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Splash Time – ONE WEEK AWAY!

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Remarkable! This is what we think when we see the professional dedication that the craftsmen apply to the quality workmanship as they build our Kismet. We’ve included photos of some of the crew who are finishing the installation of the port windows, cabinetry, carpeting and detail on the teak trim work.

Since our last visit to Fathom they have installed the flat screen TV and cabinetry, starboard salon cabinets, refrigerator freezer, bottom paint, five blade prop and they finished the swim platform. It appears like there is a lot to finish however it all comes together rather quickly in the last week. 

As long as there are no delays from any suppliers our new Kismet should launch about Wednesday, February 13, 2008.

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  1. congrats on the big day’s imminent arrival! that’s gotta be exciting. I’ve been loving your blog, and living vicariously through you two lucky souls.

    how long did it take to build your boat, all told?

  2. Capt. Porter: Thanks for your comments and yes it is very exciting to have been able to watch our boat being built from the mold up. The gelcoat was sprayed into the mold around the first of November and the launch date is some time this week, so I guess that would a total of 3 months 3 weeks. Each hull has taken less time as they have become more efficient. There goal is to get the construction process down to 2 1/2 months to 3 months when they’re running at full capacity.

    We’ll be posting photo’s of the launch some time next week so stay tuned and please feel free to email with any additional questions.

    Are you a boater and if so where do you boat out of ?

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