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This has popped up on a couple of other sites. Have a look.

A modest wee thing, don't you think ?




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Can it be sailed short handed?

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Guess it depends on how you define 'short-handed'. Looks like a very efficient and easily-handled rig and probably does not need a huge deck crew. Chefs, stewards, housekeepers, etc would be another matter, of course.

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Wow. I can't wait to see it -- if not in person then in video/photos.

I wonder what the hull speed is? In the profile drawing, it looks like an "all waterline" design, i.e. the waterline is every bit the LOA. At 462', that would yield a 28.65 knot displacement hull speed. Fun!


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Oh I dare say we could fit in a Magma or two if you really insist CD.

Looks like something out of a Jules Verne novel. Wonder who the owner is ?

Like JRP...I'd love to see her under way.

I wonder if they'd build me a 40' version ?

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