Jay at Adventure Cats reminded me that there are newer pictures of going under Golden Gate bridge. My 65 daycharter cat.
I think I posted this once before but it is such an amazing picture, here goes again.
My 65′ daycharter cat Adventure Cat 2. Out of San Francisco, of course.
I just got this picture of my 34′ daycharter catamaran operating on the north shore of Kauai. beautiful.
Mystic Cat, my newest CM 48′ daycharter catamaran has arrived in it’s home port of Buffalo, NY.
Finished up and sent off to Buffalo NY, one 48×28 day charter catamaran. About 14 months with a crew of three plus an occasional fourth. Here are some pix – some text and vids to follow. Three sets of images, the crossbeams, the daggerboards and trunks, and the hulls.
heres a little video of turning over a hull: https://youtube.com/shorts/sbAoR5XPQ_g?feature=shareRead more Continue reading 48 DAYCHARTER CAT UPDATE
The 36′ BIB stuffed into a container.
I got to visit my first COI cat on Big Island of Hawaii.
1987 i think it was. Still carrying passengers every day. Looking good.
I forgot to post about my 63′ daycharter power cat, Kai Oli Oli. I visited them December 3rd. I got to ride along when they practiced their man overboard drills. Oceanjoycruises.com/our-boat/
This partially built 42′ catamaran is for sale in California. The builder died. It also has a lot of tools.
“My brother, Tim Beyer, purchased your plans for a 42 foot Cruising Catamaran approximately 5 years ago. He has built the hulls, bridge deck floor and dagger board cases from plywood composite and fiberglass. It needs an interior fit out and rigging.
I would like to sell the partially completed project with the plans, all power tools, supplies and materials, and a 38 foot trailer that can haul the hulls.
My brother put his heart and soul into this catamaran and unfortunately died before he could complete it. Consequently I’m looking for a buyer who appreciates all the love and skill he invested in this boat!
His boat is currently located in King City which is an hour’s drive from Monterey.”
As you can see, it is almost built. CM developed plywood.
Sue at 650-493-6630
The next morning we inserted the bow unit. Done.
And a look at the hull frim behind. The aft area will get smaller after the bulkheads are installed so the crew can walk into the hull.
And a side view to show how round the hull section is.