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beauty of a boat! About your teak decks though, they look like they are laid in one piece and then routered to make them planks? I've never seen this method before, could anyone fill me in.
Absolutely not, plank by plank, cold bend, glued and bolted. Each one of them. 1 month worth of work just for the deck!

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Great slideshow!

Enjoy her, she's a beauty!

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Great looking boat, good luck with her!
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Must....suppress.....envy....
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A beauty to be sure. God bless her and all who sail in her.

I am only surprised that her master has any hair left after all of the decisions to be made during construction!

Thankyou for sharing the wonderful photographs. That was thoughtful of you.
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WOW!
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I don't know G- , she's soo bad they had to destroy the moulds after she came out!! I heard they beat the hell out of the mould maker too!

Excellent photo documentation of the birth of a wonderful boat. Now if only she could find someone to sail her.

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T, Happy New Year my friend!!

Sorry, can't invite you to sail her, a minimum "knowledge" about sailing is required, not just a lot of posts here!!!!

About the mould maker, poor guy, they didn't beat him up!! I did for what he charged me!!!

By the way, here is another photo, this time without the genoa, so her lines can be seen.

Must be parent love, but I really like it!! Here we say something that I will try to translate: - He, who loves an ugly woman, sees her beauty!!


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G- No worries mate, I am truely not worthy. I fear for what you must have done to that mould maker! (Or at least wanted to!!)

I don't think you have to worry about any ugly women in your life.
Happy New Year to you and your family.
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That's a great set of pictures, and a great looking boat. You've probably mentioned this elsewhere, but what length is she?

One thing though.....there's no such thing as an ugly woman, or boat.....just ones that aren't as attractive as others.
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