Who wants to see a Skoota 28, in the water, in Vero Beach.?

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Who wants to see a Skoota 28, in the water, in Vero Beach.?

Post by jacquesmm » Mon Apr 04, 2016 4:50 pm

Richard Woods just crossed the Gulfstream, back from the Bahamas.
He plans to be around the 16th of this month in Vero Beach then, a week later at some boat yard in Port St Lucie.
It is a great opportunity for those who have asked about the Skootas to see one and ask questions to the designer.
The boat will be at my house then at a boat yard. If enough people show up, we"ll have a BBQ, if not you still get a beer.
And it is not limited to the multihull crowd, everybody is welcome.
And if you prefer to see the boat out of the water, bring work clothes and you can help with the bottom paint. :lol:


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Re: Who wants to see a Skoota 28, in the water, in Vero Beac

Post by Woods Designs » Mon Apr 04, 2016 10:44 pm

We will also have our 10ft 2 sheet ply sailing/rowing dinghy. We built it in 2 days.

http://sailingcatamarans.com/index.php/ ... -challenge

And as Jacques knows, I'll talk non stop about any boat

Please come - we want a BBQ! No need to do the hull bottom for a few years yet, it was Coppercoated from new. Its the topsides that need a repaint

Richard Woods

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