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"Hi Dan, Indeed, for example I brazenly copied the design of your floors, that a great idea cheaper and more comfortable than the original mesh. And retrospectively inverting the desckstringers inside would have spare me a lot of time glassing,…"
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"Hi Dan, Indeed, for example I brazenly copied the design of your floors, that a great idea cheaper and more comfortable than the original mesh. And retrospectively inverting the desckstringers inside would have spare me a lot of time glassing,…"
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"Hi, I'm glad you enjoyed the pictures. I got quite a few ideas from previous builders, so it's nice to pass these on and add in a few tweaks of my own.  Cheers, Dan"
Jul 11, 2020
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I am:
A home builder, I own a Wharram, I want a Wharram
What boat (s) are you building or do you own?
Hitia 17
Country, City, and State?
Brittany, France
About me or us?
Looked for building a small craft. Found Wharram's Hitia 17. I love learning cat sailing on her.
Looking to?
Now looking at building a bigger one (Tiki38)

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At 10:03am on July 11, 2020, Dan Hammond said…

Hi,

I'm glad you enjoyed the pictures. I got quite a few ideas from previous builders, so it's nice to pass these on and add in a few tweaks of my own. 

Cheers,

Dan

At 3:46am on July 16, 2020, Jimisa said…

Hi Dan,

Indeed, for example I brazenly copied the design of your floors, that a great idea cheaper and more comfortable than the original mesh. And retrospectively inverting the desckstringers inside would have spare me a lot of time glassing, fairing and painting, for a more robust result.

By the way, I visited with family Wales a couple of years ago, I remembered wandering around Borth and Dyfi and by chance in a boatyard close to the estuary I saw a impressive classic Wharram (a Narai?). First and only time I have observed such a large unit. It made my day! Tough all the journey in Wales was a pleasure.

Jeremie

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