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Been lurking for a while and finally pulled the trigger on two things. One, I ordered a new 2014 Beneteau 34 Limited and two I decided to stop lurking and join sailnet. Now comes the hard part.....waiting while the boat is built. I will be visiting the factory in June to see the hull in progress. I have learned a lot so far from reading sailnet and look forward to more. Thank you so far for all the great information.

Pictures will come when I get the boat ..... not until Julyish.
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Welcome. Congrats on the new boat.

Keep us updated on the story of commissioning a factory new hull.


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Will do. After my commissioning meeting, I am sure I will have some questions for the group.
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I hope the boat is not limited, but just a limited edition

Congratulations on the boat and welcome. Nothing like waiting for a new boat to keep us dreaming.

Have fun and lot's of sailing and after, please, post about it.


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Congratulations! Like Tom Petty said, the waiting is the hardest part.

Can't wait to see the pictures!

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Hi! Nice to meet you all.I am Alex and new here.I am gals to join this forum.I think its best place to share and discuss all the relevant things here.Thanks and welcome to all.

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Welcome friend! :-))
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Welcome and congrats on the new boat. Did you buy the electronics package or will you be outfitting the boat once you receive her (i.e. VHF w/AIS, Radar, hand held VHF, etc.)?

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