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Old 09-06-2010, 23:39   #16
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Whoah!....beautiful!
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Old 10-06-2010, 00:37   #17
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Man!...What a head turner...Congrats!
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I'm glad someone came up with a toilet comment so I didn't have to ...

kumgand & adax, I believe that boat is going to bring you a lot of joy. What a beautiful vessel!

Cangratulations! Que tu viento siempre ser justos y el mar te llevará a donde usted desea ir.
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Old 10-06-2010, 01:15   #19
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Wow I love the wood!

I would be nervous bringing a boat into that nasty of water with all those twigs and whatnot, I bet it's a nightmare.
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Old 10-06-2010, 06:15   #20
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I'm glad someone came up with a toilet comment so I didn't have to ...

kumgand & adax, I believe that boat is going to bring you a lot of joy. What a beautiful vessel!

Cangratulations! Que tu viento siempre ser justos y el mar te llevará a donde usted desea ir.
Thanks Hummingway for your nice words and even for the words in Spanish.
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Old 10-06-2010, 06:19   #21
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Wow I love the wood!

I would be nervous bringing a boat into that nasty of water with all those twigs and whatnot, I bet it's a nightmare.
No Serenity, it's not a nightmare, it's just a river with all those things a river brings: life and life's waste...
Thinking about your words I assume that you must be a person who never goes to the toilet...

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Old 10-06-2010, 06:22   #22
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Felicitaciones, es hermozo.
Si caen por Miami, tomaremos unos mates!!!
Ok Walter! Pero llegar a Miami con este barco es un poco difícil. Al menos por ahora navegaremos el río y algo del mar cercano (Punta del Este, Mar del Plata, quizás sur de Brasil), y después de eso sabremos si es un barco capaz de ir más lejos.
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She looks like a Magnum! By the by, Adax and Kumgang, how are your varnishing skills? . I was a varnish lady in my younger days (aka Queen Varnisha), just holler if you two need anything .

Erika
Thanks Erika. I only did that (varnish) once. It was a wooden door. And it was a nice job but I guess there must be some tips and hints about varnishing a boat. Any advice is deeply appreciated.
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She is a beauty.

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Goodness, that one pretty boat!!

The varnish supplier has one mighty grin on his face but the work would be worth it.

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DANG!!!..... Holly.... DANG!!!!!

That's a Bute!!!! I'm glad he's yours not mine... I'm not good at varnishing. But I've always loved the look of brightwork and that boat has the most I've ever EVER seen on any 25'tr! Just DAAAAAAAAANG! Yowzer!
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Thanks, thanks, thanks. I'm really happy to know that you all like her.
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DANG!!!..... Holly.... DANG!!!!!

That's a Bute!!!! I'm glad he's yours not mine... I'm not good at varnishing. But I've always loved the look of brightwork and that boat has the most I've ever EVER seen on any 25'tr! Just DAAAAAAAAANG! Yowzer!
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Bright-sided boats are gorgeous to look at but not to maintain. Is she cold molded? If so, you'll need to keep that finish up to protect the epoxy or UV will turn it a translucent milky white as well as degrade it severely.
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