Yachting

MAKING IT HAPPEN

PAUL HAD A DREAM. He wanted to convert his beloved 34-foot 1967 Hatteras, , to diesel power. He enjoyed fishing and cruising, but his vessel’s range was limiting, as was her 15-knot speed. He could have bought a newer, faster boat, but preferably in a 12-month-a-year boating climate.

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