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Old 02-28-2018, 05:33 PM   #5121
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I sent a msg to my wife with the link and asked whether we could sell the house. She immediately replied "sure". Then a moment later "Can the dogs go to Scotland?"


That right there illustrates why my wife is obviously smarter than I am. I didn't immediately dream as big as she did.
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Old 02-28-2018, 07:41 PM   #5122
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Dogs make it difficult! How do you get a German Shepherd on board from the tender, up to the saloon or, the ultimate: up to the flybridge?
I think only a few sundeck cockpit motor yachts and the bigger DeFevers pass on all three.
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Old 02-28-2018, 08:02 PM   #5123
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Perhaps?
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Old 02-28-2018, 08:07 PM   #5124
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Perhaps?
How do you do that!!!!????
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Old 02-28-2018, 09:11 PM   #5125
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How do you do that!!!!????
You know Superman's dog... don't you!!??
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Perhaps?
Impressive. I`ve owned Shepherds, great dogs,and one that I think was a Shepherd/Kelpie.
Check out the wall climbing kelpies in this:
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That boat could get several more feet of WLL terminating the stern like this one. Notice how the stern stem has a reverse curve. Gives a long WL.
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Old 03-01-2018, 01:37 AM   #5128
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That boat could get several more feet of WLL terminating the stern like this one. Notice how the stern stem has a reverse curve. Gives a long WL.
I would argue that the one you just posted could benefit by keeping its WLL and extending that ugly stern into a more beautiful fantail like style. The way it is has got too much sailboaty look to it.
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That boat could get several more feet of WLL terminating the stern like this one. Notice how the stern stem has a reverse curve. Gives a long WL.


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I would argue that the one you just posted could benefit by keeping its WLL and extending that ugly stern into a more beautiful fantail like style. The way it is has got too much sailboaty look to it.

I like the reverse curve. Thought fan tail was what made boats look... ahh... "sailboaty" lol!!
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Old 03-01-2018, 02:06 AM   #5130
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It doesn't make sense to me. Everything else about that boat screams checkbook open. Except maybe having a Gardner and not a single picture of it. Maybe its a mechanical nightmare.

I can tell you this, just looking at the thing makes me want to do stupid things like sell the house.
Hi,

I think the old house is also possible with nasty risks, the list is long so not so simple ...

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Old 03-02-2018, 01:38 AM   #5131
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Reminds me very much of this old girl, She is available in Mass I think...same lines.



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Iíve seen this one before, but this time Iím taking a deeper dive. The renovation was amazing. Must stop obsessing over this....wait...is that Corten steel....
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Reminds me very much of this old girl, She is available in Mass I think...same lines.

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Really nice boat!
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Old 03-04-2018, 11:02 AM   #5133
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Hi, very nice "ship" looking boat, The yellow color Hull is surprisingly stylish on this boat from me. Huge space and certainly good seakeaping. Unfortunately, too much work to keep fresh, I understand your wife


i rememeber UK is very nice prise Cheoy lee 47' 1987 for sale about 126000$ Cheoy Lee Trawler 47, Motor Boat | Liverpool Boat Sales

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Rare model, only three built this series and this is Hull 3. The boat was originally sold for the American Market before being shipped to the Mediterrean where she was berthed for a number of years.


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Thatís little brother to my boat. For the 52í version they added the cockpit.

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Just a five minute walk around the dock from me in Ballard

Here is an interesting take, converted from power to power plus. What about portlights at the water line? any thoughts?








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I would argue that the one you just posted could benefit by keeping its WLL and extending that ugly stern into a more beautiful fantail like style. The way it is has got too much sailboaty look to it.
Not in to sailboaty looks either. However most modern designs (sail and power both) have a WLL that more closly resembles the OAL. FD greatly favoes a long WLL. The one thing about the N46 and my Willard that I donít like is the heavily raked stem.
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Old 03-04-2018, 10:27 PM   #5136
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Thatís one awesome little ship. Does it really draft over 8í??
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Old 03-04-2018, 10:46 PM   #5137
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[QUOTE=BDidier;642042]Here is an interesting take, converted from power to power plus. What about portlights at the water line? any thoughts?

Yes, keep them closed or get a very high capacity bilge/de-watering pump or pumps.
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All these canoe sterned boats would be an absolute pita to get aboard and resupply from a dinghy.
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All these canoe sterned boats would be an absolute pita to get aboard and resupply from a dinghy.
A small swim platform is easily fitted to canoe sterned boats, but a full width platform requires more custom work to fit a round stern. No reason it can't be done, though.
Mine is rectangular (about 3 x 2 feet) but I'm considering building a wider curved one to enhance my girl's rounded backside.
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All these canoe sterned boats would be an absolute pita to get aboard and resupply from a dinghy.

Not necessarily if you fabricate a side ladder with a small 2X2 ft folding platform just above water level. Not as convenient as a full transom swim step, but there are those who either have fan tails or donít want a transom stern for reasons of seaworthiness, appearance or other factors.

Side boarding also has less motion than at the stern, although it lacks protection from the wind.

This brings up interesting debates about whether you design your boat for how it will be used 90% of the time or for the 10% factor. For me I would design to the 10% if those factors are life-threatening.
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