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Beautiful boat!

This looks like my kind of style. Nicer lines than I've seen on a lot of newer boats lately.

I would love to see interior pics if any are available.

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Bob you are the first designer that had thank me to put a boat here. ...., the post looks good because the boat looks good and that's your merit not mine.....
Yes, a beautiful boat but even more so exquisite drawings.. If I ever had the fortune to be able to be one of Bob's clients, drawings like that would be framed and prominent on my walls...
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It's easier than that.
If you send me a pm with your email address I'll email you .dwg files for those drawings and you can go get them printed yourself. I will not do that for everyone but you have been supportive in the past.

Many thanks for the kind words. I do take pride in what I produce.
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Beautiful boat!

This looks like my kind of style. Nicer lines than I've seen on a lot of newer boats lately.

I would love to see interior pics if any are available.
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Finished Interior

The interior is as nice as the exterior. I wonder how much that boat would have costed: The owner said that it was meant to be built in one year and it took two.

Well, nice exclusive high quality boats doesn't come cheap, but some are not cheap and are ugly Not this one.

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Paulo:
I don't recall the finished cost of JAKATAN but it was an expensive boat. What can happen with a project like this in a very good yard is that the quality level can get "elevated" to the point where every detail is a work of art. With JAKATAN's build the client was very appreciative of the yard's efforts with quality and wanted that level maintained through all aspects of the project.

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Dufour 410 GL

Another great Felci design. I find this boat even more well design than the big ones. it is easy to make a very nice looking 50ft bur not so easy to make the same with a 41ft specially if the boat has a good standing height and a great cruising interior:













I guess that I can save on words, this boat test (English) says a lot about the boat. I would say this one would be on my very short list if I wanted to buy a new mass market 40/41 cruiser. Well I would have preferred a performance cruiser but the interior would not be as big or good in what regards cruising and the performances of the 410 even if not comparable to a true performance cruiser are not that far, specially in what regards cruising. A great and beautiful boat, not to mention the incredibly good wine storage







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The interior is as nice as the exterior. I wonder how much that boat would have costed: The owner said that it was meant to be built in one year and it took two.

Well, nice exclusive high quality boats doesn't come cheap, but some are not cheap and are ugly Not this one.

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Wow! She's beautiful boat.

Looks like something I would consider IF I were to ever get a bigger boat. But I think I'll keep looking at older boats like Hans Christian or Cape George.

I can see a lot of work went into that boat. Much better looking to me than the production boats out there.

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Bavaria 41

After the Dufour 410 I feel a bit bad in posting about the Bavaria 40. The difference in looks however does not correspond to a difference in solidity or quality and the truth is that the Bavaria interior is functional and better than on the previous model that shared the same Farr hull. The boat sails well and it is the only family cruiser that offers 4 winches on the cockpit (six on the total) and that certainly makes sailing easier especially if one uses a Genoa instead of a self taking jib. We have also to consider that the Bavaria is a lot cheaper than the Dufour and probably will go better upwind.



They say very well about the boat on the Yacht.de boat test, namely that the 41 is a 40 "masterfully developed".

Year the test video, a nice one:

Bavaria Cruiser 41 - meisterhaft weiterentwickelt - Yacht TV - Segel Videos von Europas größtem Yacht Magazin



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I am sure the Luffe 37.09 is a very agreeable boat to sail and a very nice classic Yacht but if you are buying it because it is a performance fast 37ft cruising boat...then you are wrong.

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OK, Paulo, then how would you comment the results of Luffe 37 in the Fyncup results of 2013?

Sailwave results for Palby Fyn Cup 2013 at 31 maj - 2 juni - 2013 2013

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