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Must Sell NEW hull and cap mold for 45' SF

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by GleamingBeam, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. GleamingBeam
    Joined: Jan 2011
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    Location: Florida, USA

    GleamingBeam New Member

    My partner and I are giving up on our new boat biz. Just before the US economy flopped, we were nearing the finish on a wide sportfish design. It is 46' overall with a 17' beam that continues back to nearly 15' at the transom. There is no keel built into the mold because we planned to customize that for the user's hp, planned usage, etc. The hull mold splits down the length and should fit in a container...just barely.
    Anyway, we just sold the land and building where the stuff sits and absolutely MUST SELL the equipment in the next couple months. The hull mold and cap are done. There is a rolling crane with platforms, resin gun, etc. that would be great for any operation. All this tooling was created about 2 years ago and has never popped a boat...brand new. (makes me ill)
    I'll leave the site up for a couple more months until the stuff is sold: http://britestaryachts.com/Photo_Album.php?aa=0&si0=3

    Let me know what questions you have. financiallegacy@yahoo.com
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