Cabo Horn 35 Kalloni
We received this e-mail sent by Roberto Cruz, the latest owner of a Cabo Horn 35. He tells having lived a long saga, but now he is happy with his accomplishment:
Dear friends from B & G Yacht Design
I visited your office in Rio de Janeiro during the year of 1996 with the intention of acquiring the Multichine 37 project, when Astrid asked who would go sailing with me? I retorted – my family! And she asked again: how many of you know how to sail?...And I said I was the only one who had an idea of what sailing means.
It was love at first sight. Many things changed from then on, however I never forgot what you told me, that the adventure starts at the very moment you start building the boat.
The Cabo Horn 35 class gets a new member absolutely faithful to the design details, like the rounded transom, cutter rig, original interior layout, etc, only missing the hull topside portholes, even though the transom ones were installed.
Roberto Cruz and family
It is missing very little for the Cabo Horn 35 Kalloni to be sailing. Photo: Roberto Cruz
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