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Old 26-11-2006, 18:26   #46
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Very cool, they are just incredible machines
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Old 26-11-2006, 19:25   #47
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I'm showing this to my wife. I want one! How much?

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Old 26-11-2006, 22:16   #48
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My wife said I could have one, but I have to pay for it. Not sure if there was hidden meaning there
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Old 26-11-2006, 23:04   #49
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I hate to break it too you guys but that is just a monohull with an extremely canted ballast keel. I only saw one hull in the water!
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Old 26-11-2006, 23:49   #50
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Haw Haw OK, I'll buy that
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Old 27-11-2006, 05:32   #51
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Heres one that got pushed a bit to hard, but hey nice comfy raft, it did'nt sink and she'll sail again .
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Old 27-11-2006, 12:36   #52
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9 years as a liveaboard cruiser on a Cav 32 (NZ) 1 year on an Ericson 35 then 8 years on a Peterson 44. Scored a delivery 13,000 miles on a new Catana 431 and I'm sold on multis.
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Hope to get back out there again ( before it's too late) this time on more than one hull.
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Man that Banque Populaire thing is some piece of engineering huh? It looks like it should fall apart under those kinds of loads but still they can flip it back!
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Carbon fiber is strong stuff.
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Hi - First post from Factor in Brisbane - Australia. We are just finalising the purchase of our third multi, its a kendrick design 9 metre tri. Ply epoxy and glass. Nice simple boat.
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Factor, welcome aboard, and congrats on the new purchase. Would love to see some photos. Also, please drop into the meet and greets forum, and tell us a bit about yourself. Always good to have another cat-and-a-half on board
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Lock Crowther 42' Trimaran. Cold molded, stripped bare, and fast as can be.
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