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MR.CLEAN

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I'm usually not as good as Scot on this stuff because he gets all the super early sneak peeks, but this one's going to be really tough. Then again, the last time I thought that, someone got the answer in three minutes.

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hmm..

 

distinctive deck lip

 

and asymmetrical dagger slot...

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I'm usually not as good as Scot on this stuff because he gets all the super early sneak peeks, but this one's going to be really tough. Then again, the last time I thought that, someone got the answer in three minutes.

 

He is damn good indeed. What's the prize??

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I'm usually not as good as Scot on this stuff because he gets all the super early sneak peeks, but this one's going to be really tough. Then again, the last time I thought that, someone got the answer in three minutes.

 

 

XS 35 cat?

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A new hull for a test hydroptere?

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ICON Racer X A cat mold.

DING DING DING... Plug.... saw it yesterday.... very pretty after being primed for two rounds of sanding.

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ICON Racer X A cat mold.

DING DING DING... Plug.... saw it yesterday.... very pretty after being primed for two rounds of sanding.

 

This is the ICON plug.

Tcat ,you're not back on the pipe again ,are you?

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Initial hull mold for the REAL AC Cat? What 72' loa or sumpin like that? Gotta be pretty good size based on the number of mold stations is what I'm thinking.

 

Initial hull mold for the REAL AC Cat? What 72' loa or sumpin like that? Gotta be pretty good size based on the number of mold stations is what I'm thinking.

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In my opinion, not a plug but a male molded boat. ( no joining plane and not technical zone)

 

From the number of station, between 10 and 12 meters long, and probably a tri float.

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I'm usually not as good as Scot on this stuff because he gets all the super early sneak peeks, but this one's going to be really tough. Then again, the last time I thought that, someone got the answer in three minutes.

 

He is damn good indeed. What's the prize??

 

A night with me? Well, only if YOU win.

 

Prize is a Line Honors belt and an Anarchy something or other. And my last calendar!

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Name of the new design required for any prizes

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katipo 1000-sc

 

BBW design

Lloyd Stevenson Build

Team Korea trainer.

 

Thank good this out is I was sent renderings a few months ago by another anarchist but didn't want to be the one to float the boat here. The stress was getting to me.

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So, we've gone from 18 ' to 55'!

Some of us are sitting too close to our screens.... or is it too far away?

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Gatekeeper's latest set of half-hull models, of course!

 

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its a boat

nope, it's part of a boat......

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katipo 1000-sc

 

BBW design

Lloyd Stevenson Build

Team Korea trainer.

 

Thank good this out is I was sent renderings a few months ago by another anarchist but didn't want to be the one to float the boat here. The stress was getting to me.

 

Bastard!

 

Send me your address and shirt size.

 

Clean@sailinganarchy.com

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Update from today and some renderings of the LSB 42/Katipo 1000 SC, designed by Bakewell-White and build by Stephenson boats...

 

What I like about it is the "Distance Racing" version, that will have a cabin and basic interior stuff for medium distance/coastal races. Fast as shit and somewhere around 180k US we believe...

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Update from today and some renderings of the LSB 42/Katipo 1000 SC, designed by Bakewell-White and build by Stephenson boats...

 

What I like about it is the "Distance Racing" version, that will have a cabin and basic interior stuff for medium distance/coastal races. Fast as shit and somewhere around 180k US we believe...

 

Straight ,canted boards,HHMMMMM?

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katipo 1000-sc

 

BBW design

Lloyd Stevenson Build

Team Korea trainer.

 

Thank good this out is I was sent renderings a few months ago by another anarchist but didn't want to be the one to float the boat here. The stress was getting to me.

 

Team Korea trainer? For the 45?

Edit:Found this on http://lcyc.info/aggregator "Originally designed (though eventually not ordered) as a Team Korea AC trainer, a handful of big boat Kiwi sailors liked it enough to order the boat themselves. The concept differs from the SL-33 ‘super beach cat’ and some of the other new designs by being more offshore-capable and less expensive. Also, the Bakewell-White design, Lloyd Stephenson build can ship with an optional (and possibly convertible) cabin top that you don’t see in this rendering. This configuration should allow the Katipo to sail some of the many coastal/passage/distance races down under, or closer to home, events like the Mills, Mackinac or several SoCal events become do-able. The builders aren’t quite sure how much she’ll cost, but figure no more than US$200k ready to sail, and possibly a little less."

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katipo 1000-sc

 

BBW design

Lloyd Stevenson Build

Team Korea trainer.

 

Thank good this out is I was sent renderings a few months ago by another anarchist but didn't want to be the one to float the boat here. The stress was getting to me.

 

Team Korea trainer? For the 45?

Edit:Found this on http://lcyc.info/aggregator "Originally designed (though eventually not ordered) as a Team Korea AC trainer, a handful of big boat Kiwi sailors liked it enough to order the boat themselves. The concept differs from the SL-33 'super beach cat' and some of the other new designs by being more offshore-capable and less expensive. Also, the Bakewell-White design, Lloyd Stephenson build can ship with an optional (and possibly convertible) cabin top that you don't see in this rendering. This configuration should allow the Katipo to sail some of the many coastal/passage/distance races down under, or closer to home, events like the Mills, Mackinac or several SoCal events become do-able. The builders aren't quite sure how much she'll cost, but figure no more than US$200k ready to sail, and possibly a little less."

 

hmm

 

with all the new wing skills down there

 

i wonder if they will be eyeing the sl33's ability to switch from soft to hard rig

 

wouldn't help much for coastal racing though...

 

 

 

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ICON Racer X A cat mold.

DING DING DING... Plug.... saw it yesterday.... very pretty after being primed for two rounds of sanding.

 

This is the ICON plug.

Tcat ,you're not back on the pipe again ,are you?

 

 

Foghorn 77 , What cat is this?

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ICON Racer X A cat mold.

DING DING DING... Plug.... saw it yesterday.... very pretty after being primed for two rounds of sanding.

 

This is the ICON plug.

Tcat ,you're not back on the pipe again ,are you?

 

 

Foghorn 77 , What cat is this?

 

It's the new toy of Tony Arends.

See:

http://www.usaca.info

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