How fast will Bucket List sail?

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by rob denney, May 29, 2016.

  1. rob denney
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  2. redreuben
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    This could be fun;
    Whats the time line ? First time out or after it's sorted ? Or a special speed run in +20kts for the competition ?
     
  3. Teleman
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    WHEN will BL sail?
    Lots of interested people waiting.
     
  4. rob denney
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    This probably would have been a better question than the performance! Based on my record, the answers would have been very varied, and the comments more amusing.

    I am going to Adelaide next Friday to assemble the lee hull. The mast and beams should be finished shortly after, then it is all being trucked up here (Gold Coast) for assembly. Launch in August, all going well.

    You can follow the progress on http://harryproa.com/?p=424
     

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    Hi Rob,

    Good to read the progress.

    Jeff.
     
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