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Old 08-02-2019, 06:25 AM   #1
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trying to identify a boat that i am curious about

we have been thinking of getting a 30-32 foot trawler as a possible live aboard and several months ago i came across a picture of a boat that for some reason, absolutely struck my fancy. unfortunately, i can no longer find the original source of the picture and although i believe that it was mentioned as being a legacy 32, i have never been able to find a model with that name that looks like the one in the attached picture. i would really appreciate it if anyone can identify this specific model and possibly point me in a direction of finding one. thanks so much,
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Old 08-02-2019, 07:05 AM   #2
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Found it at George Daicos Trawler Design and Build
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Looks very similar to a Lord Nelson Victory Tug.
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That's a pretty boat, I see why she strikes your fancy.

Wasn't there a Legacy Yachts in St Petersberg or Tampa Florida? I recall they used to advertise sporadically in Passagemaker back when I lived in Tampa before 2007. If I'm remembering the right name, I sent them a message asking to stop by for a visit and never received a response. I noticed they stop advertising after that but some years later I saw another ad that make me think they were in and out of business but the hull molds were still in existence.

I wish you luck, the model of their boat I liked was probably the same hull with a different house, I know it was in that 32' range. But since this pic has a Canadian flag - I could be all ate up!

Good luck.

Edited: Now that I look at the house on a large screen, that looks like steel construction - if so, I'm way off base.
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thanks so much - YOU FOUND IT! guess that she was 42' rather than the 32' that i had originally thought. she is really quite a beautiful boat.
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Old 08-02-2019, 07:16 AM   #6
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thanks so much - YOU FOUND IT! guess that she was 42' rather than the 32' that i had originally thought. she is really quite a beautiful boat.

Sometimes it's easy, it was this time. I saved your pic then dropped it into

images.google.com and started following links
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