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Old 10-22-2013, 08:50 AM   #41
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I think that is a Jarvis-Newman.
Yes. A 46'.
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Old 10-22-2013, 09:26 AM   #42
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Sorry to interject here folks, but I am completely enamored with the vessel in post #24; please do tell what make it is.
I must admit that I am too!
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Old 10-22-2013, 11:06 AM   #43
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What? I thought BL were "want-to-be" Sea Rays!!!


Just kidding Kevin, just kidding....
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Old 10-22-2013, 11:17 AM   #44
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Any boat with good heat and ventilation would be fine in the BC inland waters. I think my next boat , if there is one, will be a Europa style.

FWIW, I also wear work boots, own a Nordic Tug and a Standard Poodle. Not sure how that fits the perceived demographic...
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Old 10-22-2013, 11:30 AM   #45
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I think that is a Jarvis-Newman.

There's a smaller one for sale up in these parts, kinda rare in the NW.

1980 Jarvis Newman 36' Downeast Sedan Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

I think that the key items I will be looking for on the next boat are:
No Teak Decks (don't have them now and want to keep it that way)
Diesel Heat (we run electric w/gen set now)
Confortable Pilothouse. Our OA is ok to run from inside, but I would really like a dedicated piolthouse with comfortable seating. Would make Fall and Winter cruising much more enjoyable.
Flybride with good seating for the summer months. We have the standard trawler back to back seats and they really aren't all that comfortable.
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Old 10-22-2013, 11:33 AM   #46
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A two year commitment? unheard of!

Most on this Forum have put at least two years into boat selection, then keep it for a very long time, so our criteria are much different than yours and you must take any of our comments with that in mind.

IMHO there is a better resale market here, if numbers of boats on the water is any indication, for the Go-Fast boats like your Tiara example than for trawlers.

Craig: In sub 40' Bayliners there aren't many approaching his price point, most are much cheaper.

Although 42 GBs sell well, as reported above, there aren't so many around as to get you into a good one quickly. You will more likely get into a newer Sea Ray, Carver, or other plastic go fast.
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Old 10-22-2013, 11:58 AM   #47
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Spacious cockpit for fishing or entertaining; flybridge for nice days; inside helm for less nice days; great sea keeping ability; heat; nice interior; a good turn of speed when needed; guest quarters; and GREAT looks. They are being sent/shipped West these days.
Looks suspiciously like a Bayliner 3870:

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Old 10-22-2013, 12:56 PM   #48
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Many PNW boats have a hard roof/top over the stern deck and canvas enclosed as it rains 10 months of the years. Like wise the command bridge will at least of have canvas top and enclosed. Canvas enclosures are not cheap so if the boat already has that can be a big plus.
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Old 10-22-2013, 01:24 PM   #49
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Poodle

Anyone with a Standard Poodle is OK in our book!

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Old 10-22-2013, 01:59 PM   #50
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For what it's worth- it rains way more in Alabama than Washington State, so staying out of the rain isn't a concern solely for those in the PNW. The SE has the highest amount of rain fall. Get's rather hot too...and cold. Being able to operate from a climate controlled protected helm has benefits not matter where one lives.
It would seem to me that boats that are more popular in an area- ARE more popular in an area, which mean's it's easier to buy and sell them there. More buyers-more sellers. Also more professionals who know the boats very well-when you need service. Bayliners indeed 'rule' the PNW. Those who could afford to buy any boat-buy them because they fit the bill without having to worry about precious woodwork getting scratched up by kids and pets. No Captain yelling equals happy family cruising. So do you want a boat more pleasant to LOOK at or one to use? It's like a bad haircut you know. YOU can't see it, so shouldn't interfere with your duties. In fact when I was a single guy I NEVER had a woman come up and say "wow, nice haircut", but had many come up in the gym (HOOK!) and say "who gave you that bad hair cut?". Apparently the hair didn't matter.
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Old 10-22-2013, 02:58 PM   #52
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Any boat with good heat and ventilation would be fine in the BC inland waters. I think my next boat , if there is one, will be a Europa style.

