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Building a Boat – 12 Months in 3 Minutes – Sailing Yacht Zora



In this weeks episode i wanted to go over the last 12 months and show everyone just how far the project has come, and to thank each and every person that has been involved either online or by lending a hand on the boat. Without that support, Zora would not be where she is today.

Supporting Zora:
Thank you for watching and sharing these videos, they take a lot of time in an already very busy boat building and working schedule. It makes a huge difference to us when people support the project, and we appreciate every bit of it.

For early and extra content, please consider joining us on Patreon or if you just want to support us you can either buy a Coin or paypal us. We use these funds for video editing software subscription, music subscription and sometimes for raw materials and camera gear.

Thanks very much.

Patreon crew – https://www.patreon.com/sailingyachtzora
Paypal – https://www.paypal.me/sailingyachtzora
Zora Coins – http://www.svseeker.com/wp/product/zora-challenge-coin/

Following Zora:
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/sailingyachtzora/

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FAQs

Who are We?
We are Rhys (Skipper) & Niamh (First Mate) and we are on a mission to sail around the world, and share it through video, writing and photos.

Where are we?
We currently live in Kinsale on the River Bandon estuary, which is a small fishing village on the south coast of Ireland.

What’s the plan?
We are aiming to be on our way for June of 2020. There is a huge amount of work to do before we get there, but we are determined and on track.

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The Sailing Yacht Zora is a 38 foot steel blue water cruiser that was burnt and abandoned in the south of Ireland some 15 years ago. She was designed and built by the legendary Dick Koopman of Holland, and carries a serious pedigree as a capable and safe deep ocean adventure vessel.

Join us a we breath new life into this legendary cruiser and take her where she was meant to be, out in the big blue oceans of this beautiful planet we call home

As always thank you so much for watching and don’t forget to subscribe

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