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Re: Bob Perry's take on Wolfenzee's dream boat

Originally Posted by Jeff_H View Post
As to the design process that has been going on in the background: for the past few weeks, when I haven't been sailing or trying to get work done, I have have, with Bob Perry's kind assistence, guidance and forebearance, been developing an interior layout for 'my version' of the boat that has been evolving within this thread. Here is that interior layout:

Lookin' lovely..... but where's the cavernous aft cabin that's a "Must" these days??

Seriously, somebody needs to build this baby.. wish it were me. Curious as to how the keel support (when extended) will be engineered...


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