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Digest Number 958


jeffwinnevada
 

The upgrade seems totally worth it at $8.50.  did you build it from the kit?  Seems like a fun project. and again, you can't own too many boats.


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1. Somrthing different.   
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1. Somrthing different.
    Posted by: "kiwibakers" kiwibaker@... kiwibakers
    Date: Sat Nov 3, 2012 11:46 pm ((PDT))

Today I did something a little different. While at the Wooden Boat Festival in Port Townsend in September I learnt about a company in Everson who makes radio controlled sailboats and sells kits. Two weeks ago I bought a T-37 kit and joined the affiliated Yacht Club. Today they had a "Learn to Sail your T-37 seminar and I got to sail and race one on the model boat pond next to the Center for Wooden boats in Seattle. It was a hoot. My kit is partially assembled on the kitchen table. I paid a little extra for mine as I got the carbon spars upgrade.  Shane.
http://www.modelsailboat.com/






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