We have received (in fact a while ago, but no time to update the blog) photos from our clients in Australia. The first is building a Multichine 41 SK, with a hadr dodger option, in NSW. Their hull is well advanced, and they should finish the hull plate seams and turn the boat pretty soon. … More Two kits being assembled in Australia with impressive speed!
One of our customers just received his newly cut kit for a Multichine 41 SK design, which we personalized for him with a hard dodger and some changes to the cockpit layout. This is the second kit delivered recently in Australia by Plate Alloy Australia, a very well known kit supplier, aluminum fabricator, boat designing … More Multichine 41 Sk with hard dodger
We are currently working to complete the kit for one of our stock models, the Multichine 36SK. This was in fact the base design used to develop the Kiribati 36 design, one of our most popular kits. But so far we had not made a complete CNC kit for it. The images show a slightly … More New Kit soon available
We just got some pictures today from a client in Victoria, Australia, who already started to cut his Kiribati 36 CNC kit. The cutting is being done by Plate Alloy Australia, from Melbourne, a company that has a continuing relationship with B&G Yacht Design. We look forward to see one more of these … More A new Kiribati 36 starts construction in Australia
I was very happy to receive the photo below from our client and owner of the first Pop Alu 32 to be completed and sail, built by Ilha Sul Construções Náuticas boatyard in Porto Alegre, Brazil, some years back. This is a dream boat for those who want simplicity of maintenance, low draft and … More Pop Alu 32 goes to the beach
One more Kiribati 36 is coming along very nicely in the Southern Brazilian town of Santa Cruz do Sul. Her owner, Mr. Vanderlei Becker has bought the plans but not the CNC files, and is building the whole boat with traditional lofting methods, of which he had no previous knowledge prior to this undertaking. I … More Kiribati 36 hull # 4 and other news
One of our clients who is building a Kiribati 36 in Southern Brazil sent us these pictures of him turning the hull single handed. Mr. Vanderlei asked me for some tips on how to do it, and I gave him some advice and also sent him the line along which the center of gravity lies … More Kiribati 36 hull turn