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Someone to share a shop with (Annapolis, MD)

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9 years 2 months ago #9727 by areame
Just based off the Snook's dimensions, it would be really tight, if it even did fit. The specs have its length at 17'6" for the hull alone. Once you add in the outboard you'll be at your 20'. You also have the jig and building platform to worry about.

Have you tried posting something on Craigslist? A friend of mine does some carpentry and he posted an ad on craigslist looking for a heated space to do his work over the winter and he ended up finding a guy who built axes in a large facility. Might be worth a shot just to see what's out there.

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9 years 2 months ago #9726 by fpjeepy05
Replied by fpjeepy05 on topic Someone to share a shop with (Annapolis, MD)
I might have found a place... Can I build a 17 Snook in a 10x20ft building?

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9 years 3 months ago #9718 by fpjeepy05
Just moved into an apartment in Annapolis and I'm looking to build a 15-18ft over the winter. I would like to rent a space somewhere nearby, and think it would be cheaper if I could share the space with someone.
Also if anyone has any suggestions on ways to find inexpensive places to build that would also be appreciated.

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