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25' downeast style Hull Mold

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by Resinman, Dec 28, 2017.

  1. Resinman
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    Resinman New Member

    24'9" x 9'6" hard chined modified vee. Very similiar to a 26 Fortier, with slightly less deadrise at transom. Mold needs some repair to be production quality but is fine to pull parts from. A hull was pulled from it about a year ago. Classic lines, with more modern design cues. 207-350-6511 8,500 obo.

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  2. Gurryman
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    Gurryman New Member

    I believe this was originally the "Nauset 249" Great Hull, GLWS
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