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Acorn to Arabella update

corn to Arabella is one of the boatbuilding projects we’ve been following on YouTube, thanks to the regular stream of high-quality videos put up by the builder, similar to Leo Goolden’s project and others. is a 37ft 6in (11.4m) Colin Archer-inspired 'Ingrid' design from the drawing board of William Atkins (think ); and the acorn refers to the fact that much of the timber comes from Steve’s family farm, where the work is taking place, and where Steve’s forefathers planted the trees that are now turning into .

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