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Old 09-19-2014, 12:07 PM   #1
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pretty boats

For your viewing pleasure. these are my neighbors boats.
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Old 09-19-2014, 01:21 PM   #2
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Looks like you're in LaConner Wa.
Can't tell where you are by your post.

I think I've seen that double ender but the monk's big enough so I normally wouldn't be on that float. Like it though even with the black hull.

We are down at Latitude and will be in the harbor Oct 1. Probably J or K float.
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Old 09-19-2014, 01:36 PM   #3
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We are at the Duwamish Yacht Club next door to Delta Marine. The owner of the little boat just came back from the San Juans. Maybe you saw her going and coming I know she up the inside past La Conner. She does the bright work on both of the boats and others in our marina.
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Old 09-19-2014, 03:58 PM   #5
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Very nice!

While you are on the subject of pretty boats, I'm just smitten over this one

1973 Malahide North Sea Trawler Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

What a gorgeous boat!



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Very nice!

While you are on the subject of pretty boats, I'm just smitten over this one

1973 Malahide North Sea Trawler Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

What a gorgeous boat!



Hoo Boy! She certainly gets my woody juices going!

Saw a Malahide in our local shipyard having some frames replaced a few years back. The sheer size and close spacing of them was truly impressive.
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Old 09-19-2014, 06:00 PM   #7
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These boats were made a few miles north of Dublin. They are proper fishing type trawlers built for leisure cruising; she must have been sailed over from Ireland to the Pacific on her bottom.


Beautiful boats, serious pieces of kit.
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Beautiful boats, serious pieces of kit.
And serious money to maintain them. But.....if money were no object. In a heartbeat.
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Greetings,
I agree with ALL of the above but you wouldn't get me out on that foredeck when it's wet. That glossy finish is an accident waiting to happen IMO.
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I can't believe it RT you actually criticized that boat. The anchor winch dosn't add much style either. Raise you one RT.
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Mr. mb. The boat is lovely, wondrous in fact. It's that skating rink of the glossy teak. I don't like. I agree on the windlass as well BUT those deck wash-down spigots have got to be toe stubbers for sure. You're up.
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Best I got in my hand is this beautifully maintained 1938 Trumpy. Before I could take more pictures her Captain asked for a hand casting off.....bummer.
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Old 09-19-2014, 10:40 PM   #13
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Hi guys, thought you would like to see the first Islamic boat advertisement.

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RT,
The lines of the deck, sheer and cabin top makes her look bent or weighted down amidships. Your turn at negativity.

Slowboat,
Her's a sistership to Arianna in your 1st pic.
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Eric, put your thumb over the Bimini top, that's what's spoiling the lines.
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RT stay off the foredeck, that's the deckhands job.
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Hi guys, thought you would like to see the first Islamic boat advertisement.

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Now, that's funny, Al.
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Very nice!

While you are on the subject of pretty boats, I'm just smitten over this one

1973 Malahide North Sea Trawler Power Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

What a gorgeous boat!



She has to be the best maintained wood boat in history... must keep a number of folks busy maintaining her.. spectacular. I know I have seen her here in P.T. being worked on in the past.. she is MASSIVE for her size.

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RT,
The lines of the deck, sheer and cabin top makes her look bent or weighted down amidships. Your turn at negativity.
True, but easily offset with a proper size and style of anchor.
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So guys once a boat is in that great of shape, how much work does it really take to keep her that way?

Im serious...my boat has zero exterior teak
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