Re: Mill Creek - No Exp

Posted by Steve Miller on Feb 1, 2008

If your local market does not offer good marine plywood, epoxy and fiberglass supplies then the kit may well be the better deal price wise. I built a MC13 from plans and the parts cutting was a very minor amount of the total time. Something like 15 hours out of 100 total. I live in the Pacific NW where wood boat building supplies are easy to get so I did save money over a kit. I think the bigger MC would be a good choice for your goals. If going solo then just add some gear to the other cockpit. Or build 1 MC13 and see if the SO likes it then build either a 2nd 13 or go for the double so you have either to use! Good luck whichever route you go and be assured this community of builders will be here to support you!

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In Response to: Re: Mill Creek - No Exp by Danielle on Feb 1, 2008


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