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Old 18-11-2007, 16:50   #1
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The Tragedy of the Waka Toru

There is an interesting article in the November issue of Afloat Magazine.
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Thanks for posting that. An interesting and good read, if a sad story.

It's really too bad that there is relatively few multihulls and builders on the Pacific coast, considering the contributions of pioneers like Piver.
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