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11-29-2011 09:59 AM
Pallas Athena hello,
I'm new to the Forum, Excuse me for English but I'm french. I bought my junk Creekmore 34 in Miami in May. I do not know what rig. but after 4000 nm is great. I am interested to know someone who practices junk rig.
good luck to all
Fabian
11-28-2011 07:47 PM
WanderingStar You're welcome! Semper Paratus!
11-27-2011 10:03 AM
1833usmc Tanks! Semper Fidelis.
11-27-2011 08:44 AM
WanderingStar A couple at least were built for sure. One was for sale a few years ago. Big boat, would take years to build. I like them too, at least from the plans. You might try asking on the WoodenBoat Forum if anyone has experience aboard.
11-26-2011 08:54 PM
1833usmc
William Atkin

Looking for any knowledge of the William Akin's, 46' Schooner-Rigged Motorsailer: "Magpie"

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