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Comment by SailingDog on April 26, 2009 at 2:50pm
Suky—

I'd recommend you take a look at my blog, which has a lot of information on the Telstar 28. :) It's a great boat, and a lot of fun to own. I also have some videos up on Youtube that you can watch.
Comment by Suky on April 24, 2009 at 9:37pm
Hi - I don't liveaboard or even have muliti hull but love them. I'm considering Telstar 28 and would LOVE Maine Cat 30 but it's out of my price range. Just would like to lurk here and hear how you are doing.
Comment by Stuart Bell on February 10, 2009 at 9:59pm
The Shearwater sails out of Lake Worth - West Palm Beach -- happy to sail with guests if you are in the area - or serve as host if you stop in Lake Worth on your way to someplace else.
Comment by keith on January 2, 2009 at 11:42am
I'm the owner of a 2000 Admiral 38 located in Brunswick Ga. in the process of refitting her for my retirement, Also concidering moving up to a Lagoon 44 if I can find the right price on one.
Comment by Philip & Marilyn on December 4, 2008 at 4:10pm
Mark, synthetic teak? Any thing dark on the deck will get hot, and in the tropics translates into hot below. My alternative is a good paint job with non skid built in.

How far along are you in this project? I built a Searunner 37, and the wife and I sailed her for 12 years before we made the mistake of moving ashore and selling her.
Who designed her?
Comment by Philip & Marilyn on December 4, 2008 at 4:06pm
Vern, No that is not a picture of our boat, but at times i wish is was. The pic is from the son of Town Hall folks - AKA the Flying Neutrinos, They are into bare bones - rfecycling and sailing with little reverence for style. Whenever I find myself taking things too seriously I visit their site, http://www.floatingneutrinos.com/. Oryoki can be seen at oryoki.net.
Comment by Ocean Jedi on October 21, 2008 at 7:47pm
Building a 58' cat and was wondering about synthetic teak for the decks... any thoughts. Heard that flexiteek gets real hot. Any other alternatives?
Comment by vern on September 24, 2008 at 2:00am
Hi Philip & Marilyn, was wondering what type of cat is that? does it have two mast? is it yours and do you have more pics. of it? thanks Vern.
 

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