Re: What do you think about a pilothouse sailboat
I've been told that my designs , down to 31 feet , look better with the pilot house than without it. I am embarrassed about how long I sat out in the rain without a pilot house before I clued in. I wouldn't be without one. In the inverted position , the buoyancy of the pilot house is the equivalent of adding thousands of pounds to the keel, in terms of ultimate stability. On a steel boat ,the pilot house can easily be as strong as the rest of the boat
Brent Swain, Yacht designer, Builder, and author of "Origami Metal Boatbuilding"
Last edited by Brent Swain; 03-06-2012 at 08:50 PM.