Te Honoanga

Our friend’s Pahi 31, aptly named Te Honoanga, which means the many little waves in Maori, came out of the water with a very fouled bottom. All the muck is gone now and she sports a smart black skirt. She also got a new forward netting beam and the rotten bamboo, that held up the netting between the hulls were also replaced. She’ll go back in the water this Friday with a happy captain on board!

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2 Responses to “Te Honoanga”

  1. Beatriz Restrepo Says:

    Good job. Working hard!!!!. What amaizing change of Honoanga.

  2. rudy Says:

    Good job on boat clean up and great report.
    !
    RUDY

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