Yes, and sorry you didn't get it. There are many FC's out there that are horribly maintained, and more that have been built wrong. The biggest 2 problems are people underestimating time needed/manpower for the pour, and inadequate moisture and or cure time. I tell you what though, keep in touch and if I do for some unforeseen reason have to sell her in the future, i'll give you first crack. But if you find another, make sure you can trace it's lineage to when she was laid up; find out how the pour went, what the climate was like at the time, etc.. -that should save you head
ache down the road. I would buy one in the US, because (a) they hate them so the boats go for half of what they would anywhere else; (b) the yacht market is record
low in the US due to economic climate, you can buy a boat there and double your money
overnight bringing it elsewhere to sell... That boat would have cost me $45-85K in Canada
, because of her documented lay up, and excellent quality and model. The one ferro
I would avoid is Sa.... not that they are not good, but so many have deviated from original plans without thought into structural stresses... If something looks unnatural, stay away....