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Old 08-31-2018, 02:10 PM   #5941
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I like the modern interior on a classic boat.

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Sigh...
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Old 08-31-2018, 02:17 PM   #5942
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The Cammenga is a beauty...the age of steel concerns me even though I donít know if it should, it had some patching and refitting done some years ago...it has a Gardner Engine I think...
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Don't care if it's a re-post. That's a gorgeous boat! I was happy to look at it again. Heading out to buy a Lotto ticket right now.
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Old 08-31-2018, 06:06 PM   #5944
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Itís like someone put a Nordhavn 46 and an Island Packet PY in a taffy pulling machine.

I want it.
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Old 08-31-2018, 06:48 PM   #5945
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Most boats are just big and expensive.
This one is truly interesting!
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Old 08-31-2018, 08:07 PM   #5946
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Dang purdy for sure, but the 5’3” draft would keep us from sneaking into some amazing places protected by skinny water and from sneaking up to photograph animals on rocks or ashore.

If money were no object, this Dave Gerr design for a 76’ beachable boat with 3’6” draft (box keel and tunnel protected prop) would be near the top of our list;

https://www.gerrmarine.com/KESTREL.html

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Old 08-31-2018, 08:13 PM   #5947
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Can we get a moritorium on posting Migrant. She has been on here before, and Iíve taken a long, long, long review of her a number of times. Her renovation is getting a little dated. I donít mean style wise, she is beautiful. No, I mean, just how many years can a fellow really get before needing to repeat the last and that was one really expensive Reno. At least, this is what I tell myself to keep from doing something I wonít regret for about 20 years when itís too late to recover.
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Old 08-31-2018, 08:30 PM   #5948
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Magazine article of the 76' beachable Gerr design in PDF;

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48' Durbeck

This 48' Custom Durbeck North Sea trawler showed up on YW today. Doesn't seem unreasonably priced but wonder how you can call it a "classic expedition trawler" when she only carries 600 gals of fuel. I used to be able to save jpg images with Firefox but that feature seems to have disappeared (thanks Firefox) So here is the link:

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Old 09-01-2018, 11:00 AM   #5950
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This 48' Custom Durbeck North Sea trawler showed up on YW today. Doesn't seem unreasonably priced but wonder how you can call it a "classic expedition trawler" when she only carries 600 gals of fuel. I used to be able to save jpg images with Firefox but that feature seems to have disappeared (thanks Firefox) So here is the link:

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The boat does show well in the pictures.
I would think a 46ft boat would have 2 staterooms and 2 heads. SHRUG
600gal fuel is more than enough to get far enough. I gage it as 'from Key West up the east coast.' refueling and getting to Bermuda.
No mention of stabilizers, that I saw.
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I would think a 46ft boat would have 2 staterooms and 2 heads. SHRUG
600gal fuel is more than enough to get far enough. I gage it as 'from Key West up the east coast.' refueling and getting to Bermuda.
No mention of stabilizers, that I saw.
Agree the layout doesn't appear to be good and it should be a 2/2. There must be a lot of wasted space since it has an almost 16' beam.

Doesn't mention fuel economy but would be surprised if it gets much more than a nautical mile per gallon. Don't think I would want to chance a trip to Bermuda.

At the very end of the full specs, it mentions it has Naiad stabilizers.
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Old 09-02-2018, 12:16 AM   #5952
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They're all interesting, aren't they?

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Old 09-02-2018, 12:32 AM   #5953
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Old 09-02-2018, 01:47 AM   #5954
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My wife, daughter, mother-in-law and I drove to Prince Rupert today...they had fun shopping & I wandered with my camera.

Another interesting one...
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Here is a pic of the Durbeck 48' on YW.
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They're all interesting, aren't they?

(Prince Rupert, north coast BC, Canada)
I wish my marina was like that instead of a refuge for cruisers and speed boat!

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This Italian Absolute Navetta 58 is 1 of only 3 in North America. It was shipped to Florida and cruised up here into the Great Lakes where it is in a marina in the port of Grand Haven on Lake Michigan. There is a nicely written story about how it got here and there are lots of great pictures of the boat. This is an unusual, elegant and well equipped cruiser.

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Murray,
My mother painted lines like that (oil paintings) but usually many more boats. In Juneau there were lots of fish boats, rigging and spars to make reflections.
Thatís when I started my dock walking days. Ií wandered everywhere the floats would carry me. Still wandering around but usually in some kind of vehicle. When we came south on the steamer mom gave me the run of the ship, much to the horror of other mothers on board.

In Juneau the ďfacilitiesĒ at that time was a two hole outhouse at the end of every other finger float. I could look down the holes and see starfish and actual fish in the water. No reflections. Flushing was provided by the huge tides and tidal currents from the 23í tides.
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My mother painted lines like that (oil paintings) but usually many more boats. In Juneau there were lots of fish boats, rigging and spars to make reflections.
Thatís when I started my dock walking days. Ií wandered everywhere the floats would carry me. Still wandering around but usually in some kind of vehicle. When we came south on the steamer mom gave me the run of the ship, much to the horror of other mothers on board. B

In Juneau the ďfacilitiesĒ at that time was a two hole outhouse at the end of every other finger float. I could look down the holes and see starfish and actual fish in the water. No reflections. Flushing was provided by the huge tides and tidal currents from the 23í tides.
Glad the composition brought back some good memories, Eric.
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My mother painted lines like that (oil paintings) but usually many more boats. In Juneau there were lots of fish boats, rigging and spars to make reflections.
Thatís when I started my dock walking days. Ií wandered everywhere the floats would carry me. Still wandering around but usually in some kind of vehicle. When we came south on the steamer mom gave me the run of the ship, much to the horror of other mothers on board.

In Juneau the ďfacilitiesĒ at that time was a two hole outhouse at the end of every other finger float. I could look down the holes and see starfish and actual fish in the water. No reflections. Flushing was provided by the huge tides and tidal currents from the 23í tides.
Bet that was a fragrant place when the it was frozen over.
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