Plans to build the 32' Zuider Zee Semi-Displacement Cruiser

To answer the many requests of a larger version of the Cane River, I developed the Zuider Zee. The first boat is now being built in the Netherlands, a nation reclaimed from the shallow waters of the Zuider Zee a wide, shallow arm of the North Sea that separates the UK from continental Europe. Aptly named, as this tough boat that can withstand the infamous stormy weather in the North Sea, yet operate economically and safely in both shallow and deep waters. Like all of the Spira International boats, the hull is simply made using ordinary construction lumber, with plywood planking and a fiberglass/epoxy overcoat for simple, inexpensive construction and rugged, long lasting life. If you're looking for a tough, economical, safe 32 footer, this is the boat for you.

Zuider Zee Semi-Displacement Cruiser Boat Plans

Zuider Zee Semi-Displacement Cruiser Wooden Boat Plans

Free Study Plans for the Zuider Zee Semi-Displacement Cruiser

Our study plans are two of the actual construction drawings. They're not enough information for you to build the boat, but they do give you the overall boat size, shape and construction methods. This is a pdf file readable with the free Adobe Acrobat pdf file reader.

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Electronic Construction Plans for 32' Zuider Zee

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About Semi Displacement Boats

Most yachts these days are semi displacement. This feature allows them to cruise at the hull speed or so without consuming much power, but if additional power is added, the hulls can actually plane somewhat. They won't be as efficient as a full planing hull, but they will allow you to move along at faster than hull speed if you have moderate power.

My versions are built usiiung build using construction grade lumber, ply, fiberglass and epoxy covering for a simple, rugged and durable boat. They utilize moderate power, so they can get up into the high teens of speed without breaking the bank in consuming fuel.



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