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Old 08-15-2014, 01:11 PM   #561
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Hull shape?

No see no hull shape .... except above the WL.

I looked for it.
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Old 08-15-2014, 01:42 PM   #562
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Eric-I was referring to the Bayview link, "hull shape" being from the WL up, a distinct outward flare from above the WL to the gunnels.
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Greetings, Now comes this interesting craft. Always looking for a boat that will adapt to our Southern Southeast Alaska waters. Here is one that would qualify in my opion . Salty, steel and the price has to be one that is worth a question with the hoped for outcome of a described estate sale complete in truth!!

1964 George Sutton and Jay Stoddard Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

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I think that was the prototype for the Nordhavn 62.
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I don't care for that weird flair. Like a piece of metal curled over. And no flare at the stem. I would prefer a flare running straight up from the WL. Would increase the volume of the hull w no significant downside that I can see off hand. Perhaps the NA did that to maximize the width of the deck cabin and retain a reasonable walk around deck width. Looks rather bad though.

And Don Nordhavn's are like Land Rovers long on guru appeal and short on style.
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I think that was the prototype for the Nordhavn 62.

Don, that looks more like a shortened Krogen Manatee facing backward to me
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That pilothouse is underwhelming. The slab sided look doesn't help either. With a bigger pilothouse and some canvas might add some balance.
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That was good....

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Hull shape?

No see no hull shape .... except above the WL.

I looked for it.
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Greetings, Now comes this interesting craft. Always looking for a boat that will adapt to our Southern Southeast Alaska waters. Here is one that would qualify in my opion . Salty, steel and the price has to be one that is worth a question with the hoped for outcome of a described estate sale complete in truth!!

1964 George Sutton and Jay Stoddard Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

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That was interesting,...wish she was on the east coast,....and wish I was still in the market for a boat.
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I have been following that one for awhile.. It is cheap to buy but prepare tour dumpster full of money to bring to standard.
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Check out the 1966/2004 Webbers Cove 42 on Yachtworld .I think it is a new listing . I'm not sure how to post from another sight .Maybe someone else
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We saw this Willard Vega 30 motor sailer up in Ladysmith, BC a week ago. Chatted with the owner for a bit. Won't sail with just the sails because the screw has so much drag but does fine with the main at idle. He says it burns about a liter per hour under sail.
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Greetings, Now comes this interesting craft. Always looking for a boat that will adapt to our Southern Southeast Alaska waters. Here is one that would qualify in my opion . Salty, steel and the price has to be one that is worth a question with the hoped for outcome of a described estate sale complete in truth!!

1964 George Sutton and Jay Stoddard Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

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Objectively speaking, that boat will eat you alive. You would have to have rocks in your head.

Emotionally speaking, THAT boat right now, as is, makes me want to run away from home. Don't know if its all the steel doors (BTW when somebody calls it a steal boat in the listing, I suddenly want them infested with fleas). It might well be the crows nest. Any boat with a crows nest is a good boat. There are so many places to hang a hammock on that boat I lost count.

Okay, so liquidate everything, squash that, abandon everything, house, mortgage, everything. Buy it for a song and cruise out of the harbor on one working cylinder. Somehow, it makes me long for the adventure. It's not right, but I can't argue it either.

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Billings Diesel in Stonington.
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Objectively speaking, that boat will eat you alive. You would have to have rocks in your head.

Emotionally speaking, THAT boat right now, as is, makes me want to run away from home. Don't know if its all the steel doors (BTW when somebody calls it a steal boat in the listing, I suddenly want them infested with fleas). It might well be the crows nest. Any boat with a crows nest is a good boat. There are so many places to hang a hammock on that boat I lost count.

Okay, so liquidate everything, squash that, abandon everything, house, mortgage, everything. Buy it for a song and cruise out of the harbor on one working cylinder. Somehow, it makes me long for the adventure. It's not right, but I can't argue it either.

Not kidding.
That is an awsome post
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Hawkin's my man doze are beautiful boats. I remember seeing pics in Motor Boating in the 50s. As I recall dey called dem houseboats. That jive wid your history?

Ever seen a Wheeler in your area?
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Old 08-18-2014, 08:06 PM   #580
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Lucky you. The Wheeler seemed to be the perfect boat .. visually. They seemed related to the Grebe. Every detail was the most perfect imaginable creation ever. Drool w no end.
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