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Old 06-10-2009, 22:53   #1
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Which Multis Do People Want Pictures of?

We always have a good showing of catamarans here in Annapolis. I've already seen a few new ones such as the Lagoon 400 going in. Let me know if you want some photos of a particular catamaran while I'm there. Just post as a reply to this thread the specific catamaran you are interested in and also what you'd like pictures of (backing plates for cleats, anchor lockers, heads, anchor tackle setup, etc). I'll bring a tape measure if people want a point of reference in the pictures. I'll post the pics in reply to this thread.

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Re;Which Multis Do People Want Pictures of?

Child of the sea and similar, down to 25' , anything without a house on top.

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I would appreciate images of composite chain plates any thing but especially the fabric loop style particularly the backing structures.

Thank you very much for the offer.

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Any Catana's...thanks!
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We always have a good showing of catamarans here in Annapolis. I've already seen a few new ones such as the Lagoon 400 going in. Let me know if you want some photos of a particular catamaran while I'm there.
Does it have its mast yet? It passed us going into Spa Creek yesterday and it seemed to be in a real big hurry. Before the dock lines were secured, it had people crawling over it. Me thinks it must have had some shipping delays...

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Old 07-10-2009, 11:09   #6
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Matrix Vision 45 Specifically a front view. Tramps and front window setup.

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any particular part of the catanas?

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I can do you one better with that, a cruiser named Evan here designed that for Farr yachts. Send him a PM. I'll also look at the boat show, but I'm not aware of any cats that use composits as backing plates. Is there a particular manufacturer you're looking at?

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Bowsprit set-ups on any cats would be helpful as we are trying to decide on a design.
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Child of the sea a manufacturer? I'll look for it. Anything in particular in terms of pictures that you'd want?
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any particular part of the catanas?
No parts in particular. Just as many as what is convenient for you. Thanks for the generous offer.
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pictures of? none.

sailing experience on? there's a huuuuuuge list.
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Any privilege would be great, if possible.. Thanks for offering and have fun.. Actually any 40 - 44 foot cat would be great but I would love to see the new privilege. thanks
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Thank you, I'm partial to trimarans. Especially the Farrier designs. Dave
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