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Joe Hanley and Jayne Sagar

Hi Bud
Excellent info, many thanks Sir.
Yes, I thought that may be the case.. I went to look at what I thought was a W32 in Portugal a few months back, it turned out to be a copy of sorts, built 1985 in Australia. It had glass so thin that you could see daylight through it (above the waterline near the deck join), which surprised me. (after all I had read we the hull layup) .. Later I found it to NOT be a W32 as mentioned above. (Can't find ANY info on the makers or history though which surprised me).

It's all 'swings and roundabouts' anyways :-) .. as you rightly say, the strength is a major selling point, and like any boat, I suppose you just learn to get the best from it as designed.

Thanks again Bud.


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