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The newest Coast Guard Boating Safety Circular
Changes to Carbon Monoxide rules:
http://newboatbuilders.com/pages/carbonmonoxide.html and http://newboatbuilders.com/pages/hottopics.html
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My Boat Projects: 1972 18' Sea Ray 190 I/O -- Building The FL12 rowboat -- A 7 foot 10 In. Sailing Dinghy

Available for speaking engagements on any boat building standards or boating safety topics.   Located in the Pacific Northwest but will travel if expenses are paid. My Resume: (an Adobe pdf) Contact Me


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