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Old 03-20-2013, 09:27 PM   #21
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I am sorry. I unfortunately have no sense of shame. If I killed off a few polyester trees and what was made with them floats and pleases the admiral.....so be it.
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Old 03-20-2013, 09:42 PM   #22
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I have a 44 foot Chung wha Seamaster the pictures in that add look very much like my boat
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Old 03-21-2013, 10:52 PM   #23
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Bobsyiruncle: There are two of us on this forum that have Cheoy Lee 46 LRCs. For us - as liveaboards/workaboards - she's an absolutely wonderful boat. Very comfortable and economical. The price on the Yachtworld listing in your first post, even given the apparent condition, is pretty darn attractive. Here's a simple little video we just made a couple of days ago of our vessel underway on a two-hour run home from Port Townsend to Port Ludlow...
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Old 03-22-2013, 09:05 AM   #24
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update

Update - the Seamaster has a sale pending - I knew it was a good deal. The CL broker has not replied to my request for engine room pictures. Big thanks to everyone for all the assistance. Love the video. It makes it feel homey.
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Here's a simple little video we just made a couple of days ago of our vessel underway on a two-hour run home from Port Townsend to Port Ludlow...
I love it and it's professionally done. Really gets me chomping at the bit to cruise the San Juans.
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I had to go back and look at Moonfish's video again. I thought I saw a wood stove and I guess I did.
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Darren - Real nice vid-short, thanks!

Showed it to Admiral... she was very interested and had BIG smile. I'm slowly but surely herding toward "rent the houses"... Move onto large cruiser boat... Live on water... Cruise north and south Pacific coast for next 25/35 yrs (till we simply can't no more)... Keep SF as home port...

Happy! Happy!! Happy - FOREVER AFTER! Just like depicted in fantasies!!
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I had to go back and look at Moonfish's video again. I thought I saw a wood stove and I guess I did.
It's actually a propane stove. The PO had installed it many years ago w/3 7-gal propane tanks feeding it on the starboard sidedeck (there's still enough room to walk past them). When we first looked at the boat, we thought we'd end up taking the propane out and putting in either a diesel or wood stove. The PO kept saying "Just live through one winter with it..." He was right! Keeps the "upstairs" nice and toasty, and just by flicking a switch. So it's very convenient, and quite nice to watch the flames at night. It has a blower on a rheostat, so the heat is pretty even in the main cabin. And it's plumbed correctly, so that air intake and exhaust go through the chimney - no propane moisture in the cabin. During the coldest months, we spent about $45/mo on propane, so for liveaboards/workaboards (which means we turn the thing on around 7:30am and don't shut it off until 10pm, 7 days a week) it's not bad as a primary heat source...
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Darren - Real nice vid-short, thanks!

Showed it to Admiral... she was very interested and had BIG smile. I'm slowly but surely herding toward "rent the houses"... Move onto large cruiser boat... Live on water... Cruise north and south Pacific coast for next 25/35 yrs (till we simply can't no more)... Keep SF as home port...

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Glad to have helped, Art!
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