I spent a little time on the weekend and a little more yesterday trying to vectorize the only real schematic drawing I’ve been able to find of the Acapulco 40, so I can print something out to use for mapping stuff, planning, etc. Unfortunately the image is not at a very high resolution.
After a lot of cleanup to remove some of the tricker and less important pixels (like the floorboards), some thresholding, and some experimenting with autotrace, I’ve got something sort of passable. (Usually I use potrace, but it didn’t seem to do as well with this graphic.)
You can click the image for a vectorized PDF if you’re into that kind of thing.
Of note, there are some differences between the schematic and Oia, particularly in the top down view. Most obviously, the aft starboard double berth is replaced by a navigation table, electronics cabinets, and other storage; the port and starboard midships settees are as shown (and sleepable) but the berths as shown are replaced by storage; some of the port side of the V-berth is replaced by storage; and steering is by wheel with cable and chain, not a tiller. Aside from those, the layout is pretty similar. In the side and above decks views, the main obvious differences are the tiller again, the hard dodger/bimini that’s on Oia but not in the drawing, and the rudder, which is skegged on Oia.