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Old 14-07-2014, 19:26   #1
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I just saw this on B&G's facebook page. What an awesome vessel.
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I watched it splash for the first time in April.

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Hell of a boat, and a hell of a sailor. To commission what has to be a million-dollar-plus one-off for doing the NW Passage when you are pushing 75 is pretty ambitious, although I suspect a lot of that boat's build and upkeep is heavily sponsored. And that's fine.
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Hell of a boat, and a hell of a sailor. To commission what has to be a million-dollar-plus one-off for doing the NW Passage when you are pushing 75 is pretty ambitious, although I suspect a lot of that boat's build and upkeep is heavily sponsored. And that's fine.
It is not a one off. It is the first of a production line. Several hulls have already been commissioned and are in the process of being built.
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It is not a one off. It is the first of a production line. Several hulls have already been commissioned and are in the process of being built.
Well, I own a custom design that was supposed to be a production model, but it turned out to be a one-off! Sort of: the designer slapped on a canoe stern and made himself Hull No. 2 and Last. I suspect that Mr. Cornell will have a bit more luck!
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