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Old 19-09-2012, 17:37   #61
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Thanks VB. We bought it like that from the previous owner, so no credit to us at all, apart from finding it. He was a bit of a cabinet maker and it would seem that the stainless galley was custom made to his requirements. i hate to think how much that would cost, but maybe he had a mate who could do it. Anyway, it sure is a classy looking interior on a production trailer sailer, probably vast overcapitalisation really, but we are content to reap the rewards of someone else's endeavours.

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Old 19-09-2012, 18:28   #62
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Feel free to make fun of the sail but this is our first year "sailing" and we did it on a very tight budget.
Hey, the important part is that you got out there an did it!
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Old 19-09-2012, 20:12   #63
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The 'UMIAK' this is my first vessel a 40' ketch custom hull kit from John Brandlmayer out of burnaby Bc, it took 9 years to build from 1971-1980 when it was launched.
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Old 20-09-2012, 05:26   #65
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Well, this is Neala, my little iron lady. First picture is from Weesp, during a local festival and the 2nd (b&w) is taken on my trip to Zeeland.
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34' Venus Ketch
I built her in 1983. Three months to build the hull , Sailed 60,000 miles .
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Hi guys! Some Amazing yachts here!! I thought I would share my pride and joy too..

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Old 21-09-2012, 04:50   #68
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Could you tell me what design that is please? Looks like one that i looked at back in 1987 in Sydney. But could be totally wrong, as usual.

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it is a Tasman 20, designed as a trailer-sailer by Allen Wright, but my one has a fixed keel
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That is why then. The one i looked at was a 28' designed by him. Could not remember his name at the time of the last post.Many thanks, good looking boat.

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