Chinese Boatbuilders??

Discussion in 'Fiberglass and Composite Boat Building' started by sandersc, Apr 9, 2008.

  1. Landlubber
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    jusembo,

    "workers get BASIC training in boatbuilding skills"...isn't this what I just said to you.......
    "With basic knowledge "....can only agree mate, they do need BASIC knowledge...and until that happens, well....i do not wish to go on any more....good luck.
     
  2. jusembo
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    A question of pipe

    Dear, aren't we here for that? Teaching and spreading our knowledge for a better world?? and same time for our own profit ??
    The flood level is different ... i'm a communicating vessel as you probably are and many many others.
    the1muchless is a little dirt in the pipe
     
  3. jusembo
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    the1muchtime

    for you:

    http://www.4399.com/flash/7097_1.htm

    have a lot uf fun!!

    David

    PS: If you don't understand how to do just post your questions on the forum there will be a lot of little Chinees happy to chat with you and be your friends

    :p
     
  4. genuinemarine
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    genuinemarine Junior Member

    Building Boats In China

    I decided to join this conversation with David about this topic.

    I am a Chinese who had been in the yacht building business for around 4 years and now running a small marine accessory company here since 2005.

    We are dealing with most of the yacht builders in China and should be in a better position to talk with any mate here about building boats in China.

    I had a similar discussion with some mates about the same topic long time ago.

    James
     
  5. jusembo
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    Long time ago ...

    Time is going and history is repeating.... :)

    So what's your opinion James? How is yachtbuilding today and how much progess since 4 years?
    Is it thrue that foreign investment are under restrictive policy?
    I saw several huge operations in Zuhai boatbuilding industrial zone; who are they? mainly foreign investors, local or joint-ventures? Are they principally oriented to re-export or to local market ....
    Last but not least: what about sailing driving licence how easy peoples can enjoy sailing

    PS: Maybe should be nice to slide this thread to a more suitable location??
     
  6. lazeyjack

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    you know, boatbuilding is a very personal business, a man and his boat
    In the Western world, a lie is the worst crime of all
    I think Chinese are not so honest
    Along with Turks
    I recently tried start yachtbuilding in the latter, and found nothing but lies
    No I would not trust Chinese, full of lies and ********, as seen in the GAMES
    But make no mistake, they will one day rule the world
     
  7. the1much
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    the1much hippie dreams

    see dumbo,,,,again you prove that your nothing at all,,,,,,im pretty sure if you could even start to read and understand what you were reading,,, you would of seen i was PRAISING you,,,,but you the usual ignorant chinease dude that has a "complex" about where you live,,,,and since you cant even understand my SIMPLE english,,,,do you really think anyone reading this thread is going to think your even smart enough to learn the BASICS?
    oh well,,,, idiots like you make people like me with 3 brain cells look so very much smarter then we really are,,,,,,,,thanks.
     
  8. Butch .H
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    "David" and "James" are the same idiot:p
     
  9. powerabout
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    I took a megayacht back to a yard in Holland for some updates for a new owner 15 years ago
    All 105 staff in the yard had a boat!
    that explains it all!
    The Chinese were banned from going to sea after 1430 and only have just been allowed back so they have some catching up to do.
    As mentioned above Taiwan and the others dont have quality chemicals so the end result is poor.
    I thought the Chinese invented osmosis, is that true?
     
  10. the1much
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    the1much hippie dreams

    they invented the "oil drill",,,and the "basics" of that first design are still being used today,,,,,,i wonder if the dude that thought that up was an immediate pro........
     
  11. jusembo
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    Lets see the good side..

    Sorry for that James i was not suspecting such serious mental regression.

    I hope they're still minority over there otherwise they will soon drop their country in a third world position

    From another side it will bring new opportunity for boatbuilding at cheap labor cost.


    - Lazyjack will become Hardwork
    - the1less will work instead of littering the posts along the day
    - and F. *****, the smartest one ... hum ... let me see what may be suitable for him .. hum ... difficult, really difficult ...

    ok just wait and see.
     
  12. jusembo
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    jusembo Junior Member

    Any other candidates??
     
  13. Butch .H
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    Hey david(doos) are you the little frog or is james the little frog:p Had a look at your boat. I you uped your game a bit it may well be sutible fire wood.
     
  14. the1much
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    the1much hippie dreams

    again you prove me right,,, thank-you
    not everyone has a talent like yours,,,, most people say thank-you when told how good your work is,,, most say thank-you when you tell them their doing alright in a place that makes it difficult,,,,,but not you,,,, you must bring yourself up to a fifth grade level to call people names and TRY to put them down,, just for saying your doing good.,,, did your mother teach you this? did your "daddy" "touch" you when you was a child?,, are you a crack-head?
    what are ya gonna do when someone wants you to come to belgium to build their boat ,, because they like your work,, but not china???
    well,,,, again,, thanks. hehe ;)
     

  15. Butch .H
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    1much I think a crack head would have a little more finesse than our split personality freind james/david:D
     
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