Building the Nimrod

Outboard designs up to 14'

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Re: Building the Nimrod

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Vert nice work. Love it every time I see another of these being built.
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Re: Building the Nimrod

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[quote="BillJ"][quote="Croatia"]
Our plan is that the boat will be finished in the summer, and then take it to the test ride in the Adriatic sea.


How cool is that! I'd have to swing by and check out the eastern coast of Italy![/quote

No problem Bill J :) ! I would be glad that you visit us in Croatia :)

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Re: Building the Nimrod

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The boat is almost finished. Only few things left of stainless steel and Nimrod is ready for a ride.
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Re: Building the Nimrod

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Best of luck with that ride! Let us know how it goes! :D

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Re: Building the Nimrod

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Long time lurker on the forum and keep changing my mind on what I want to build. Thought about the Malahini, the rebel and Geronimo. Now I am thinking about the nimrod. Hate the name but like the lines. One thing that is putting me off is the beam. Is it roomy enough? Also, how does it ride. You’ve done a great job with it. It’s very good looking. Hope you post a video soon.

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