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Comparing INTERCAT 1500 & ENDEAVOURCAT 30 numbers

Specifications

SpecificationsINTERCAT 1500ENDEAVOURCAT 30
Length overall (Loa)28 ft.
8.53 m
30 ft.
9.14 m
Length at waterline (Lwl)26.67 ft.
8.13 m
27.67 ft.
8.43 m
Beam overall (Boa)14.5 ft.
4.42 m
14.5 ft.
4.42 m
Beam centerlines (Bcl)12.13 ft.
3.70 m
11.00 ft.
3.35 m
Hull beam (Bh)3.37 ft.
1.03 m
3.50 ft.
1.07 m
Displacement (Disp)3.13 LT
7011.20 lb.
3180.23 kg
3.5 LT
7840.00 lb.
3556.16 kg
Total sail area of
the Main and Jib (SA)
375 ft2
34.84 m2
482 ft2
44.78 m2
Bcl/Lwl - Beam centerlines (Bcl)
to the waterline length (LWL)
.45.40
Lwl/Bh - Waterline length
 to hull beam
7.917.91

Performance Indicators

Performance IndicatorsINTERCAT 1500ENDEAVOURCAT 30
Sail Area Displacement (SA/D)
 a measure of relative speed potential
16.3819.54
Bruce Number (BN)
 a measure of relative speed potential
1.011.11
Base Speed (BSpd)
 An empirically-derived indicator
 of speed potential
7.53 Knots8.14 Knots
PI-C - A Classic indicator of
 relative speed potential
.60.65
Texel
 Multihull Handicap Rating system
162149

Stability Indicators


Stability IndicatorsINTERCAT 1500ENDEAVOURCAT 30
Stability Index - Calvin Markwood (SI-CM)
This figure is an indicator of the resistance of
a boat to sideways capsize
3.572.57
Stability Speed (SSpd)
This figure is an indicator of the wind speed
at which the windward hull of a catamaran
will begin to lift
21.98 Knots18.26 Knots
« Last Edit: August 31, 2011, 12:27:08 AM by Sandy Claws - IC Hull #121 »
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