VIDEO MaYò 637, the self-built boat in record time

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Another beautiful story of passion: it’s that of Nicola Pirani, a 37-year-old sales agent from Ferrara, who in an interview with Radio Deejay told how he built his own sailboat, which he commissioned from designer Paolo Bua and conceived in kit form so that it could be easily made by anyone with good manual dexterity.

mayo-637This is the MaYò 637, made of marine plywood, a racing daysailer, characterized by its wide, unobstructed cockpit, angled hull (an obligatory choice given the plywood construction), upturned foredeck. Nicholas started the construction last April 25 and at the end of the month, in record time, he expects to finish the hull. To limit costs, used mast and sails will be fitted. I started it on April 25 and by the end of the month I think I can finish it. Data: length. 6.37 m; width. 2.51 m; fish. 190 cm.

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