Sunday, October22, 2017 L-36.com

Dimensions of Eventide



Good Morning Allen, Copying Jeff, as he is with the handicappers. My sail dimensions are to the best of my knowledge, as original class measurement requirements, some of which may be visible on the drawings of the first two boats (three window jobs) for sails and the EVENTIDE drawing for hull dimensions. Last year Jeff, Bob Cart, and I did some more extensive measurement work. D = Design, M = Measured
LOA and LOD 36' 2" D and M
LWL D  28"  0", M 29"  2"
Beam  D  9"  6",  M  9'  7"
Draft  D  5'  6"  M (estimate) 5'  9"
Displacement D 12000, M (est.) 14000
Ballast Type  External
Ballast  Lead (weight about 4440#)
Hull Const. Strip P. Mahogany
Keel Type  Long Fin
Rudder Type   Inboard
Prop Type Pick what you have Solid, Feathering, Folding, other?, two or three blade?
Spar Type,  Hollow Spruce or Aluminum?
Sail Type  Marconi Dacron (Mylar?)
Rig  Sloop
Sail Material  Dacron?
Largest Jib  This is the Maximum LP (see drawing) expressed in percentage ratio to 
J dimension, ie 150 = LP/J or 13.5 x 15.0
Spinnaker yes or no?
Given sail area (I presume working sail area) 583'
I  Jib Hoist to Deck  40'  6"
J  Mast to Tack  13'  6"
P  Boom to Hoist  35'  6"
E  Boom Length 17'  6"
G  N.A.
F  Freeboard Should read "waterline to deck at mast" M 39"
Please create a file on this if you haven't done so, some day someone may be asking you. The questions regarding sails in particular are what you will use, not what you have, and I have no response for roller furlers, and I don't plan to use the spinnaker, thus on mine this blank indicates NO. The measurement numbers may be important as these are required when racing MMBA Ocean Class, so save these for future reference. Feel free to post any of this on the L 36 site. Later bob

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