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Thread: 32' NR Sounder Build

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    Congrats, that thing is going to be sweet. My only comment is the trailer. Having owned 3 ez loader trailers, I will never own one again. I went with kokopellie for my existing boat, and my new bayweld will have the 15k koko trailer as well. Superior product and less $$
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    More boat pictures
    Bow and stern views

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    Back of cabin looking aft and forward

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    Portside cabin front looking aft and Starboard cabin front looking aft

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    Fish cleaning table, tackle storage, and knife drawer

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    Transom door and rear helm station

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    Rain locker and cup holders for the Yeti

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    Great looking boat, its good to see NR is still building Sounders, although I have to admit I have never been on one, I have to believe that 24 degree deadrise will make for a very nice ride. Ray Hunt would be smilin...

    Is it 32 including the extension?
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    She's a beauty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akgramps View Post
    Great looking boat, its good to see NR is still building Sounders, although I have to admit I have never been on one, I have to believe that 24 degree deadrise will make for a very nice ride. Ray Hunt would be smilin...

    Is it 32 including the extension?
    No 32 is to stern it is over 35 from the swim step to bow pulpit

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    Bowthruster and bow

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    Davit mount and rear helm

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    Dinghy cradle and tie downs

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    Headed for prep and paint this week

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    No new pictures yet but here is a couple more from last week that has my dinghy and mount in them.

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    Next stop rigging approximately 700 man hours left.

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    I don't think my eyes have ever seen so much aluminum in one place!....lol. Beautiful...!!! Have you picked out a name for her yet?
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