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Old 29 November 2012, 17:28   #21
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I wasn't going to spoil it and I hope you won't be disappointed. Gemini are Some of the best hulls and strongest I have driven!
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Old 20 December 2012, 14:17   #22
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Another update

Christmas closes the factory so here is the latest image of the new build. Tubes ready for bonding on their return new year. The image is prior to extra work completed and show transom washwell build
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looking good was that work to meet the coding rules?
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Old 20 December 2012, 14:52   #24
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looking good was that work to meet the coding rules?
No the transom has been designed for use with this washwell as I have found them to keep a drier boat and then I get good use below the area for stowage. The coding requirements relate to transom heights and this meets that
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Old 21 January 2013, 07:00   #25
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Latest image of Gemini hull being prepared for tube bonding today.
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What's the seating / console layout Ian?.
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Old 29 January 2013, 08:30   #28
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What's the seating / console layout Ian?.
Working on a consul forward with single and double jockeys up to 8-10. There is a back seat formed as seen in images(needs cushioning still fitting)
Code for Twelve, possibly will do 12 plus 2 if layout looks spacious enough, so we can do more transfers for events like festivals, Cowes week etc.

Fitting out with Yam 300, power steering and usual chart plotters and VHF etc. Just finalising best option on chart plotters this week and then will look at spacing for size.
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Old 31 January 2013, 14:13   #29
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More build images

Almost done, tubes have gone on and colour flashes being added. These images show the substantial keel guard, a view to the stern showing a large wash out area on each side of the bench deck sides. The bow locker is large and deep with a step up.
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Looking good. That keel protector will stand some abuse!

Are the tubes blue with grey second layer on the tops?

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