T-Gull 2300 photos now in the photo galllery

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by Bill Dunn, Feb 28, 2008.

  1. Bill Dunn
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    Bill Dunn Junior Member

    I just posted photos of the Newick Designed 23ft folding trailer sailer we are currently finishing, check them our and if you have any questions feel free to ask.
    thanks for looking
    Bill
    Tremolino Boat Company
     
  2. kach22i
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    kach22i Architect

    Nice, can we see a picture of it up on a trailer when you get that far?

    Novice Question;
    Is there any more "bow steer" in a Tri than in a Cat?
     
  3. Bill Dunn
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    Bill Dunn Junior Member

    T-Gull 2300 sitting on a trailer pics

    Yes I have pics of the 2300 sitting on a trailer both of it folded and unfolded, if you want them email me diredtly please at; fiberglassdr@wi.rr.com Also on your handling question, it really depends on how your boat is balanced and how far back the daggerboard is
     
  4. Doug Lord

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    T-Gull

    Bill, that boat is just flat gorgeous! Congratulations!
     

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  5. Bill Dunn
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    Bill Dunn Junior Member

    T-Gull 2300

    It is a cool boat and I'm taking orders for this years production
    Bill
    TBC
     

  6. Momo2000
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    Momo2000 Junior Member

    Hey Bill,

    Perhaps if you didn't steal the deposits your customers gave you would have had a job. 2 years and $10,000 later, and you won't even return my emails and letters. Not to mention other deposits you ran away with.

    Customer beware - Bill Dunn takes the money and runs. He also did a shitty job on the TGull parts he's built for some "lucky" ones. We are talking about being unable to join two vertical hull halves - pinhole leaks all along the joints.

    Sergey Leonidov
     
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