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8knots


A little on the slow side

Registered: February 2002
Location: Wasilla Alaska
Posts: 266
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72' LOA 21' BEAM 7' DRAFT
She is a work in progress and has been for afew years
· Date: July-8-2002 · Views: 65730
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AdvenAndrew
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Registered: February 2003
Location: Alaska
Posts: 2
February-11-2003 8:14pm Rating: 10 

A beautiful trawler with really nice sheer lines.
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Palmer
Junior Member

Registered: November 2002
Location: Tacoma, Wa
Posts: 53
September-12-2003 12:03pm Rating: 9 

That is a fantastic profile. I'd love to see that boat on the water.
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benladen
Junior Member

Registered: November 2003
Location: Pillipines
Posts: 8
November-26-2003 5:12am Rating: 9 

it's a nice dream i hope for you it's comes true,

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FraserG
Junior Member

Registered: January 2004
Location: Auckland
Posts: 1
January-1-2004 10:33pm Rating: 7 

I like your design alot. However you do not have the stern section correct. There should ease flow from the boarding platform to the aft deck and into the main cabin. If you had a large crowd on board on a hot day they would want swin of the boarding platform move onto the aft deck with ease and drift inside for a cool drink. Also there is not enough shelter over the aft deck to get out of the direct sun.

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March-22-2004 5:43am

nice I disagree with comment about deck, if you mean the weather deck, then there is enough overhang, more and you cant swing a fishing stick

On the upper deck all needs is a Bimini on 38mm ss tubeing Nice drean keep at it I would go for one large main with thruster aft as well as forwards in hydraulics
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March-22-2004 5:46am

oh and the main cabin forwards, um not on passage?

Seeing as you have roll stabilisers, why did you chose a chine over round bilge?
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March-22-2004 5:48am

AND BYH TOMORROW i EXPECT TO SEE THE crane for the tender drawn in ok, ? smiles
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Anonymous
April-7-2005 1:48am Rating: 9 

It could make a beatifull weekend fishingmachine !!!

When is it going to be build ???



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mackid068
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Registered: February 2005
Location: CT, USA
Posts: 857
June-18-2005 2:16am Rating: 10 

Aft cockpit is much better for passagmaking, but this is ONE GORGEOUS BOAT.

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arees
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Registered: January 2004
Location: MANILA PHILIPPINES
Posts: 9
July-17-2005 11:31pm Rating: 10 

Nice Plan..i wish i could have that one.

Anyway..there is nothing wrong with

sundeck, everything is good and nice

to profile.
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randomtask
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Registered: December 2005
Location: london
Posts: 4
January-10-2006 10:07am Rating: 10 

quality layout and hull - looks really seaworthy
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Wellydeckhand
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Registered: January 2006
Location: Indonesia
April-15-2006 4:25am Rating: 10 

This kinda boat make us have a second look while drivin. Do u sell plan for it?
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alpp
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Registered: January 2009
Location: Turkey / Istanbul
Posts: 6
January-29-2009 4:25pm

I wonder if this lvely trawler finished yet.



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alpp
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Registered: January 2009
Location: Turkey / Istanbul
Posts: 6
January-29-2009 4:26pm Rating: 9 

looking good, mast should be smaller??



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