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Old 03-25-2018, 09:16 AM   #5281
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Agree. The question I have is whether boat builders will embrace carbon fiber in trawlers and other yachts and more importantly if boaters can afford to buy carbon fiber yachts.
I wonder if carbon fiber material cost could drop way down if used as a staple building material for boats... car and truck too?? Probably not.
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Old 03-25-2018, 09:22 AM   #5282
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So where the head and shower and holding tank, galley and berthing spaces?

I agree, it has to be either a tender or a shuttle or maybe even a tour boat. Personally, for a tour boat, the seats are oriented incorrectly.
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Old 03-25-2018, 11:21 AM   #5283
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So where the head and shower and holding tank, galley and berthing spaces?

I agree, it has to be either a tender or a shuttle or maybe even a tour boat. Personally, for a tour boat, the seats are oriented incorrectly.
It is a tender. Here's a picture of the boat in its nature environment:



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Old 03-31-2018, 04:29 PM   #5285
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Saw on someone's blog. Cool boat. Check out the dinghy stowage arrangement, though!

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Old 04-02-2018, 08:34 PM   #5287
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I saw this boat at The Marina at Ortega Landing last week. A German couple, their kids and another friend were docking her there. Although it looks like a Dashew superficially, the owner said she was from New Zealand and that he bought her in Europe. the bow from a distance appears to have a reverse rake, an axe bow, but once you get up close its more plumb.
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Old 04-02-2018, 08:43 PM   #5288
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I like it! Poor manís FPB?

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Damn! Just looked up those Dashew FPBs on YW. Cheapest one is $1.8 million? Sheesh.
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I saw this boat about 32' long at Biloxi's Point Cadet Marina last week. Someone said it had been a navy hull, modified, looks nice to me. Can anyone ID it the name is Jolly. Sorry for the sidways picture.
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I saw this boat about 32' long at Biloxi's Point Cadet Marina last week. Someone said it had been a navy hull, modified, looks nice to me. Can anyone ID it the name is Jolly. Sorry for the sidways picture.
Maybe 32 ft Fales ( Willard type )
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Old 04-04-2018, 02:41 PM   #5293
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I saw this boat about 32' long at Biloxi's Point Cadet Marina last week. Someone said it had been a navy hull, modified, looks nice to me. Can anyone ID it the name is Jolly. Sorry for the sidways picture.
It is a Fales Navigator 32. They were clones of the Willard Horizon 30 and built on the East Coast. They were 2' longer than the original design.

Willard built many utility boats for the US Navy, but this was purely a recreational trawler design.
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Yep, Fales Navigator, just like mine.

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Greetings,
Mr. 60. Am I reading the advert' correctly? $25K for the boat which includes 1 crew @ $25/wk?
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Mr. 60. Am I reading the advert' correctly? $25K for the boat which includes 1 crew @ $25/wk?
I think that is, IF you elect to keep the crew of 1. Sounds like a good investment.
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I'll bet the beam is a killer
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Non issue if you actually use the boat as intended.
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