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post #11 of 38 Old 01-06-2005
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Nantucket Island 33?

i''m trying to get schematics/drawings for my boat a nanatucket 38.

the prior owner left nothing behind except a boat in need of TLC

HELP!!!!!
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Nantucket Island 33?

I have owned a Nantucket Island 38 since 1994. I have cruised the boat down the Pacific coast of Mexico and Central America, Sea of Cortez, through the canal and up the Carribean to Mexico. The boat was designed, built and fitted out for cruising. It is probably one of the most comfortable and sea kindly cruising boats. Sturdiness is a hallmark. The flush deck design not only provides more volume inside, but more deck space for recreation and storage. I know that there is a 33 foot version, which eliminates the forward head and shortens the salon. Might be a little cramped for cruising, and the forward head is super for cruising with more than two aboard. Lots of storage space. Only two limitations that I know of. The engine compartment is very small and access is difficult. And, the clearance between the floor and the top of the keel is very shallow, which doesn''t allow for good drainage into the bilge sump.

This boat was made to cruise. If you are planning to travel this is a very serviceable, kindly, sturdy and easy to handle sailboat.

If you want more info, please send me an email at chimereatsea@yahoo.com. Good sailing, Dicky
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Nantucket Island 33?

The Nantucket 33 that you mention was designed by Alan Gurney in the mid 60''s. The original was built in wood , and named HOT FOOT. I believe a few were built in Holland in aluminum. I would like to correspond with the owner on this Gurney designed Nantucket 33.
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Nantucket 38 plans

I have the original plans for a Nantucket 38 (sloop rigged) from Ho Shing Taiwan. Don't know whether you are still interested.
send me an email: leofischer
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Leo, Welcome.
Throw a post into the introduction thread to let us know a bit about yourself.
Enjoy your stay.
Word to the wise...check dates on threads before posting a reply....no harm done but the fella looking at the Nantucket ended up buying a Westsail 32 and hasn't been heard from since 2005.
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I own a Nantucket 33 - anyone wanting details let me know!
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Nantucket 38

Hello,

I would be intersted in the study plans for the Nantucket 38. I am looking at N38 here in Aus.

Do you have them?

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I have the original plans for a Nantucket 38 (sloop rigged) from Ho Shing Taiwan. Don't know whether you are still interested.
send me an email: leofischer
Hello,

I would be intersted in the Nantucket plans.

please contact nick dot rollings at yahoo dot com

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nantucket island(er) 33

We just purchased a 1984 Nantucket 33 in California last month and brought it up to Canada. What drew us to her besides the quality of craftsmanship and the flush deck (lots of room) was the effective use of space below and we had never seen a model with a raised ceiling in the aft cabin, giving it an even more spacious feel - very unique and roomy for 33 feet. I would like to research the history of our particular boat but hit dead-ends everywhere. There are lots in Australia but very few in North America. Any ideas? Are there any other websites or forums for us Nantucket owners? Thanks.
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Nantucket 33 Peter Cole design.......

Hello,

I wonder if you would mind sharing some of your knowledge of this sailboat? Ever since I read Bob
Perry's glowing review of this design and saw the drawings I have thought this would be a perfect cruising boat for a couple with occasional visitors.
Do you have any Idea how long they were built and how many hulls were produced? As I am sure you are aware they are very rare on the used boat market,
but I keep my eyes open for one.

Are there any going websites with info about this design? I currently have an Ericson Sailboat which has a great owners website, which is great for support when taking on some kind of boat project.

If you care to share info about your Nantucket 33 I would appreciate, if not I completely understand.

Thanks,

Phil
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