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Old 26-02-2007, 19:34   #1
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Pat's boats? WHAT????

Ok,
I've been keeping quiet about this.

A friend and I have bought the molds to the Glouchester 22, Laguna 26 and 30. The later 2 were called the Classic 26 and after a redesign the Classic 33.
Were in the middle of the logistics of moving 20 molds to Georgia from Kansas. It's not bad, a 2 day run except 9 of the 11 loads will be over width.
Were planing to get the 22 up and on line first. The showing is hopefully going to be Sail Expo St. Pete in Nov of 07.
The new company is Classic Sailcraft, MIC of IFO
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Old 26-02-2007, 19:41   #2
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Here are some pics.
All the molds

A 40' trailer load

Some of what's left to get, mostly the 26
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Is this your Gloucester 22 ?

http://web.utk.edu/~pdf/newport/glou...ers-manual.pdf
http://web.utk.edu/~pdf/newport/gloucester/G22qa.pdf
http://web.utk.edu/~pdf/newport/glou...s-brochure.pdf
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Gord,
Yes, that's the 22. Were going to continue with the nearly exact boat.
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Pat, way to go. Can't wait to slap that Cruisers Forum Seal of Approval on the new boats.
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Here are some more pics of the move. All of the 22 is now home.




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