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Old 02-10-2011, 11:08 AM   #181
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Craig, I remember seeing that boat for sale- glad to see she found a good home!
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Old 02-10-2011, 11:34 AM   #182
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i notice you are "topless", how do you like it?
Hi Per, we do have a Bimini, we just leave it put away most of the time.* The frame folds back against the radar arch so it is very unobtrusive when not in use.*

We do like the option to put the bimini*up when*we "need" it--like on the hook being race committee.* It can also be folded back and covered with a zip on cover without actually removing the bimini.* You may find it handy in the summer??* I guess my advice is, try it for a year and see if you get any use out of it??

*edit: I should clarify, we ONLY have a top, not a full enclosure like you do.* Maybe try yours without the sides and see how you like it?* Seems like your weather down there is nice enough that a full enclosure might be overkill / too hot?


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Old 02-10-2011, 12:35 PM   #183
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thank you..
and to answer you, yes and no..
so california seems always cool around the waterfront, even on warm summer days the large pacific keeps things relatively cool.
but i think i will try it before investing in having my enclosure repaired (need new glass and zippers).
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Old 02-10-2011, 02:55 PM   #184
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Per wrote: that would only be another 1000lbs (400 gal fuel/100 gal water)).
?????????????????

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Old 02-10-2011, 03:19 PM   #185
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Per wrote: that would only be another 1000lbs (400 gal fuel/100 gal water)).
?????????????????

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his boat holds 250 gal fuel, i hold 400, diff = 150 gal x 6lbs ea = 900lbs

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Old 02-10-2011, 03:35 PM   #186
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I apologize!* I read your post as 400 gallons of fuel & 100 gallons of water= 1000lbs.
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Old 02-10-2011, 03:54 PM   #187
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my wording was pretty bad, still dont understand why my boat is 55% heavier than the 34' (4 ft difference).
the boats are pretty much identical... sans 4 ft of saloon/pilot house.
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Old 02-10-2011, 04:24 PM   #188
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my wording was pretty bad, still dont understand why my boat is 55% heavier than the 34' (4 ft difference).
the boats are pretty much identical... sans 4 ft of saloon/pilot house.
Could be beamier with larger engines, fuel tanks, water tanks, generator, etc.

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Old 02-19-2011, 10:27 AM   #189
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Private Idaho is a 67' Outer Reef.* We took the standard 65' model and stretched it two feet through the lazarette/cockpit/boat deck section.* Mostly we did this to accomodate a bigger tender since we tend to use Private Idaho as a "mother ship" on the hook for extended periods and then use the tender for fishing and diving.

She is powered with twin C-12 Cats and we have two 16kw Northern Lights gensets.*

OK, here are some shots (mostly interior) of Private Idaho.

1.* Tender; Nautica w 90hp Yamaha 4 stroke
2.* Swim Platfrom showing access hatch to Laz/Engine Room
3.* Salon (TV is in stbd cabinet)
4.* Galley
5.* Pilothouse looking forward
6.* Pilothouse looking aft/stbd
7.* Master Stateroom
8.* Master Stateroom
9.* Engine Room looking aft.* Gensets are in sound cabinets aft of engines
10.* Lazarette w freezer and workbench
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Old 02-19-2011, 10:40 AM   #190
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Chris-
She is gorgeous! I hope you revel in her luxury every time you are aboard, which I hope is extremely often and surrounded by friends and family! In the event you are lacking in friends, I'd be happy to act as a stand in!

Seriously- gorgeous boat.
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Old 02-19-2011, 01:08 PM   #191
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Very nice!
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Old 02-19-2011, 01:51 PM   #192
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Darn. I want one but I forgot to buy my lottery ticket this week. Oh well, maybe next week.

Beautiful boat.
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Old 02-19-2011, 03:30 PM   #193
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Private Idaho is a 67' Outer Reef.* We took the standard 65' model and stretched it two feet through the lazarette/cockpit/boat deck section.* Mostly we did this to accomodate a bigger tender since we tend to use Private Idaho as a "mother ship" on the hook for extended periods and then use the tender for fishing and diving.

She is powered with twin C-12 Cats and we have two 16kw Northern Lights gensets.*

OK, here are some shots (mostly interior) of Private Idaho.

1.* Tender; Nautica w 90hp Yamaha 4 stroke
2.* Swim Platfrom showing access hatch to Laz/Engine Room
3.* Salon (TV is in stbd cabinet)
4.* Galley
5.* Pilothouse looking forward
6.* Pilothouse looking aft/stbd
7.* Master Stateroom
8.* Master Stateroom
9.* Engine Room looking aft.* Gensets are in sound cabinets aft of engines
10.* Lazarette w freezer and workbench
Now that's what I call Livin Large!!! Gorgeous boat Chris. And welcome to the gang.

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Old 02-19-2011, 07:14 PM   #194
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Thanks for the warm welcome and the comments guys. We're slipping the lines in three days and won't be back until early May. Hope to run into some of you on the water!!
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Old 02-19-2011, 07:25 PM   #195
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Living the Dream- For Sure!** Beautiful Yacht.

Chris,* Every space aboard your boat is perfect.* Enjoy!
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Old 02-20-2011, 12:51 AM   #196
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Thanks for the warm welcome and the comments guys. We're slipping the lines in three days and won't be back until early May. Hope to run into some of you on the water!!
Yes, welcome aboard Chris and co, but I hope you don't run into anyone - no way to treat a nice boat.* Gently bump into with fender between is ok tho.* I'd gladly raft up to you, but it'd be a bit hard me being downunder.* However, that boat could trave to the Queensland coast no trouble, and man, having that in the Whitsundays would be really something.* A boat to die for, well....maybe not die, 'cause then you couldn't enjoy it, but that's me being too literal....

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Old 02-20-2011, 01:38 PM   #197
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Awesome boat, Chris. *I was thinking that it was time for me to post my own photos, but I think I'll wait a page or two for the expectations to lower a bit.*
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Old 02-20-2011, 03:57 PM   #198
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Give up the pics'! We love and appreciate Floridaho's beautiful boat. That doesn't mean we don't love to see everyone elses rigs. The Krogens are kool. Post away
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Old 02-20-2011, 10:49 PM   #199
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We bought our boat almost exactly a year ago. We've been sailboaters in the Northwest for the last 20 years. Archimedes is a 1978 Grand Banks 42. She was previously named Gray Eagle and, while owned by Bruce and Barbara Wood, was occasionally featured in Passagemaker and Pacific Yachting magazines. She now lives on Lake Union in Seattle. We are looking forward to many adventures with her.
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Welcome Rusty. That's a beautiful boat. I saw her up in Princess Cove, Wallace Island about eight years ago.

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