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Posted by Nienke on January 25, 2017 - 10:19 pm
Ik kan echt niet wachten tot dat je boot af is. Ik mis je!
Posted by Andre Bätz on December 04, 2016 - 06:01 pm
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Posted by nelson on February 19, 2016 - 08:34 pm
I like your idea using a remote tiller. The boat I am building also has that layout and you end up sitting behind the mainsheet traveler. In my experience at least when I am cruising, is that I will sit behind and under the dodger when the weather is not so nice. The remote tiller would work nicely in this position. I also look forward to seeing how your galley layout works out.
thanks again for your up dates.
nelson
Posted by KLASGENOOT VAN WIETSE on January 27, 2016 - 09:47 am
hallo,

je bent proooo!!!!
Posted by Sjors van der Woerd on January 14, 2016 - 12:50 pm
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Posted by nelson on June 26, 2015 - 10:53 pm
Your build is coming along nicely. The main hull looks huge in the photos. Nice work as always.Thanks again for updates.
Posted by Leo on November 14, 2014 - 03:38 am
Great looking build! You seem to be making progress on everything at once. Not sure how you do it, but keep it up. Thanks for stopping by my blog and offering comments.
Posted by nelson on October 18, 2014 - 02:34 pm
Your work on the main hull looks fantastic. Thanks for the update.
Posted by NELSON on October 03, 2014 - 11:23 pm
Yes I would like updates on your progress please. Your doing a great job.
Posted by Nico on June 15, 2014 - 12:57 pm
Hello Dave,

Sorry to hear about the damage to your F25C

The beams of the F85SR have been changed slightly, compared to the F25/F82, and I don't know if you can use those. Looking at the support that Ian gives, I'm quite sure that if you contact Ian with the details of the damage, he will send you the plans for the F25C beams for a reasonable price. It also depends if you want the full size drawings, or are happy with building plans in PDF and DXF.

You might try to ask Ian via the Yahoo forum, or direct via ifm at f-boat dot com

I hope this helps.
Kind regards
Nico
Posted by Dave Thomas on June 15, 2014 - 04:26 am
I have a Farrier F25C that has recently been involved in a fight with a very big wave. The net result was severe damage to the front beams and part of the starboard float being severed.I'm trying to locate a set of plans for the F85SR beams to replace the damaged ones. I was wondering if you have yours still available. Failing that I'll need to purchase a set of beams from MultiHull Direct and go through the hassle of shipping them to France.
Thanks in anticipation of your response.
PS Fantastic looking boat
Posted by nelson on May 04, 2014 - 01:54 pm
Thank you for your blog. Each one I read gives me more insight into construction details and methods.
nelson
Posted by Femmy on February 21, 2014 - 07:54 am
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Posted by Dallas on January 04, 2014 - 08:08 pm
Hi there, Thanks so much for the blog postings! Good stuff!! I have a question concerning the bow of your boat. The plans (for the F-39 at least) show a Stainless steel attachment part protruding out of the lower section of the bow that will be used to secure the end of the bow pole. I've noticed that both you and Henny (www.fram.nl) have moved that attachment point aft. What type of hardware will you be using to provide a mounting point, or will you simply be passing a line through that hole and making the attachment? I did consider it would be as simple as that, but I'm thinking that chaff might be a problem? Perhaps not. Please advise and Thanks for the blog posting.

FYI - My boat build won't be starting for a couple years. Still doing all the research and picking up a few parts here and there.

Best Regards,
db
Posted by Nigel Harley on November 14, 2013 - 05:08 pm
Hi, I was interested in your router table, Can you help me with any design information. I am planning to build an F32 ( I have built an F33 before).

By the way a very interesting and well presented site, Thank you.

Nigel

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