|This design may be built with either a
regular trunk cabin or a pilot house. It is a pleasant, speedy little cruiser
that has found many admirers. It is also an economically sized yacht to build and this
vessel is quite capable in terms of strength and comfort of sailing around the
You can build the Roberts 310 with a round bilge hull out of fibreglass or wood epoxy or in a multi-chine or radius-chine hull using steel or aluminium as your building material. The complete plans include many sheets of large-scale drawings, plus full-size patterns for the hull frames and deck beams.
The large scale STUDY PLAN PACKAGE includes sample construction drawings in the material of your choice plus all the different general arrangement and accommodation plans. All for only $41 plus postage.
|L.O.A.||9.45 m||31' 0"|
|L.W.L.||7.77 m||25' 6"|
|BEAM||3.2 m||10' 6"|
|DRAFT||shoal||1.07 m||3' 6"|
|deep||1.68 m||5' 6"|
|DISPL.||4316 kg||9,669 lb|
|BALST||2009 kg||4,500 lb|
|AUX. PWR.||20 TO 33 hp|
Version A Trunk Cabin Version
Version B Pilot House Version
This Roberts 310 was built in the United
and modified to accept a drop keel.