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Low Power Molds Wanted

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by jsailor22, Feb 24, 2005.

  1. jsailor22
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    jsailor22 New Member

    Hello Again,
    I had hoped to begin my boatbuilding career with sailboats, but that no longer seems practical. I have widen my criteria some. I will now consider any mold for a boat that can be adequately powered by about 15 HP or less. I will consider any type of low power/full displacement boat. Tugs, lobster boat, lifeboat, etc. I would still like something that will hold at least 3 people (no canoes etc.), but small enough to fit on a trailer. Any info. would be great!
  2. geo6246
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    geo6246 Junior Member

    call George Daly of LaRosa Design at 615-763-0931
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