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Member postings for keenpilot

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Thread: which one???
18/09/2011 16:08:09
Hi all/ please could anyone suggest a yacht kit or other I. E. pilot cutter, (none plastic) It must have a folding or take down main mast!(as i live in a 1st floor flat) I was considering the moonbeam till i found the size 67" high to big to handle and transport for me,So in short i need a sail boat which as a hull size of no more than 35" and weigh`s no more than 15 ibs max! O and one more thing i cant scratch build time to short, thank`s keith
Thread: help!!
12/09/2011 17:29:54
Many many thank`s to Neil and Gareth for your quick reply`s to my query on the MOONBEAM size etc,It`s a big`un then!! " Cheer`s and happy boating" Keith.
11/09/2011 17:04:16

hi/all newbe!! please can anybody tell me the total hight of the Moonbeam when built?Plus what scale would she be!?? thank`s keith

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