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Seeking redesign of William Akin's 46' Schooner-Rigged Motorsailer, "Magpie". Feasibility study of resign in Monel 400 on 316L framework. Must be willing to work with Lloyd's. If contract awarded, would also select the yard. Construction budget total $1 million (US).
Timeline: 12 months launch from contract. Service area: Texas Gulf Coast and bay areas, and South Pacific.
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Seeking redesign of William Akin's 46' Schooner-Rigged Motorsailer, "Magpie". Feasibility study of resign in Monel 400 on 316L framework. Must be willing to work with Lloyd's. If contract awarded, would also select the yard. Construction budget total $1 million (US).
Timeline: 12 months launch from contract. Service area: Texas Gulf Coast and bay areas, and South Pacific.
You might contact Robert H Perry Yachts Designers Inc. Home Page . Note, however, that the alleged budget for a 46' boat seems rather disproportionate, no?
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Well taken, 'old dirt'. Thank you.

Please be advised, that the budget increased to: $1.5 million and the schedule timeline increased to 18 months.
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Well taken, 'old dirt'. Thank you.

Please be advised, that the budget increased to: $1.5 million and the schedule timeline increased to 18 months.
might need to go higher, given the cost of monel is 12-15 times higher than fiberglass...I would think you are in the $300-400K for material to do just the hull and superstructure and decking...

Looking forward to what happens next. Best of luck.
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The choice of vessel and building material makes me think this would be a great DYI project.Cheaper too.
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There is nothing 46' on this earth that's worth over $1.5 million!!!!
Not to float in the Gulf of Mexico? !!!

The Puritans have tared and featherd another free thinker.
And ya'll just can't figure out why the industry all moved to China and New Zealand.

All offers and interest here are secured; I kid you all not!

I will build Her just the same. She will be named in memory of my mother :

"Margaret Ann"
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Good day, Gentlemen.
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Ditto. For the kind of sailing most of us here seem to do you can't do better than RHP.

If you are serious, hire him, listen to him and then do what he advises you - he knows more about sailboats than the rest of us combined. Considering the $$$ you are talking, his fee will be a pittance in the grand scheme and you will be sure to have a good boat with high resale value.
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Thanks guys.
He did contact me and after an exchange of less than 100 words he came to the conclusion that our temperaments would not work together.

I just finished the book TEMPERAMENT by Stuart Isacoff so I know a thing or two about the various temeperaments and I think I could play in any of them.
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Thanks guys.
He did contact me and after an exchange of less than 100 words he came to the conclusion that our temperaments would not work together.

I just finished the book TEMPERAMENT by Stuart Isacoff so I know a thing or two about the various temeperaments and I think I could play in any of them.
Ah... Well. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

I refuse to do business with someone I don't seem to hit it off with at the outset. (Given the foregoing, my wife's suggested I'd better retire!)
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Thanks guys.
He did contact me and after an exchange of less than 100 words he came to the conclusion that our temperaments would not work together.

I just finished the book TEMPERAMENT by Stuart Isacoff so I know a thing or two about the various temeperaments and I think I could play in any of them.
A guy that comes to a public forum like sailnet looking for a NA with an odd project for a $1 000 000 boat deserves little credit. That old design made with expensive materials would worth only a fraction of the price it costed to build after being finished.

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