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Old 05-05-2014, 10:39 AM   #81
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eyschulman,
Those props look way far apart. Must be very maneuverable at slow speeds.

I like the very long straight run aft. Must move along very level and w minimal fuss at 12 knots or so. Much like a lobster boat but not so fat. I'll bet she's lean too. At 12 knots I'll bet her efficiency is excellent considering her size (volume). Very nice boat.
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Old 05-05-2014, 01:19 PM   #82
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Many boats here is side view and other hull views.
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Old 05-05-2014, 01:24 PM   #83
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eyschulman,That is one good looking boat .
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This one was next to me at Green Turtle Bay last year . I don't know the owner but the boat was beautiful .Has anyone ever seen this one ?
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Old 05-05-2014, 01:35 PM   #85
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Mahalo Moi for her last haulout/paint.
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There's a lot of interesting asses on this forum. Er, sorry, sterns.
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There's a lot of interesting asses on this forum. Er, sorry, sterns.
David - You gots Maine's Spring Fever "Horns" on!
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Old 05-05-2014, 06:24 PM   #89
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I really like how this post was three years old, then someone revived it, and two plus more pages are added.

The photos and comments are very enjoyable.

Sometimes, old posts are the best posts.
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Very little wave making potential there. A joy to see.
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Hollywood8118, that stern would make waves to roll pigs if it was on my boat!!!!
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eyschulman,

Her stern's real pretty... but... I'm really attracted to her fine looking bottom! That don't make me all bad, does it!
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OK, while we are mooning each other.....
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Talk about being able to slip through the water!!! OMG!
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Talk about being able to slip through the water!!! OMG!

+ 1 ... Very shiny

I want to see the rest of her too

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+ 1 ... Very shiny

I want to see the rest of her too
It won't be so shiny once there is bottom paint on her.

Tons of pictures at www.MVTanglewood.com. You can see her whole birth from logs, drums of resin, and lumps of stainless into a fine little ship.
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It won't be so shiny once there is bottom paint on her.

Tons of pictures at www.MVTanglewood.com. You can see her whole birth from logs, drums of resin, and lumps of stainless into a fine little ship.

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Timber vessel?
No FRP, but all the woodwork starts out as logs at the ship yard. It's really amazing how completely hand-made these boats are.
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It won't be so shiny once there is bottom paint on her.

Tons of pictures at www.MVTanglewood.com. You can see her whole birth from logs, drums of resin, and lumps of stainless into a fine little ship.
It's a great tale of the journey through the construction process. Great blog, Peter!
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