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Will his thread now turn into hopelessly outofdate designs?
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No Anders. From now on this thread will post just the boats you like and nothing else.
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Any body have more info or experience with the new Garcia 45. Looks like it will be competition to the boreal 44. Lights in the hull always make me nervous as does all that glass in the deck saloon but sure is pretty.

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Any body have more info or experience with the new Garcia 45. Looks like it will be competition to the boreal 44. Lights in the hull always make me nervous as does all that glass in the deck saloon but sure is pretty.
Three boats commissioned and already being built including the one for Jimmy Cornell makes it a sales success already. They are launching a new Garcia 50. Both boats use the the hulls of the Allures (45 and 51). Made a post about it days ago. The first boat will be lunched this Spring. They are making the interior.

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If this were a bar . . . I'd buy the next round for the house . . .
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Three boats commissioned and already being built including the one for Jimmy Cornell makes it a sales success already. They are launching a new Garcia 50. Both boats use the the hulls of the Allures (45 and 51). Made a post about it days ago. The first boat will be lunched this Spring. They are making the interior.

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I think I like....the doghouse is taking me a bit to get used to. The fact that Jimmy Cornell is a client has given them some attention for sure.

My 'win the lottery' boat has always been a Hallberg Rassy 48, I might add the Garcia in there as well.

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Yeah, I sent Paulo a PM saying the same thing.
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I think I like....the doghouse is taking me a bit to get used to. The fact that Jimmy Cornell is a client has given them some attention for sure.

My 'win the lottery' boat has always been a Hallberg Rassy 48, I might add the Garcia in there as well.

Paulo your blog is looking fantastic.
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In fact Jimmy Cornell had chose Allures for his boat a long way back. He has been maintaining a collaboration with them, or better, Allures with him, in what regards sponsoring his books. I guess that the guys from Allures never expected that there was so many sailors (3) interested in a boat designed for high latitudes.

The Allures 45, that is the base for the Cornell boat have been a big sales success and his in fact a more overall balanced boat than the Exploration 45, better in more cruising situations and faster. I guess that in France there are lots of guys interested in going into the cold and not only, a friend of mine wants my collaboration in what regards a Northeast passage...I will give it to him on the condition of not going on that voyage The boat will be designed by Tony Castro.

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JPK 10.80, Archie A35 and Sun Fast 3600 met again at the 4ème Challenge de Printemps 2014.

This round goes to the Archie with six wins and three 2nd places in 10 races. I am a little bit disappointed by the JPK. I think they should have raced the new main sail!?

4ème Challenge de Printemps 2014 : inscrits et classements (IRC 2)

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First thought that comes to my mine is a german Jollenkreuzer. This one here, build in 1928, is stunning. The boat above, not so.
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