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In Topic: 65- by 32-foot catamaran 3200sqft of living space

13 August 2013 - 04:33 PM

Hey Michael, thx for the update, any word yet on when your old man is getting out?

Did they say that they would lay charges for assault?

 

Oh yeah, if not West epoxy, then which one?  (I won't say West is 'sh*t', it is expensive, and used almost universally at least from the 80's onward.)  But I know there are other decent epoxy systems out there, which did you go with?

They bought epoxy from a company called aero marine 


Here is the website, definitely a lot cheaper than west. 


In Topic: 65- by 32-foot catamaran 3200sqft of living space

12 August 2013 - 09:52 PM

uhuh....


In Topic: 65- by 32-foot catamaran 3200sqft of living space

12 August 2013 - 05:11 PM

 



From denial to anger, almost half way to acceptance.


So now SA is a 12 step program?

 

Kubler-Ross

 

SA isn't 12step, that's for quitters... :P

 

 

@iSail...You're new here, no? :rolleyes:

New? no. Naive that a boat like this cant be certified? admittedly


In Topic: 65- by 32-foot catamaran 3200sqft of living space

12 August 2013 - 04:19 PM

 

 

 

Ah, Mr. iSail, that will be my new area of expertise.  Guy's research shows that in the Country of Hawaii, permits and licenses can be had for meager amounts of beads and bobbles.  C'est une nation d'idiots, yes?

 

I seriously doubt that his structure will pass any legitimate classification society

you clearly have no idea who you are dealing with. Mr. Guy will get it done.

That's scary.

 

You're telling me that Guy will get a completely unseaworthy vessel certified to guarantee commercial operational safety for passengers in US waters?

 

It would be, as they say, a trifle, for someone of Guy's ability.

Best of luck...

"vessels are required to produce a satisfactory inspection report issued by a marine surveyor on the Department of Transportation's list of approved marine surveyors. Inspection is validated through DLNR/DOBOR. Vessels certified by the U.S. Coast Guard to carry more than six passengers for hire are subject to additional inspection requirements by the U.S. Coast Guard."

 

From hawaii.gov


 


In Topic: 65- by 32-foot catamaran 3200sqft of living space

12 August 2013 - 04:07 PM

 

Ah, Mr. iSail, that will be my new area of expertise.  Guy's research shows that in the Country of Hawaii, permits and licenses can be had for meager amounts of beads and bobbles.  C'est une nation d'idiots, yes?

 

I seriously doubt that his structure will pass any legitimate classification society

you clearly have no idea who you are dealing with. Mr. Guy will get it done.

That's scary.

 

You're telling me that Guy will get a completely unseaworthy vessel certified to guarantee commercial operational safety for passengers in US waters?