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post #33 of Old 07-31-2011
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Originally Posted by lafayette View Post
i was reading the review, and i might buy a steel boat for some reason
the fibre glass there is the problem of osmose, then there is the problem to treat the problem.
The repair is a bit more difficult

as for the steel, heavier and more solid construction
Ok i can said, i will lose 1 or 2 knots on sailing.

David
If your really interested in a steel boat, sign up for a welding course at your local community college. Your going to need these skills for a steel boat. Hope you like sanding, grinding, chipping, rust, dust, painting etc. It will be your LIFE for many, many years.


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