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Old 03-31-2016, 11:38 AM   #3261
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I've seen this one on Yachtworld for awhile. Seems interesting. Big Cummins 855 continuous duty engine, get home/stabilizing sail, bilge keels.

Wonder how these older Dutch steel boats hold up?
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Old 03-31-2016, 11:49 AM   #3262
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1982 Vripack - Holland Motorsailer Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

I've seen this one on Yachtworld for awhile. Seems interesting. Big Cummins 855 continuous duty engine, get home/stabilizing sail, bilge keels.

Wonder how these older Dutch steel boats hold up?
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Old 03-31-2016, 02:27 PM   #3263
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OK, explain what that is on the bow? or is it the stern? An azipod drive?
These are called "tractor tugs". Besides ship docking they do a lot of escort work, involving braking and steering huge ships. The big fins make it really hard to drag these tugs through the water. They have equal thrust (because of the cycloidal or azipod drive) 360 degrees, so they turn sideways to drag the stern of a ship around.

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Old 04-04-2016, 10:29 PM   #3264
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Interesting boats

Saw this boat in FL a month ago. Anyone know the make? It was at Cracker Brothers during our get together.

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Old 04-04-2016, 11:13 PM   #3265
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Saw this boat in FL a month ago. Anyone know the make? It was at Cracker Brothers during our get together.



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Old 04-04-2016, 11:14 PM   #3266
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That's strange,
The afterdeck being higher than the wheelhouse.
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Old 04-04-2016, 11:50 PM   #3267
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I've seen this one on Yachtworld for awhile. Seems interesting. Big Cummins 855 continuous duty engine, get home/stabilizing sail, bilge keels
Dude: that's definitely one of the most complete Galleys I've seen on a boat. Do the spice racks come with it? Nice liveaboard!
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Old 04-05-2016, 12:00 AM   #3268
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Dude: that's definitely one of the most complete Galleys I've seen on a boat. Do the spice racks come with it? Nice liveaboard!

I know!

I don't know why, but I lust after this boat for some reason. I have to quit reading these sailing books. Reading Maiden Voyage right now. 18 year old kid. Sailing solo around the world in a 26' sailboat. No fridge. No generator. Hell no engine for much of the trip. Crazy. Cool.

(Not sure about the swim platform extension thing however. Also, the more I look at the profile the aft area looks way too high-- like it could be knocked down by a big wave)
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Dude: that's definitely one of the most complete Galleys I've seen on a boat. Do the spice racks come with it? Nice liveaboard!
Interesting seeing the breakfront (crystal cabinet) in the galley on a boat. I hope that is thick, tempered glass and not the typical pane glass.
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Old 04-05-2016, 08:12 AM   #3270
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Interesting seeing the breakfront (crystal cabinet) in the galley on a boat. I hope that is thick, tempered glass and not the typical pane glass.

That is odd. Like it wasn't really used offshore much? Looks like those plates would go flying in a rolly sea. But maybe the boat doesn't roll! 😄👍
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I know it's just a drawing but man can't quit looking at Dynamo Too , another Devlin boat. Just made it my work computer background .
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I know it's just a drawing but man can't quit looking at Dynamo Too , another Devlin boat. Just made it my work computer background .
Well the boat built from the original William Garden Dynamo design is for sale......Kintore......

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That's strange,
The afterdeck being higher than the wheelhouse.
Didn't they call them "Poop Decks"..??......

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Well the boat built from the original William Garden Dynamo design is for sale......Kintore......

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Yes I know I saw that about a week ago. I don't know why I look, it just makes it worse . I like the extended roof on Dynamo .
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This is a Roger Carey design that I was lucky enough to learn my boating in. It was my fathers for quite a few years. 39 foot and around 17 ton so fairly nuggety.
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This is a Roger Carey design that I was lucky enough to learn my boating in. It was my fathers for quite a few years. 39 foot and around 17 ton so fairly nuggety.
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Didn't they call them "Poop Decks"..??......
Here's a typical Dhow from here in the Persian Gulf. Take a guess what that big box is at the stern with the hole cut in the floor???
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Lots of decks look great in a classic yacht: Ship more like!





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