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Old 22-02-2007, 17:45   #106
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the document / spreadsheet is on my other laptop which is on the boat which is at the other end of the country - will get it to you soon as. The 12.5 is a design they have on their books. I'm not convinced that the schionning is the way to go yet, like the flexibility of working with foam and am considering this as an option. I have used a lot of foam for small cat building before and found it straight forward and of course you can bag it! I'm just convinced it would be lighter. There is a NZ designer called Tim Clissold who is putting out some pretty fast boats over here.
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He builds like farrier ie. half half shell and put em together. It makes work very easy as you are working on a bench and can even put the furniture in before putting the 2 sides of the hull together.
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