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Renovating a Catamaran - the first 5 months

This video takes a look back on the last 5 months of renovation and repairs that have taken place in Key West aboard our 42' Fountaine Pajot Venezia - Catchin' Rays.

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Kevin,

I enjoyed the video! Looks as if you will have a fine cruising boat when you are done!
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Re: Renovating a Catamaran - the first 5 months

Freakin' awesome Kevin. Keep up the videos!

You guys are doing a great job. Nice work.

(PS - I just got to the part about your wife's heel. Holy crap. That is absolutely insane. I need some serious mind bleach for those photos. I'm so glad she's on the mend.)
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