can be from 2,600 to 3,000kg) the following information shows the range of loading and changes in waterlines.
An effort should be made to build and load the yacht within the figures recommended. Overbuilding or adding any unnecessary weight during construction and fitout will detract from optimum loadings.
See stability curves highlighting possible variations in righting moments based on different vertical centres of gravity.