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Seeking classic double diagonal wooden powerboat?

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Ja Conja, Jun 18, 2012.

  1. Ja Conja
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    Ja Conja New Member

    I noticed some earlier discussion on the merits of double diagonal (mahogany in this case) planking on powerboats compared to ply when buying classic powerboats. Morelands built by Clark of Cowes had double diag unlike the more popular Faireys. Ja-Conja, a 38' (1966 Cowes-Torquay racer) is currently for sale with many original Olesinski design plans and other documents with Solent Motor Yachts in Hamble UK.

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  2. G.CAS.SR.
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    1961 26' Trojan Sea Breeze Crusier

    This boat is made of Honduran Mahogany and Burmese Teak
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