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I am wanting to join a company that designs and builds sailboats in the Seattle, WA area. Might anyone have ideas about where to look, who to talk with?
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One good place to start on the design end in Seattle is Bob Perry. Hard to find a better designer than him. www.perryboat.com
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George Bueller and Michael Kasten are two respected designers that live/work in the Seattle/Puget-Sound area.
The "Metal Boat Forum" is based in that area and there is a lot of design and building activity is referanced in their newletter and forum.
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thanks for the recommendations. i'm going to follow these leads and see where they go.
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