FWIW, I also wear work boots, own a Nordic Tug and a Standard Poodle. Not sure how that fits the perceived demographic...
Actually the old Nordic Tug 26 is to blame for me even getting into boating.

I was on a project in Whittier, Alaska and was walking the dock one day. I saw this beautiful red 26' Nordic Tug.

I called my wife, standing right there on the dock and told my wife I wanted to buy that boat. it was listed at $45k back then.

Her words were "sell your plane first" so a for sale sign went up on my plane that week. well by the time my plane sold, so had the little red Nordic Tug.

So I bought a wanna be sea ray, a Bayliner and the rest is history.

Btw, I wouldn't own a poodle. I boat with four dogs. Two Tibetan Mastiffs a German Shepard and a Lab. They love it?
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Old 10-22-2013, 03:11 PM   #53
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Actually the old Nordic Tug 26 is to blame for me even getting into boating.

I was on a project in Whittier, Alaska and was walking the dock one day. I saw this beautiful red 26' Nordic Tug.

I called my wife, standing right there on the dock and told my wife I wanted to buy that boat. it was listed at $45k back then.

Her words were "sell your plane first" so a for sale sign went up on my plane that week. well by the time my plane sold, so had the little red Nordic Tug.

So I bought a wanna be sea ray, a Bayliner and the rest is history.

Btw, I wouldn't own a poodle. I boat with four dogs. Two Tibetan Mastiffs a German Shepard and a Lab. They love it?
When the bug bites it bites hard!

Let's see I remember a gut running poodles in the Iditrod one year, did fair well if memory serves.
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Old 10-27-2013, 06:01 PM   #54
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As the person to ask the question, I thank you for both of your comments and I love both of your boats. Thanks for everyone's comments. I learned a lot and this is a great way to learn.
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Old 10-27-2013, 10:59 PM   #55
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If it's only two summers why buy anything. Lock in a charter boat and avoid all the bs associated with owning a money pit.
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Old 10-27-2013, 11:20 PM   #56
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Buehler's version of the Coot, oriented toward PNW fishing:

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If it's only two summers why buy anything. Lock in a charter boat and avoid all the bs associated with owning a money pit.
I am bringing this short-term ownership thread up again as I am finding myself in the same situation. The Admiral has agreed to continuing our post retirement coastal Washington living for two to three more years. I am approved to purchase another boat at this time but will need to sell it when we move inland in two to three years.

I have inquired about long-term charter at the Seattle Boat Show and was unable to find a charter company willing to reduce the rate for a month long charter. Besides the Admiral does not support "renting" someone else's boat.

We cruised Puget Sound and the Canadian Gulf Islands in our Sea Ray Sundancer for nearly 10 years. The Admiral now wants a boat that has the windows/visibility of a Bayliner 3587-4087. We are shopping in the $50K - $75k price range.

Three Questions I have:
1) is there any possibility of chartering a boat for a month or so at a reasonable rate? The quotes I was getting were around $20k for a month. I love the idea of just turning in the keys and walking away when the season ends.
2) is it reasonable to think I could buy and resell a Bayliner 3587-4087 with a two to three year ownership?
3) are there other brands/models we should be looking at. (an aft cabin island berth is a must) We plan to cruise further north
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Old 07-06-2017, 01:21 PM   #58
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Our GB 36 is coming on the market for 82k to a private buyer if that interests you,. Higher when broker listed. I would think it would hold its value better and sell quicker that the Bayliners mentioned. PM me if you are interested.
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When the bug bites it bites hard!

Let's see I remember a gut running poodles in the Iditrod one year, did fair well if memory serves.
He withdrew about halfway of i recall.
I grew up with a standard poodle. Wonderful, smart dogs.
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