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Andrew Greenlaw - Endeavour

I just wanted to let you know, that I finished my Endeavour 17, which I had listed on the builders/projects page. I put it in the water (with much anxiety) for the first time in May. Although it's only been paddled in sheltered waters since then, what I've seen so far of its performance has really impressed me. It's lightning fast, and both tracks & turns fast. All-up weight of 50 lbs, with no rudder, and built from 1/4" Western Red cedar, & Cherry. Attached is a photo of the boat, in case you're interested. Thanks for providing a great design! Andrew Greenlaw, Advanced Verification Group

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