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PostPosted: Thu Jun 19, 2008 2:01 am 
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Beautiful work Scott,great to see You on the water 8)

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You must be over the moon, The boat looks great. From the look on your daughters face, you'll be building another soon.
Congratulations mate. Enjoy it.

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Scott,

Congratulations mate! That is the prettiest sit on top kayak I have ever seen!! 8)

Beautiful job mate - stunning. She allways looked fast to me and to see you powering her through the water confirmed it.

Matt, Congratulations to you too mate. I really think you should list this one. There is a definate market out there for a very good SOT that is suitable for smaller people. I think this fits the bill and would prove very popular. :D

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Scott,
Well done mate :D :D , the boat looks terrific both on and off the water. Congrats..........Great to hear that you are so happy with it too.

Better clear the shed out for the next one now :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Matt,
I agree with Mick. You did a fantastic job on this design! It is absolutely perfect! It's light, fast, stable, and tracks dead-on. My daughter handled her with ease and loves her. Smaller guys like me, women, and kids will find this a great boat.


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Yep, we'll be publishing that one soon enough.

Great job on the build. 8)

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Bravo! Take a bow. Better take the rest of it as well. 8)


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If you go any faster then in this picture (I like that bow wake it is throwing) you will need a windshield on the front deck.

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One beautiful fishing machine and fun boat. :D

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He's towing his daughter on water skis here. She's out of the picture. :)

Scott - nice job. And, a tip of my hat to you for involving your daughter. The torch is being passed. Build those Father-Daughter bonds while you have the chance. Those roots will help here later when she has to develop wings, and fly away from Mom and Dad.

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Thank you all for the kind thoughts!


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