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Rebuilding: The majority of the Dutch traditional charter boats have all been rebuild during the 80's. This also applies to the Maxima when she still sailed under the name 'Gea'. After 17 years, the ship and its interior got worn out and that is why in 2002 it was decided to completely rebuild her, fully complying with all safety regulations and offering more comfort to her guests.
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Before the demolition.

During the demolition.

Demolishing the woodwork..
More demolishion . Hard labor . Happy builders .
Ooh.. fire .
The first sheet of metal is in.. the rebuilding has started .
BEER?

These new parts are awaiting there destination.

The frame has been set for the roofing.
Colsing up and good weather.

The two iron workers relaxing. The roof is closed and the railing stands. Off to the shipyard for more work.

Part of the old hull.


THe boat under water.. sheets needed.

The first new sheet is being aplied.
Isolation is now in place. The ceiling and the floor are in!.


This will become the kitchen...


Skipper with two Sweedish plummers. Drill, Drill, Screw, Screw 7 days a week. Carpenter at work.
Child labor . Happy riggers . The maiden voyage!
 
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