#871 a 42' traditional trawler yacht Build in

Trawler plans

Length overall 42'-0"
Length waterline 38'-4"
Beam 15'-3"
Hull draft 3'-9"
Hull depth 9'-9"
Displacement 27,868 lbs.
Freeboard forward 7'-6"
Freeboard aft 3'-10"
Height less mast 16'-9"
Headroom 6'-3" min. to 6'-6"
Cockpit size 13'-0" x 6'-6"
Cockpit depth 3'-0"
Deckhouse size 13'-0" x 10'-3"
Pilothouse size 11'-0" x 10'-0"
Cockpit size 13'-0" x 6'-6"
Boat deck size 14'-0" x 13'-0"
Fuel capacity 670 gals.
Cruising range approx 1300 miles at 10 knots
Fresh water capacity 220 gals.
Sleeping accommodations 4-7
Hull type: Semi-displacement, hard chine hull with bulbous bow and reverse curve at chine forward. Practical speed range of 10 to 12 knots. Triple diagonal cold-molded plywood or solid wood on bottom to 1 1/8" thick, and double diagonal plywood or wood on sides to 3/4" thick, fiberglass or comparably sheathed. Topsides feature broad flare fore and aft with bulwark protecting walkaround decks. Fiberglass hull construction optional.
Power: Single diesel motor of approximately 145 continuous shaft horsepower maximum for 10 to 12 knot cruising speed with suitable reduction gear. Twin motors may be used, but are not as practical or economical, and hence not recommended.
Can the hull be extended or shortened? Yes. Up to 10% by re-spacing the frames from the aft end of the stem to the transom a proportional amount. We do not recommend increasing the beam.

Photographs Bill of Materials:
Fiberglass / Plywood
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