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hairymick
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Post by hairymick » Sat Dec 22, 2007 4:17 pm

G'day Matt,

I got all piccies on pages one and two now thank you! :D

I had forgotten just how good that thread was/is. I don't know how you fixed the problem but I think it would be well worth restoring if you can.

It is sort of like a "how to" manual that really shows just how good your boats can be when the builder sticks to the build instructions. :oops:

BTW, That boat really is magnificent!!
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Post by jem » Sat Dec 22, 2007 5:29 pm

entire thread should be fixed up now.
-Matt. Designer.

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Post by ausie » Sat Dec 22, 2007 11:23 pm

Matt,

Pics are back.

Jeez Mick,you seem to have a lot of influence around here!

I was away from this forum for a while & missed the beginning of Scott's project.Was this kayak designed for him,or is it a modification of a stock plan?Either way it is impressive & he has done a splendid job.

It looks a bit bigger than I would need as wife & I total only 140kg ....plus 18kg for Molly our Beagle dog who loves boats & boating.We are not tall....me at 5'10",she at 5'8".

Any basic specs available?

Thanks.

Al :D

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Post by jem » Sat Dec 22, 2007 11:32 pm

it was a custom job.

It's a big boat. 34" x 17'.
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