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    Posted: 26 November 2012 at 22:02
have a look at this quality


http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Sailing-dinghy-boat-yaht-/251190208260?pt=UK_Sporting_Goods_Sailing_Boats_ET&hash=item3a7c1a6704


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Hornet GBR2047

Beneteau 27.7 GBR8432 'YOGI'
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Wow! The workmanship looks fantastic. I think the problem could be that we have invested heavily in a plastic boat and maybe that is what most people want. I still spend more time working on my wooden boat than sailing it! There is also the issue supply and demand. At the moment I don't really know of anyone who wants a brand new Hornet. This is where we get into the arguement of selling our soul to a big builder who will take on the PR and create the demand. I still think it could be worth a conversation with these Lithuanian bods. Even building a couple a year is better than none and it would be lovely to see some more wooden Hornets. We could send a set of plans to them. Come on, what do peole think?
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