Klondike Build

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Re: Klondike Build

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Thanks guys!

Curt, we'll be taking it slow to check out all the systems and get familiar with navigation, fuel burn vs. speed and so on. I am greatly impressed with your Great Loop adventure, hope to be able to follow in your footsteps one day.

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It floats, it runs!!! Wooohooo!!! So happy for you, what an achievement!
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Fantastic!!!! Congratulations Steve, very very impressive. Such a beautiful boat. I can just imagine the number of kudos you are receiving now. Well worth it in my opinion.
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:D :D :D

Don't know what to say!

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Re: Klondike Build

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Can't say Congratulations or well done enough!

I look forward to your sea trials and adventures.

Enjoy!
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Thanks to everyone for your kind words!

Will have some performance info to share soon...

Regards,

Steve
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Re: Klondike Build

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congrats, boat looks great.
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Thanks Evan!
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Steve that is amazing to see her in the water underway! Congrats!!!
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Congrats!!! What a build!
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Steve,

Congratulations! :D :D :D She looks great! How about some more interior pictures? :D

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I bet that is a BIG load of the mind. It does look sweet.
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This one is the mother of all builds, impressive.
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Man that is so awesome to see your boat finally in the water. Congrats
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Many thanks to all for your kind words and support!

Best regards,

Steve
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