The chair is fairly standard for pilot house deck salon
models. It just looks like it works in this model. Full 270 degrees of visibility from inside the salon
can't be ignored. The first mates chair is sorta stupid though. I think they opt out for longer cabinet space. My favorite part is the two step companionway
I just finished talking with seaward
yachts. She said they had a 2015 46rk demo that had been reduced from 750k to 655k. I replied "how many have been built since 2009?" She said 7.
One boat a year means one of two things to me. No orders. Or extremely well built, like A swan or Oyster
My question is, why make another demo if you're not selling boats? They're building boats for fun I guess. And how do you have time to make a demo if you're making custom boats...
If twi took over production in 2015, that means it was a demo for twi.
It was hull
number 106 out of 7 boats so I'm guessing the twi yard has produced 1 boat as of May 2016? Or 0.
I wonder why.