My Girl Update – Splash Day Must Be Soon

My Girl Update

Jason Prew has been burning the midnight oil in his boat shed (shelter) – end result My Girl is getting very close to splashing. See a snap shot below, to view / read more check out his blog

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Jason – see below – based on the Ken Ricketts theory of boat naming – you should sue 🙂


Update 14-10-2018 The bling is starting to be added. Nice paint job, but you get that when you glass 😉

Update 25-10-2018 Comparison photo below, an amazing job done by Jason, and given he is not short, a big sacrifice in head-room 🙂


02-11-2018 Update – My Girl looking very close to a splash, anti-fouling on, the blue looking a lot smarter than the black 🙂


12 thoughts on “My Girl Update – Splash Day Must Be Soon

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  2. We are proud to have her as part of our Gulf Harbour fleet KEN R

    But not part of the woody fleet 😉 Alan H


  3. Looks good jason. I’ve had trouble with those vetus goose neck exhausts creating alot of back pressure! That one looks to be molded a bit better but may be worth a check. Good luck with the launch.


  4. Don’t be a hater Alan, those extra 2 feet over Raindance will be filled with decadence 😛 (light ones). Does me sitting on the roof and steering with my feet count as a flying bridge Murray? no room for a thruster, learning to drive will have to suffice. Varnish has been kept to a minimum so Hopefully Cam won’t dislike it too much 😛


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