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The Scarab 22 was developed from the 670 but is quite different. It is slightly bigger all round and wider in the stern sections. The float construction and beam supports are different from the 670 and there are no centreboards in the floats, the board is housed in the starboard settee riser. There is more room inside and has a larger cockpit with accomodation for 4.
This boat was built by Olivier Blanc in Canada using foam composite and epoxy resin.
Scarab 22 built by Peter in Brisbane
Scarab 22 built by Ray Kendrick
The boats above were built in foam composite and epoxy (Ray's) and plywood composite and epoxy (Peter's). Although the boat
is the same length as the Scarab 670 it has more room inside, larger cockpit, and is easier to build. There is no building
frame for the floats.
Approximate cost to build in Australia up to painting stage is $15,000 AUD (Klegecell foam composite) and $12,000 AUD (plywood composite panels) if you make your own panels.
Length Overall......................................... 6.775m (22' 4.5")
Study Plans: sent in PDF format within 24 hours. Study plans are provided to show a dimensioned general layout and sail plan, accomodation and a basic material list. Some other details may also be included. The boat cannot be built from the study plans but are provided for information and basic pricing.
Plans: the full plan set is required if the you want to build this boat. It contains all the information and dimensions required. The plans are presented in PDF format. These can be printed on your home printer on A4 size paper or sent to a photo copier to enlarge to A3 size. Plans consist of 61 drawings in PDF format emailed within 24 hours.
|Study plans $15 AUD|
|Full plan set $150 AUD|
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