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Johnny pipes 03-16-2017 02:49 PM

Lang Yachts Ted Lang NML Yachts 330 model
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the entire enterior was replaced with teak at some point about 25-30 yrs ago
I actually tracked down the owner from back then and heard many good stories about the boat from the 25 years he owned it

Johnny pipes 03-16-2017 02:56 PM

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this is just from a little of my research

Johnny pipes 03-16-2017 03:01 PM

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few more

Lou_tribal 03-16-2017 03:09 PM

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here are 2 pics from stern of my aft cabin Lang :)
Johnny you know far more from these than I will ever be able to know!

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Johnny pipes 03-16-2017 05:01 PM

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Hey Lou hope all is well she is looking great glad to hear from other Lang owners
Unfortunately i think mine is gonna have to take a season off and stay on the hard i have family obligations and timing is not working out this year

Johnny pipes 03-16-2017 05:08 PM

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Langster is that boat of yours from Mass i think I've seen it before
also i would love to see some of the paperwork that came with the boat you can email me or mail is fine email me for my address if so thank you

Lou_tribal 03-16-2017 05:30 PM


Originally Posted by Johnny pipes (Post 534318)
Hey Lou hope all is well she is looking great glad to hear from other Lang owners
Unfortunately i think mine is gonna have to take a season off and stay on the hard i have family obligations and timing is not working out this year

Hey Johnny, I am just waiting for this damned snow to melt so I can work or her. I have hundreds of things I want to do before end of May for our next cruise. Timeline will be tight but I will see what I can do.
Sorry to hear that you won't be able to enjoy yours this season, but next season will have an even greater taste :)

Take care.


Johnny pipes 03-27-2018 08:14 PM

Any new Lang Yachts Lang boats NML owners ?
Hello all havenít been on in a while with all the ďFirst Child ď obligations and all
Iím back at it gonna be working on the Lang soon getting her ready for the 2018 season just wanted to see what was going on out there in the Lang world any new owners or updates from existing owners

Johnny pipes 07-20-2018 10:10 AM

Lang Yachts 330
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Lang Yachts 330 Built in 1970 powered by single 6V53 NA Detroit

Lou_tribal 07-20-2018 11:32 AM

Looks like we are only 2 on that planet to have that kind of boat :D


Scratchnsaw 07-20-2018 11:45 AM


Originally Posted by Lou_tribal (Post 682637)
Looks like we are only 2 on that planet to have that kind of boat :D


And unlike a bunch of other folks that was not as lucky after plunking their money down for a new one, you actually ended up with a boat.

Johnny pipes 07-20-2018 01:20 PM

Lang Boats
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I love the Lang sheís a good boat
they gotta be out there somewhere!

slowjoe 07-22-2018 12:08 PM

Hey John ... itís joe ... I had 28 Lang I was redoing ..well things changed and I picked up beautiful trawler last season ... I wound up selling the Lang ... had it about 80%done ...keep them alive ... great boat ... enjoy it ..

Johnny pipes 07-22-2018 04:50 PM

Joe glad to hear your still at it even without the Lang I remember last time I saw the pictures she was looking great Happy Boating!

Langster 12-09-2018 10:10 AM

Selling My Lang 28

Originally Posted by Langster (Post 532103)
I am late to the original post, but hope you find this information helpful. I bought the Lang 28 that is carried in the link to the Hull Truth website. The previous owners we purchased it from were incredibly friendly and helpful with the transfer and education of the operation of the boat. They owned (andl loved) Lady Louise for many years and decided to move up to a larger trawler. The boat was very well maintained over the years with a complete refit in 2006. I bought the boat when I retired and my wife and I have enjoyed every minute that we spend on her. The refit replaced the old engine with an 8.1 Crusader engine that runs flawlessly. Although the boat is capable of higher speeds, I like to cruise at around 10 knots or under. This is my first big boat, so I had to get use to the single screw steering, but I have long ago adapted and feel like I can operate the boat blindfoled. The boat is incredibly seaworthy, as my wife and I found out when we got caught out on Nantucket Sound when a squall blew through. We were kicked around a bit and it was pretty scary, but there is no doubt that this boat will get you back to port safely even under the worst conditions. Not sure how many more years I will be able to keep the boat given my age, but will definitely enjoy every moment spent on the boat. I do have some of the original brochures and would be willing to copy and mail out at no cost if anyone is seriously interested. To all current and future Lang owners -- enjoy an incredible boat!

It is a sad day -- time to sell my Lang 28, age has finally caught up with me. My Lang 28 is in very good condition with excellent mechanics.There was a complete refit in 2006 that included an entirely new motor replacement with an 8.1 Crusader motor, totally new wiring and steering and many other upgrades that exceeded $30,000 in total.The motor has just over 600 hours and has been yard maintained.There is a West Marine RIB that comes with the boat that can be attached to St. Croix dinghy davits from the rear of the boat.The boat is under wraps now in the boatyard.It does have an access door to the inside, but viewing would need to be before the winter season sets in.I will be un-wrapping the boat in the early spring for those who may have an interest in looking.I will be asking somewhere between $11,000 and $12,000.If you have any interest in my Lang 28, please drop me a note.Thanks.Langster.

Moby Nick 12-09-2018 11:11 AM

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As for being a Bolger design, the bow sections of the boat pic in the OP certainly have a couple of things in common with the lines of my prior 28' Shearwater Yawl, a Bolger design produced by Edey & Duff, While the hollow may not impact behavior on plane all that much (other than slicing through waves very nicely) you will find her behavior at displacement speed quite comfortable.

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