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Old 07-10-2016, 18:04   #136
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Re: SMG 50, its like they were reading my mind

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The first one "Number One" was put on the market last year, used, 4 years old at $520,000 USD, and within the last month was dropped to $384,000.

I don't know the new price, as it looks like they both build to order and spec the options to suit the buyer.

The lack of sliding doors completely changes the look. Best wishes to the company for a successful run.
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The lack of sliding doors completely changes the look. Best wishes to the company for a successful run.
Unsure of what you are referring to?.....doors at aft portion of the deckhouse?

And why might you need these on a vessel that has almost no rear deck area??
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Unsure of what you are referring to?.....doors at aft portion of the deckhouse?

And why might you need these on a vessel that has almost no rear deck area??

Are you seeking reinforcement...
or possibly an explanation of a sliding door ?
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VERY interesting David, does that mean you have some pics, just not with you? I would very much like to see them, or a sketch, etc.

Would it have looked something like an A-frame version of this vessel?
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Just like that. When I get home I will try to upload picks
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Just like that. When I get home I will try to upload picks
Thank you very much. I have a couple of guys (on some other forums) who will be VERY interested to see them,....and including me.
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Appreciate your efforts and would also love to hear how the mid-sail was used, how effective was it?
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