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I'd like to put in my oar for tiny double enders!!
A Danica 16 made here in vancouver BC 1of 24
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Would you mind if I used that photo some time? It's a good one. It makes me feel good.

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Gosh, now I'm curious!
What sort of punishment were you imagining, BJ ?
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Would you mind if I used that photo some time? It's a good one. It makes me feel good.
I'd be very happy for you to use it. Your T37 has been a big part of my life. Taken me to some pretty interesting places too. Now onwards up the Mallaca strait.....


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Thanks. There are very few things that make me happier than seeing people enjoying my boats.
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The T37 always looks best in an exotic location, like up a river deep in Borneo!
I`m a little bit curious, what is the origin of the name of your boat - "Æventyr"
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not all double enders have to have old fasion design details or a full keel, the esprit 37 has always been favorite of mine,
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That boat was one of his very best IMHO. He managed to make it both racy and feminine looking at the same time, similar in that way to some of Rhodes boats (Kirawan). I never much cared for the chopped up panels of non-skid though.

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I`m a little bit curious, what is the origin of the name of your boat - "Æventyr"
AEVENTYR= big adventure or fairy tale. The Hans Chrristian Andersen fairy tales were also called "AEVENTYR's". Pronounced with a long A sound. The writing style is also an old way of spelling and comes from Swedish/Danish/Norwegian background. Aeventyr is the original name on this T37 from some 35 years ago when she was took off the container ship in Seattle after being shipped over from Taiwan.

We are having a fairy tale big adventure out here in Asia after leaving Seattle 12.5 years ago. The AEVENTYR keeps on getting better...


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AEVENTYR= big adventure or fairy tale. The Hans Chrristian Andersen fairy tales were also called "AEVENTYR's". Pronounced with a long A sound. The writing style is also an old way of spelling and comes from Swedish/Danish/Norwegian background. Aeventyr is the original name on this T37 from some 35 years ago when she was took off the container ship in Seattle after being shipped over from Taiwan.

We are having a fairy tale big adventure out here in Asia after leaving Seattle 12.5 years ago. The AEVENTYR keeps on getting better...
Thanks, I`m Norwegian - was just curios of your connection to this nice name
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