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45ft Mold or plug wanted

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by izland, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. izland
    Joined: Mar 2010
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    Location: uk

    izland New Member

    I am after either a mold or a hull of a 40-50ft power boat.
    Preferably in the UK or Ireland, would consider somewhere in Europe though.

    Let me know if you have one for sale or know of one that may be available.

  2. captainmac
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    Location: Alaska & Washington State

    captainmac New Member

    45' Mold wanted

    My partner and I are liquidating our boatbuilding business. We have molds from 37' to 57' however they are located in the Pacific Northwest U.S., north of Seattle. You can go to http://www.coastalpassagemaker.com to see the boats we build from these molds. We have complete tooling for the CP-45. It is a beautiful boat. The molds used to belong to Delta Marine Industries in Seattle.

    Larry "Mac" McQuarrie
    Phone 907-617-2790
  3. KND
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    Location: South Africa

    KND Naval Architect


    we are situated in South Africa. Our design office will be able to design and use our 5 AXIS cnc machine to cut you a plug and even make the molds. Shipping cost to the UK is really cheap.
    Send me a mail if you are keen to discuss: kobus@navaldesign.co.za
  4. GleamingBeam
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    GleamingBeam New Member

  5. jhonny68
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    jhonny68 New Member

    I have a 36ft* crusader offshore boat mold
    1 hull, 1 deck , mold 36 ft , beam 10 ft', dead rise 24 degrees draft @ transam 30' width @ transom from chine to chine 8' width is 114' @ top of transom and where the bracket goes is 100' wide and transom is 16 degree. Call for additional info. Giovanni
    239-285-3706 or send me an email at dcastellana1111@aol.com
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