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95 FEET OF FUN

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T he last time the owner of the 95-foot Hargrave Freedom tried to build a custom yacht, he ended up in court. It was a 77-foot sport-fisherman, and while he won in the end, the months spent battling with lawyers were gut-wrenching. “When I took delivery, there was such a bad taste in my mouth,” he says. “That was the second miserable custom boatbuilding experience I’d had.”

He’s a developer who loves the design process as much as being on the water. He

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