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Part Complete Class 40 Offshore racing yacht

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Polarity, Dec 23, 2008.

  1. Polarity
    Joined: Dec 2001
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    Polarity Senior Member

    Due to a change in circumstances the owner of this boat has had to pull out of the build of this very strong, light planning offshore racing yacht, designed by Owen Clarke and built to the Class 40 regulations.

    This is a professionally built hull and deck in resin infused epoxy sandwich. Most beams and bulkheads are built and installed. Would not need infusion skills to complete remaining composite works. For details of compete boat and 000's of build images see www.express40.com, for costs and details see http://yachts.apolloduck.com/display.phtml?aid=101871

    South coast of UK but shippable!

    Also full set of female moulds and build process.

    Cheers !


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