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Waterline 1320

 Home-built from plans or kit

Brand:
Schionning
Designed by:
Schionning Designs
Schionning Waterline 1320 MCMOGGY
Description:

The Waterline 1320 is a light, fast ocean cruiser intended for experienced sailors who are happy to keep the weight of the boat low so they may have outstanding sailing performance. Her maximum payload is 1.5 tons, about a half a ton less than the slower Schionning cats of the same length. She has low drag, slender hulls with a length-to-beam ratio of 13.5:1. These are easily driven by her modest rig and she accelerates rapidly. Long hull overhangs give good fore and aft stability, making her very safe off the wind.

Below decks there is a comfortable cabin forward in each hull with a queen sized double berth. The aft cabin in the starboard hull is a 'dive in' with sitting headroom.

The cockpit is efficient and uncluttered. A radial mainsail track runs round the back of wrap-around seating, and all sail control lines run to a central winch station. The cockpit is shaded by a fixed bimini. To view of the mainsail when sailing, or mostly when raising and lowering it, a large hatch which slides forward will open up the roof. This also allows one to stand at the controls with head and shoulders above the roof when steering in and out of marinas etc. The double helmsman's seat can be raised or lowered to see above the roof or through the windows forward.

The Waterline range
The Waterline range, like the boats in the Cosmos line on which they are based, are slim-hulled, lightweight cruisers intended for fast ocean sailing. The Waterlines go a step further towards high performance than the Cosmos cats, with finer (lower drag) hull forms, stricter weight control in design and lower payload. Although designed primarily for fast cruising with roomy accommodation and a full compliment of long-range cruising or liveaboard facilities, these excellent performers can be racers successfully.

The long hull 'overhangs' (part of the hull that extends beyond the bridgedeck) make the Waterline cats very well balanced, lean and delicate looking. They are designed for serious sailors who are prepared to be weight conscious so to enjoy extra performance. In the interest of weight saving, the only option for constuction is balsa cored Durakore planking.

Type:
Cruiser-racer
Multihull type:
Catamaran
Construction:
  • Strip planked in balsa cored Durakore
  • Balsa or honeycomb cored panels for bulkheads and furniture
  • Sealed with epoxy resin and glass
  • Composite forward beam with striker
  • Unsinkable with many buoyancy tanks
Sails and rigging:
  • Fractional sloop rig
  • Fully battened main
  • Fixed or rotating mast
  • Roller furling genoa
  • Furling screacher or asymmetric spinnaker flown from the bowsprit
Sails and rigging images:
Schionning Waterline 1320
Deck layout and gear:
  • Flat decks with non-slip surface
  • Targa bar carries solar panels and aerials, and lifts and carries a dinghy
  • Hardtop bimini with sliding hatch
  • Wheel steering
  • Double helmsman's seat which can be raised so the helmsperson can see over the roof
  • Optional aft anchoring setup
  • Main sheet traveller track on the cockpit seatback
  • Wrap-around cockpit seating
Keels, boards and rudders:
  • Kick-up rudders mounted in the bottom step of the transoms
  • Daggerboards - offset in the hulls to give more accommodation space
Accommodation:
Port hull: Head and shower compartment aft; navigation station midships; queen-sized double berth forward Bridgedeck cabin: Saloon with 360 degree view; dinette
Starboard hull: 'Dive in' double cabin with sitting headroom aft; galley midships; queen-sized double berth forward
Accommodation images:
Schionning Waterline 1320 MCMOGGY Schionning Waterline 1320 MCMOGGY Schionning Waterline 1320 FORZA Schionning Waterline 1320 FORZA Schionning Waterline 1320 FORZA Schionning Waterline 1320
Systems - Power, Navigation:
  • Two outboard motors set in vertical wells - cooled and ventilated by fans
  • Inboard diesels optional
Performance and handling:
  • Fast, light cruiser with potential for ocean racing
  • Modest payload for the length - 1.5 tons
  • Easily driven hulls with 13.5:1 length:beam ratio
  • High bridgedeck clearance for speed, comfort and safety
  • 7 kts cruise, 11 kts top speed with the motor
  • 11.5 kts cruise, 20+ kts top speed under sail
  • Simple handling with centralised controls for steering, sails and engines. Easily sailed short-handed
LOA (length overall):
13.2 m (43 ft 4 in)
Beam:
7.38 m (24 ft 3 in)
Hull length-to-beam ratio:
13.5:1
Draft minimum:
0.46 m (1 ft 6 in)
Windward sail area:
100 m² (1076 ft²)
Mast height above water:
17 m (55 ft 9 in)
Daggerboard / centreboard:
2
Displacement, lightship (empty):
4108 kg (4.04 tons)
Displacement at design waterline (DWL):
5608 kg (5.52 tons)
Payload:
1500 kg (1.48 tons)
Bridgedeck clearance:
0.8 m (2 ft 7 in)
Number of berths:
6
Cabin headroom:
1.9 m (6 ft 3 in)
Saloon headroom - cats:
1.9 m (6 ft 3 in)
Outboard engines:
2
Fuel type:
Petrol
Fuel capacity:
100 lt (26 US gallons)
Water capacity:
600 lt (159 US gallons)
In production:
Plans available
More images:
Schionning Waterline 1320 MCMOGGY Schionning Waterline 1320 FORZA Schionning Waterline 1320 FORZA
Degree of customisation:
Several options
Cost to home-build:
$185000 AUS (approx: £82024 Sterling / 110818 / $162717 US)*
Time to home-build from plans:
5600 hours
Time to home-build from kit:
5000 hours
Designer's/manufacturer's website:
Used boats for sale:
24 boats of this brand currently available!
 

* Exchange rates last updated: Sunday 27th January 2008 19:27 GMT

 
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