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Wooden Boat Show 2018

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I had the privilege of meeting Graham today at the WOoden Boat Show in Mystic, CT.  Here is a photo of Graham with Carlita, and also the top down furling fitting as described on this forum.  I now want to upgrade my Mk 1 to a MKIII.  

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I don't know if he can put much more on that boat. And that boat has more miles on the road than most any small craft I know.B):lol:

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On 6/23/2018 at 8:00 AM, Oyster said:

I don't know if he can put much more on that boat. And that boat has more miles on the road than most any small craft I know.B):lol:

I saw him today and related your post, he and Beth both had a good laugh.

 

Been too many times to take pictures any more.  I like that I can sit with Graham for a while and run ideas through him.  One of today's topics was carbon wrapped wooden spars.  In the not too distant future I will want to have masts that are lighter than my tapered D-Fir birdsmouth ones.  I love the look, but getting them up is becoming less fun each year.

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