You will also need Larsboat plans to complete this project.
I also drew up a trimaran sailing rig for Larsboat called "Trilars"
which is sold separately. It is pretty much a clamp on rig
except for the small mast step and partner. Here a photo of
a model of Trilars taken at last years Texas messabout:
Then he built what they call
down there a "Charlars" shown here with me behind
the wheel at the Conroe, Texas messabout in 2002:
It's different from the Trilars.
The main hull is per the Larsboat blueprint but built without
the deck. I thought the rudder and leeboard were just like
the Trilars print. The sail is a large balanced lug instead
of a sharpie sprit. The floats are triangular in cross section
instead of flat bottomed as on the Trilars, and I'm pretty
sure the Charlars is wider than the Trilars which I drew narrow
enough to trailer without disassembly. There wasn't much wind
that day but I got a little sailing in with the Charlars and
it seemed fine with the potential of being wicked fast. My
only thought was that it was fast and stable enough (it was
stable as a dock) that in rough water it might spear a wave
and ought to have the fuller deck, something I think the paddling
Larsboat can get by without in most cases.
This is Jeff Blunck's Trilars
- it's closer to the actual plans.