Your best bet is to take a look at the detailed post on Beowulf on SetSail: https://www.setsail.com/beowulf-the-ulti.... Also, there is a ton of detail on Beowulf's construction in the Dashew's Offshore Cruising Encyclopedia book, which is a free download on SetSail: https://www.setsail.com/free-books/.
I really Wanted to purchase Deerfoot 2 a boat I have admired my entire sailing life but missed it. I am also very sorry for your loss. I know boats and mostly agree with your designs for world family cruising. I am planning same with my two boys. I hope to one day own one of your fantastic boats so I can share the world with my boys. Perhaps you would share with me knowledge if gained of good used boats that may come up. I would truly appreciate it. Thanks, Capt. Jason Wright
Your best bet is to get in touch with our agent Sue Grant: Sue.Grant@berthon.co.uk. She handles most brokerage opportunities for Dashew designs.
No, there are no more 64s being built. You can email Sue Grant at email@example.com for brokerage availability.
I am looking for a Dashew designed sail yacht.
I have been trying to make a comparison of all their designs but my search has been based on the web which varies somewhat as often sales brochure details are vague or inaccurate.
I would like to compare LWL / Beam x 0.9 figures based on the designed displacements. I have multiplied the beam by 0.9 to achieve an estimate for waterline beam but if they have the designed displacement waterline beam that would result in more accurate figures.
Also, they have mentioned that the underwater hull lines changed form the Deerfoot to Sundeer range and was wondering how the Sundeer yachts differ in this respect?
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I passed along your note to my dad, who is too busy with his boat and projects right now to do digging..But he suggested you download their Offshore Cruising Encyclopedia (free pdf download on setsail: www.SetSail.com/free-books). When you open the Table of Contents, starting on page 461, there is a section called Design Concepts. This goes into the Deerfoot and Sundeer and Sundeer production designs in a pretty detailed fashion. Hope that helps! Cheers, Sarah Dashew
The hull is what sits on the bottom.j
Stay tuned for a thorough post on Cochise, pros, cons, successes, and things they would do differently. Should be published in the next couple weeks.
I have heard about Intergranula corrosion, and how it affects alloy. after 20 years it can be devastating to an alloy boat. But, you guys are such big fans of alloy. is there a way to reduce or eliminate this type of corrosion?
Steve doesn't check this site, unfortunately. It's just a signup for occasional email announcements. If you have a specific technical question, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, I am a great fan of Steve's sailboat designs and will eventually own one in my retirement. I follow the boats sold on the second hand market so Sarah's new list of boat history is very interesting. I am wondering if you have a list of all the sailboats with original and current name and build number? Regards, Bob T
Sorry to say we don't have that information available. (Also, apologies for the delayed reply. There have been major glitches in the mail list server!!