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Details continue to be ironed out on my project for the Swedish client's 45 double ender. We are not done yet but we are getting close. I need a cove stripe. I need to get those frames off the hull ports and inset them into the topsides. They are standard Lewmar fixed lights as shown. Won't do. Hurts my eyes. We have devised an ingenius ( thank you) solution to the problem I created with the aft hatch and the rudder stock. (idiot!) This will be one of those, "Did you see how they did that?" moments. I got the dea while having my hair cut.
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Very cool looking boat B. Here's to haircuts!


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Really nice looking boat. That will definetly be the talk of the marina.


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mmmmmmm Pure artwork Bob ! The good answers always seem to come at relaxing moments

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Here are a few more images for you.
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wow ... simply wow. The thing I love about your work Sr Perry is that without going koolaid crazy you tread the road less travelled.
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Those computer renderings are amazing - they're like having high quality photographs of a boat that doesn't even exist yet.

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You mean to tell me now that there's a road? I thought I had to whack my way through the bush by myself.
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Re: The Swedish client

Bob,

That new one looks like mine, but no bow sprit. I see you've smoothed out things a bit as well. Going back to your original "best" for ideas? Smart man! More pictures please, I may have to go back to work now.....Wow!


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