Designed in TandEadapt - ing.
Going from most exciting to a Logo. The keels might be awesome stabilisers but they'll be good for landing legs too. I can't wait to hit the beaches.
You might find one bulb keel like these on a sailing race cruiser. It helps to pivot the boat at high speed holding its center of gravity in the water to its rightoning position. Putting four like this on TandEadapts semi displacement hull should work in a similar fashion. It will grant less inhibiting of manuverability then a full fin keel and if properly measured can support the Trawler for beaching.
Along with the coding of TandEadapt for commercial work, the refitting of the saloon is a proper design statement. It will include an entertainment cabinet. A full U seating arrangement with a moveable lounge chair, inexpensive and working as both part of the U seating and a separate chair when L seating must be kept for a double berth sleeping area. There's even a hydrolic lift for a Vodka, ....I mean a wine bottle.
And final, do we know, T and E? Sure to soon with this design in fine lights on the high sides of the fly bridge front of the Trawler. Jeremie Solomon, is designing the actual fitting to really make it clear. You can view his designs in gallery at: http://jeremiesolomon.fr/
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Aaron Dia Pemberton. RYA qualified skipper. Trawler yacht captain of T&Eadapt