The shelf was a small detail, but it told a bigger story about Povich's intense involvement in the design and building of Celebration. Indeed, he traveled to the Tayana yard in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, twice during construction. "When David went to Tayana during the building of the 52, he met the workers. When he went back during the construction of the 64, he met their children," says Noyce. One of the biggest challenges Povich had for the yard was to create stanchion bases that are hidden. "He wanted to see nothing at the base, just the stanchion," says Noyce, who's also an experienced metal fabricator. "We finally came up with a design that he was happy with. David is the kind of client who pushes you to find new solutions, and as a result, we all learned new things."