Load Case 1. DWL
|B:L Ratio on the WL||1 : 13.35|
|Wing Clearance Fwd||1m /3'3"|
|Wing Clearance Aft||960mm|
Load Case 2. DWL+50mm
|B:L Ratio on the WL||1 : 13.12|
|Wing Clearance Fwd||950mm /3'1"|
|Wing Clearance Aft||910mm|
Load Case 3. DWL+100mm
|B:L Ratio on the WL||1 : 12.89|
|Wing Clearance Fwd||910mm /3'1"|
|Wing Clearance Aft||860mm|
Load Case 4. DWL-50mm
|B:L Ratio on the WL||1 : 13.6|
|Wing Clearance Fwd||1050mm|
|Wing Clearance Aft||1010mm|
Load Case 5. DWL-100mm
|B:L Ratio on the WL||1 : 14.15|
|Wing Clearance Fwd||1100mm /3'1"|
|Wing Clearance Aft||1060mm|
Load Case 1 is the boat sitting on its designed waterline as you see in the drawings and renderings. It's a realistic weight for a fully loaded long term cruiser. Load case 2 allows for more fuel, water and equipment. Load case 3 is the maximum displacement.
Load case 4 is a typical sailing weight lightly loaded and to achieve Load Case 5 would take great care with the construction and some restraint with the fit-out.
If we use Load Case 4 as the base weight then the payload is 4.39 tonnes.