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    Default Marble head maiden voyage

    After 4 years I finally got to maiden the Marblehead. Literally tookoff out of my hand like a fish and sailed like a dream. I'm pleased as heck! Sailed for three hours till impending thunderheads forced me to pack up.




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    <u>Very Nice</u> looking boat. Looks like the time spent was well worth the effort.

    Isn't it great to see it sail away from you and then "Actually" come back, and knowing you were responsible for the whole thing?

    A hard feeling to describe to non-builders - but easy for me to know what it felt like.

    Congrats !

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    Its always nice to see a "builders" boat hit the water...even if I am not..........yet!

    Congratulation!!!

    Wis

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