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From the Weekend Entertainment section of The Capital
used with permission

Six Boats to See at This Show
2005 U.S. Powerboat Show edition, Friday, October 14, 2005
by Bob Slaff

... 5. Mast & Mallet Dock-H, Thomas Point 44: From the drawing boards of Annapolis' Kaufman Design and Mast & Mallet's Mayo building site comes the Thomas Point 44. Chesapeake Bay antecedents are patently evident culminating on a design and product finish that's a joy to behold, own and use. Twin screws with twin skegs, she was built to cruise the Potomac and other rivers. Designed as a day boat for up to 12 people. Priced at about $600. 000.

Designer Mike Kaufman sums up: "Thomas Point 44 is a custorn boat, configured and arranged to meet the individual buyer's personal taste and desires. The method of construction allows variations hull. superstructure, machinery and arrangement."

One advantage of building with Mast & Mallet is its location at Holiday Pointe Marina off Central Avenue in Mayo. It's the large building as you see as you enter the marina. Owner Joe Reid and staff are competent, open and friendly.


   

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