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Old 19-08-2013, 11:34   #46
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Re: OMG! We're about to build an Isara 45

Any update on the 45.
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Old 19-08-2013, 14:08   #47
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Any update on the 45.
We are doing diligence-talking with designers, the Tayana people, existing owners of the 2 50's as well as working with Cris and Graham. I hope to make a final decision by the end of September at which time we should see working drawings.
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Old 19-08-2013, 15:05   #48
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Re: OMG! We're about to build an Isara 45

Are YOU building it or paying to have someone else build it? Big diff.
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Old 19-08-2013, 18:34   #49
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Are YOU building it or paying to have someone else build it? Big diff.
We would buy from Isara who has contracted with Tayana to build the boat.
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Old 19-08-2013, 19:14   #50
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Re: OMG! We're about to build an Isara 45

Stern/ Transoms look just like a Packet cat 35. Never liked how open they look if you go down to fight or land a fish etc while moving, Im sure youll have rails or something, Congrats on chasing and accomplishing your dream!!!
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Old 20-08-2013, 04:24   #51
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Stern/ Transoms look just like a Packet cat 35. Never liked how open they look if you go down to fight or land a fish etc while moving, Im sure youll have rails or something, Congrats on chasing and accomplishing your dream!!!
The transom design is not finished. The working drawings will have some kind of enclosure.
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Re: OMG! We're about to build an Isara 45

Just out of curiosity who will be handling the commissioning/warranty claims on the yacht?
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Just out of curiosity who will be handling the commissioning/warranty claims on the yacht?
Isara is responsible for the warranty
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Old 21-08-2013, 04:54   #54
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Isara is responsible for the warranty
Forgot yo add...."and commissioning"
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Old 21-05-2014, 19:09   #55
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I got the "okay" to post a few of the many new drawings of the Isara 45 today. The drawings are subject to minor changes and updates still. Each Isara is a semi-custom boat as well so anything can be adjusted per the buyers wishes. The layout shown is not of the owners version that we are getting. These are all I can post at this time.
Construction is quite delayed and we won't be making the Annapolis boat show this Fall. We've changed our delivery location to Miami and Isara is hoping to show our boat in the Miami show in February. From there we'll leave on our journey.
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Re: OMG! We're about to build an Isara 45

wow

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Old 22-05-2014, 09:31   #57
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The whole thing is not about risk and the adventure is not all about the boat. There is no good reason to buy a boat that was never been built, sailed and lived aboard. The whole thing is about the experiences and adventures ahead and you're risking all that by ordering a frankly less than serious design, with a yet to be proven drive system. We can get so caught up with the boat that we forget the main reason for wanting one. Buy a Priveledge, Antares, St.Francis.

Using this logic, there would be no used boats to buy since there was no one willing to buy " a boat that was never been built, sailed and lived aboard" Amazing
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Re: OMG! We're about to build an Isara 45

Looks very similar to the layout on the Helia 44, the salon reversed and with a flybridge helm.
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Looks very similar to the layout on the Helia 44, the salon reversed and with a flybridge helm.
You're right, it is a similar layout to the Helia. For some reason the Helia "felt" small for a 44. By the way that big silver box port of the galley is a full size refrigerator/freezer with filtered ice/water in the door. This eliminates the need for multiple units inside plus cockpit frige/ice maker....and it makes my wife happy.
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I got the "okay" to post a few of the many new drawings of the Isara 45 today. The drawings are subject to minor changes and updates still. Each Isara is a semi-custom boat as well so anything can be adjusted per the buyers wishes. The layout shown is not of the owners version that we are getting. These are all I can post at this time.
Construction is quite delayed and we won't be making the Annapolis boat show this Fall. We've changed our delivery location to Miami and Isara is hoping to show our boat in the Miami show in February. From there we'll leave on our journey.
I like the layout. Congrats to you guys. I'm curious what the Top Speed is predicted to be?
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