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rent 100-110ft mold for sailing yacht? or someone can build hull from own mold for me

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by gp333, Oct 1, 2009.

  1. gp333
    Joined: Mar 2009
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    gp333 Junior Member

    ok, PAR you know my budget now :): The hull is maybe 15% of the total cost, so a small difference is not significant.

    If you was do similar project in past show images and other... this one sentence so stop you :confused:
     
  2. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    YES AMATEUR! Thats the way it goes. YOU show us your budget and then WE tell you if it is possible and to which extend. But I doubt there is any budget worth talking, just premature dreams of a pretty barefaced novice.
    If you would have the money, you would have the offers for a boat already.

    But you dream of doing such task yourself with a "team" of other dreamers....right?!?
     
  3. gonzo
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    gonzo Senior Member

    Do you have any preference of where you will pick up your hull? If you need it delivered that will affect the price.
     
  4. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    Gp333, judging from your former postings on this forum, it can be reasonably deduced that you are a young would be designer, with rather limited experience, looking to develop your business. For example this last spring you asked the differences between glass/epoxy composite and GRP hulls. You were looking for technical specifications and price points. Again this suggests you are a rank novice or the school you went to, didn't offer much in regard to building materials and techniques. Therefore it would be wise from my point of view, to discount you as a possible client for multi million dollar yachts, even if it's just a bare hull.
     

  5. sabahcat
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    sabahcat Senior Member

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