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led upon this picture of Kamanu, my first USCG certified catamaran design. This fog is the volcano, I was told. I designed her in 1984 and she is still going out every day in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. CM epoxy/plywood. The head is tucked in a nacelle under the mast. Always one of my favorites.
height=”214″ class=”alignnone size-medium wp-image-1040″ /> Did this 32 power charter tri for Goa. Trying the tropical corrugated metal look, but in composite. Seats 16.
I had assumed that once the December 10 deadline for the heavy passenger revisions was met, the thing was over. Wrong.
Two things are happening. First, local OCMIs are pulling passenger counts on guys who submitted on time, but don't have the results back. If that happens to you, contact me. I will fix it.
Next, they have decided to go after the connective beams o
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n almost every vessel, apparently. The thinking seems to be that if the cat was certified originally at X weight, and the weight goes up, the beams must be in danger. They must assume we only have a safety factor of 1. All my beams have safety factors of between 4 and 6. I guess I have to show my work again and write cover letters explaining it. So much for getting leaner.
In late July I got a new credit card processing system for the shopping cart. It supposedly sent orders directly from the shopping cart to the bank. Instead of my keying them in by hand. It turns out that not a single one had been processed ever. dxCart blames authorize.net and they in turn blame dxCa
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t will be processed today. And it may or may not be fully working yet. They assure me they will get a handle on it. It is still safe to use cards at the shopping cart. Not a security breach, just was plugged up.
Paypal works fine. So again, the lot may be run today.
I was sent these pictures of my 36′ cruising cat a couple of weeks ago. I did not have time to look then. I found them yesterday. Thanks to Doug Schuch.
At first I thought the lower pic might be photoshopped, but I think the white bottom paint is what looks unexpected. The shadows do all line up.
It was built in the Netherlands as I recall. It is alloy. I don’t usually recommend alloy for a cat this small, but it looks great. It looks like it does its job. And its out there doing it.
Matthew’s 32′ stretched KHSD 28 powercat now has a new home in the Bay Area. Matthew flew in and reassembled it there. New owner reports it does 20 plus knots with a pair of 15 hp horse outboards.
Those long, slender hulls will give an especially smooth ride in rough chop.
The riches pour in. A nice article in Latitude 38 magazine. http://www.latitude38.com/lectronic/lectronicday.lasso?date=2011-11-16#Story2
I need to remind them that Rafi Francke designed the concept and I did the modeling and drafting.
I just was tipped that there are some new Cat2Fold videos on the UTubes.
Courtesy Bill Gow. And they got second in the Baja HaHa. As Bill says “It looks like they came in 2nd in the MARGARITA Division (multihulls),
beaten only buy a Corsair 31
(http://www.baja-haha.com/Alumni/2011Finishers.html). You might be surprised by who they beat!” Consider this is low aspect ratio, low CE boat with ease of use and safety most important.
Got what, 20 of the USCG submittals done. Under the deadline. Now I can get back to life.
Everybody who is expecting me to get some design work done. I have been hit with the anticipated “tsunami” of 185 lb passenger stability revisions. All must be in by the 10th. I will get back to real work as soon as I finish with the charter operators in jeopardy.