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Old 12-31-2016, 07:18 PM   #3841
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I've never seen a Cornish pastie on a menu in the US. .... Maybe time for a Cornish food truck?
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Old 01-03-2017, 10:40 AM   #3842
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That duck has been listed for sale for quite awhile. Not sure who built that one, but the fit and finish doesn't seem to be as nice as others IMO. Also strange with that bed in the bow only separated by a curtain?
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Dude,
I removed the door to the head on our Willard. Will put it back in when we sell her but it's just gets in the way .. way too much. It's surprisingly heavy.
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Old 01-03-2017, 11:38 AM   #3845
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I removed the door to the head on our Willard. Will put it back in when we sell her but it's just gets in the way .. way too much. It's surprisingly heavy.
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Old 01-03-2017, 03:53 PM   #3846
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Awwww Come on Art, one sheet or two on the roll? Elusional photo to say the least, makes Eric's boat appear in the 50 foot class


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Old 01-03-2017, 04:36 PM   #3847
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Door...it's just gets in the way .. way too much.
Funny, had a long chat with the previous owner of my boat the other day. He asked me if I had noticed the craftsmanship on the doors to the two head compartments--very proud of having fabricated them himself to replace the original curtains.

I didn't have the heart to tell him that no matter how I positioned the doors and no matter where I want to stand, they are always in the way...and one of them sticks badly!
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Old 01-03-2017, 05:36 PM   #3848
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I removed the door to the head on our Willard. Will put it back in when we sell her but it's just gets in the way .. way too much. It's surprisingly heavy.
A mental picture (which I`m trying hard to erase) just sat a person on the head.
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That duck has been listed for sale for quite awhile. Not sure who built that one, but the fit and finish doesn't seem to be as nice as others IMO. Also strange with that bed in the bow only separated by a curtain?
I like that the fit and finish is understated...I'm not much of a fan for over the top opulence.

I found the lack of a door to the aft deck pretty weird, but then again, it's a short walk to get there and the extra storage could make up for the "inconvenience".
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Old FD fiching trawler, new engine take trawler planingboats +40 knots


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D or SD or P hulls can be made really fast if desired!



Would the word "Trawler" still apply once a boat is outfitted with hydrofoils??
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D or SD or P hulls can be made really fast if desired!




Would the word "Trawler" still apply once a boat is outfitted with hydrofoils??

it is very bad questions i dot now...

And what is this stel box from Norway +50 knots and maby atlantic cross Records this ugly box amazing

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D or SD or P hulls can be made really fast if desired!



Would the word "Trawler" still apply once a boat is outfitted with hydrofoils??
In a word no. It would sure be heavy though.

A FD hull would not provide enough speed to get the hydrofoil going fast enough to lift the HF boat up and above the water. Some SD hulls wouldn't work either.
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it is very bad questions i dot now...

And what is this stel box from Norway +50 knots and maby atlantic cross Records this ugly box amazing

https://youtu.be/fvWS01GjKIw
Can always bet on the Vikings to come up with great "war" boats.

I'd like to see some Viking gals aboard - Yummmy!
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Can always bet on the Vikings to come up with great "war" boats.
Passed this one on the St. Lawrence River this summer:
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Okay. You win. That's the one. Excuse me, I gotta go buy a Powerball ticket.
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Oh my. That is the definition of interesting. Wow.
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