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    Replying to:Looks fantastic - closet boat builder needing to come out!
    Rob, Love the look of the boat. Simplicity, modern, affordable and can handle a combination of people. Me and the missus or me and the adrenlin mates. Would encourage you to consider it from a simplicity perspective in terms of its construction and final racable product. For example having a minimum weight requirement on the finished hull, min weight on keel, min number of bulk heads, bouyancy etc. The point of all this being that if a home builder has a boat he can compete against an exotic. You may end up witha class that caters to builders liking the beauty of a timber boat and still be competitive and safe. Modern construction materials have made this more posible than ever. I fancy the idea of building a boat myself. I am attracted to the Status 580 but this design looks just as good. Could you please send plans and sufficient details so that I can consider its feasability. Cheers Ev