Klondike Build

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Excellent Steve. Congratulations on finally being able to make use of your hard work. I love the side view of the boat. I believe it's the first one I've seen. Beautiful. And I am glad that you and your family are able to enjoy the trips. That area of California is lovely to visit.
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Thank you Carl. We're still getting used to docking and maneuvering in the close quarters of the marina... our berth is in a pretty tight spot, but we're getting the hang of it with the help of some great guidance by our skipper. Overall very pleased with handling and performance...

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Thanks for the underway pics! Looking good Steve!
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Thanks Jim!
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Looks great. Thanks for sharing the pics.
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Really neat to see that on the water photo after all these years! I bet you feel a lot of displacement off your shoulders!
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Thank you Nick and Chris!

It's a great feeling to be finally able to move on to the next phase...

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That boat of yours is amazing! Looks like one of the million dollar yachts you see on one of those tv shows. Everything is first class!
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Most builders build a boat, but Steve builds a SHIP :!: :P

I enjoyed your build thread and loved the attention to detail. Congratulations on the launch ! Enjoy your creation !

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Thanks guys... I appreciate your kind comments!

Best regards,

Steve
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Late to the party but have to add my kudos to the gentleman and builder that Steve is. Congrats Bro beautiful yacht so classy
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Denzil
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Hi Denzil and Vida.

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Denzil, thank you for your kind thoughts... trust you're getting in some quality fishing time!

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Re: Klondike Build

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since as a rule one cannot hijack on this forum I am saying Hi to 2 good friends Roberta and Bill , Tim and Lauren well weren't they made one. Greetings to all who remembered the best tan at gathering # 4 :lol:
) Champagne dreams and wishes are possible on a beer budget. Just build the boat.
Nice curves are easy on the eyes.
Go sell crazy somewhere else we're all stocked up here."As Good As It Gets" Jack Nicholson.
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