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Old 12-13-2019, 04:06 PM   #121
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Any updates on the build?

Lots. I've just been too busy (lazy) to write them up. I have been in Taiwan this week for my 4th yard visit. The boat is progressing, but is horribly behind schedule. It's frustrating, but I knew this would happen so an just going with the flow and making sure I'm not the bottle neck on anything. My priority, and the reason I'm building new, is to get the boat I want. So that's my focus.
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Old 12-13-2019, 05:10 PM   #122
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Peter, lemme know if the Admiral doesn't like the horn again. I call dibs!

Got any in-progress photos you can share?
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Old 12-13-2019, 07:07 PM   #123
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Lots. I've just been too busy (lazy) to write them up. I have been in Taiwan this week for my 4th yard visit. The boat is progressing, but is horribly behind schedule. It's frustrating, but I knew this would happen so an just going with the flow and making sure I'm not the bottle neck on anything. My priority, and the reason I'm building new, is to get the boat I want. So that's my focus.
And this shows why you are a good candidate for building a 68' Nordhavn. They do run horribly behind schedule and they take as long building a 68' as some take building a 150'. But that's part of the deal and the way to get the boat you want. Best of luck to you and I know once you do get the boat, complete all the commissioning, you'll be extremely happy.

Just a reminder to others is that you must have reasonable expectations, not based on one's ideal world but based on the builder's norm and history.
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Old 12-13-2019, 07:33 PM   #124
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Peter, lemme know if the Admiral doesn't like the horn again. I call dibs!

Got any in-progress photos you can share?


Not this time. :-). I checked the horn specs in advance.

And yes, I have hundreds of pictures.

Thanks everyone for the interest, and hopefully it will motivate me to get off my duff and do some updates.
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Old 12-13-2019, 07:37 PM   #125
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Looking forward to seeing the progress on your boat.
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