Photos from RowCruiser Workshop

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Photos from RowCruiser Workshop

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Here are few shots from the first three days—Eds
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Here are a few more shots from Day-1
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Looks like fun, and good progress made! Thanks for posting, Josh and Simeon. Builders: we'd love to see further reports as your hulls get finished and launched!

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Here's a link to the RowCruiser website and a slideshow covering the entire RowCruiser Building Workshop:

http://www.rowcruiser.com/RowCruiser%21 ... hotos.html

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Very nice, Marty.

Great work by you, Colin & Josh, in making this happen. I hope they will be posting splash photos as they finish up.
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Great work!
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