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Old 12-30-2015, 11:57 PM   #21
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No name on her that I saw. Possibly on the front of the fly bridge, but I didn't get to see the front of the boat. I do believe those are the state registration numbers about as far forward as one could place them though.

I like the separate pilot house (not just a helm in the saloon) and that sexy broken sheer line. A more rounded seiner-like stern would look nice on it too. Not sure why there are no scuppers on it. Weird. I hadn't noticed that.
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Old 12-31-2015, 12:02 AM   #22
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Mark-- In the first photo there appears to be what could be a registration number in white in the red stripe right at the bow. Similar to the registration number on the dinghy. There is some kind of circular/spherical thing at the bow that seems to be covering the very front of the stripe and what might be the front part of the registration number.

The annual registration sticker, required in this state whether the boat is documented or not, is typically applied beside the number if the boat is not documented. Depending on the color of the sticker it could be hard to see against the stripe or blocked by the black thing.
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Old 12-31-2015, 12:06 AM   #23
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I could suggest that this vessel could be a 1970'ish earlier version Pacific Trawler... Naval architect Blaine Seeley’s design which was called the Pacific Trawler 37 and was built in Santa Ana, California between 1973 and 1977.


I went to visit a 1975 Pacific Trawler 37 which was anchored in front of us in Shelburne Bay on Lake Champlain this summer with Bill and Mary Russell on Harbour Reach from North Kingstown, RI: Vessel Documentation Query by Name


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I remember seeing Pacific Trawlers being constructd in Fairhaven (Bellngham, WA) in the very early 2000s. They do bear some resemblance to the boat in this thread.
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Very similar. It has the same silly fake stack, but wrong shearline.
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Old 12-31-2015, 07:18 PM   #27
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A "silly fake stack" is a good place for the propane tank.

Upper part of "stack" and tank not yet installed:



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Old 12-31-2015, 10:10 PM   #28
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I thought. However, were it mine, that radar arch along with the davit would go and a proper mast and boom installed. Those two items kill the magic.
Hmmm. Maybe you're right about that. It wouldn't keep me from lusting after it, but she does look proper with the mast/boom setup.
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Nicely done, Larry! But that mast needs a red band on it. Just sayin'....
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Sorry Mark I never noticed the fake stack on the Coot, maybe because it's not trying to be a fake tugboat. Maybe if you paint it white nobody will notice (just kidding).
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