The T1150 is available for amateur construction or for your boatbuilder. For a complete sailaway package see Stomp38.

The T1150 / Stomp38 is a new design and is a development of the T35 (37ft).
LOA 11.6 metre
Beam 3.7 metre
Draft 3.0 metre
Sailing Weight 4000 kg
Crew Weight 700kg
Complete boat 3300kg
SA UP 91.5 sq. m
SA Down 260.0 sq. m

If you want to beat the 40 footers in comfort you can't go past the new T1150/Stomp38.

This is a serious attempt by Thompson International to get people back into affordable boats that is both exciting and fun to sail with accommodation for the whole family.
Sailing controls and deck layout is very simple with a large cockpit sporting a raised coaming for the mainsheet and controls to pass through.
The bow prod is articulating and extending with all controls operating from the cockpit. This boat has been setup for easy short handed sailing.
It is fast and powerful with a 100% ballast ratio to help drive it upwind at speed. The hull shape is very well balanced like all Thompson Designed boats and very easy to steer in all conditions.

Below decks there is full headroom with an enclosed head, full galley with cooler or fridge/freezer and chart table. The interior is clear coated Kevlar with cabin and accommodation fitout painted white semi-gloss.

The construction is highly specified with Kevlar skins over foam core using epoxy resins. The keel is high tensile steel with lead bulb attached and the rudder is full carbon with a carbon fiber shaft.

The pedigree of this design has been developed from the T35 (37ft) racing in the USA. This boat has swept all before it in all its racing and continues to be a great performer and yet retains the traditional Thompson ease of sailing characteristics.

This is an excellent boat for offshore regattas or harbour racing – with the bonus of being able to slide away for a weekend’s fast cruising with a few friends.
If you are looking for a fast and affordable boat capable of beating the 40 footers around the course, you can’t go past the Thompson T1150/Stomp38.

Refer to our designers
Sailing and tuning guides for more information on sailing these boats.

Click here for more information on
building your own boat.

The T1150/Stomp38 is designed as a one design with the added advantage of being a superb PHRF (=-6) racer capable of beating the 40 footers around the course.
The designers have utilises the latest VPP software to help create a boat that is very fast and stable upwind yet exhilarating downwind.
It features wide and comfortable side decks and a large cockpit, all of the sailing controls are simple and easy to use.
The rig features a topmast or optional twin topmast backstay .

The T1150/Stomp38 is constructed using Kevlar/Carbon skins, a foam core and epoxy resins. Carbon fiber is used for additional stiffening where appropriate.

The keel is manufactures from high tenislie steel and comes with the option of a fixed or lifting keel version.
The rudder is constructed using carbon fiber stiffening and shaft.

Rig – The mast is carbon fiber with an aluminium option for the budget conscious. Rigging is rod with aluminium spreaders and boom.
The bow pod is articulating and carbon fiber.

Deck Fitout – Full Harken fitout with winch option.

Sails – Mainsail, light and medium jib with a heavy air option.
Spinnakers are asymmetric with two masthead and one fractional.

Trailer and launching – The boat can be trailer launched using the custom keel winch or dry sailed with the central lifting hook.

Sailaway Stomp38
This boat is available as a full sailaway package with additional items selected by the owner.
The options available are listed in the boats specification.

Build your own T1150
This design is available to build yourself or by your boatbuilder.
We offer extensive drawings and build methodology with full size templates and advice throughout the construction and tuning process.
Find out more about building your own boat

Documentation for the T1150 Components Available
Construction Drawings with full size patterns (pdf & dxf) Mast and rigging
Full size patterns for temporary moulds (dxf) Construction material
Building Methodology Deck gear
Construction specification Sail package
Parts list  
Email support

World wide supply
We are happy to ship drawings and components anywhere in the world.

We offer a set of study prints for this boat to help you assess the cost and buildabilty of this boat
The study prints contain the material list, build methodology and component list for the boat.
We also provide the cost of the components required for supply by us.
There is a charge for the study prints, however the cost is deducted from the drawing price when the purchase is made.

How to obtain the drawings or study prints
Simply click on the link below and fill our your details with you request and we will email you with the information you need to obtain the study prints or drawings.

38.1 feet
Beam 12.1 feet
Draft 9.8 feet
Sailing Weight 8800 lb
Crew Weight 1540 lb
Ballast 3740 lb
SA UP 985 sq. ft
SA Down 2799 sq. ft

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