We chose the 9.1 mt LOA not to overcomplicate its construction, but to facilitate the availability of a place to build this boat, and at the same time to have internal volume that allows a comfortable cruise. The CPM associated with a chined hull is for us the best way to reduce the construction time.
Analysing the undersail behavior of chined boats we noticed sudden variations in volume so we opted for a triple-edge hull, which has a very similar behavior in the water to a round hull. The bow is very thin for a chined hull boat, a flat bottom and very powerful stern exits give an aggressive look to this boat.
We wanted to make something new for deck design in the amateur wood construction.
The Start 90 deck has the deckhouse and the cockpit with very soft lines.
We used the furnishings as structural elements to reduce the total boat weight.