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We left San Francisco on September 7th 2008 and are off to see the world in our Tayana 37 Pilot House cutter.
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This photo shows the stainless steel stern rail and radar arch I had built in Taiwan.  I think they teach stainless steel welding in kindergarten over there.  Everywhere you look in town things are made from stainless that would be made from painted steel or aluminum here and the welds are always nicely finished.  The rail around the stern adds a lot more usable space to the cockpit than you get with life lines. Its also a great place to hang things.
This photo shows the stainless steel stern rail and radar arch I had built in Taiwan. I think they teach stainless steel welding in kindergarten over there. Everywhere you look in town things are made from stainless that would be made from painted steel or aluminum here and the welds are always nicely finished. The rail around the stern adds a lot more usable space to the cockpit than you get with life lines. Its also a great place to hang things.
Added 26 March 2008
 
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