It has been a long time since my last post. I have been puting miles under mny hull.
How come all of a sudden this forum is full of smart dudes?
I am really looking into say goodbye.
My problem is that I regret leaving the good friends I made here
Yes we own a 58 rw for 20 years. Makes a great live aboard. I elected to re fasten and caulk the teak deck, did some core replacement and repair from the inferior as the ceiling is 1/4" ply. The eagle also had rot under the Windows which i cut out and replaced. A 3 year summer projects. In winter covered the deck with a tarp and the Windows will plex a glass.
Hey Phil: Do you own the Roughwater 58 Eagle?? I bought one of the Roughwater 58's in California, one possibly unknown. It has low engine hours (600) and hull is fine, but previous owners let superstructure go. Window leaks have started taking their toll on the deck. Surveyors recommend a full deck replacement, which in California is insanely expensive (California sucks in general for fixing anything). Anyway... I'm not too sure what to do with it, I would have given anything to see her under way. Have you enjoyed your 58? Know anyone that wants a 58? Dylan ... firstname.lastname@example.org. Alameda, CA
We are to truck our 34' DeFever to Washington this spring and would ask if you would share your yard information with us.Not sure which yard to have our boat dropped off at yet.