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Old 09-06-2018, 01:03 PM   #5981
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The price is wildly optimistic but it has potential

https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/201...g#.W5FM0sA0k2x

Wonder why they don't mention the name of the naval architect? Could it be a Blaine Seeley design?
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Old 09-06-2018, 01:48 PM   #5982
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Remember this the end of the model year, when you make an offer.
I like it.
Alas, it may cost another $200-300K to finish it out.
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Old 09-06-2018, 02:23 PM   #5983
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DIY project.
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Old 09-06-2018, 02:32 PM   #5984
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DIY project.
Good for you. I dont have the skill nor the time left in this world to tackle that project.
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Good for you. I dont have the skill nor the time left in this world to tackle that project.
I have the time and the skill, just not the health.
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Old 09-06-2018, 03:25 PM   #5986
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Could that TUG be finished up in one Year? Is the $ 250,000 reasonable to finish her ? I have the skills to finish out all interiors surfaces, cabinetry etc...would need help wiring, electronics, mechanics...Also with the specified tankage, what kind of range would she have? Just curious...I Think...
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Old 09-06-2018, 03:39 PM   #5987
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Tank volume?
water tank volume?
water maker can wait till next year
All the have systems will be your choice, lucky you.
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Old 09-06-2018, 11:17 PM   #5988
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Really nice conversion of a 44' wood hulled troller with Gardner engine:

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Old 09-06-2018, 11:31 PM   #5989
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Thanks BruceK for pointing me to:

https://www.boatsonline.com.au/boats...r-sedan/222091

I am talking to the dealer tomorrow, after having had an hysterically funny conversation with him by email, with me trying to convince him I wasn't a scammer—because I was emailing from the UK, and not able to phone him because I do not have a local SIM. My partner and I are teaching workshops here. She does have a local SIM in her phone, so the dealer and I will chat tomorrow.

This boat is just bare bones, really, but to me good-looking bones: no autopilot, a single instrument (I am guessing that Lowrance is a sounder, but I could be wrong). It looks like a very good hull (it's only 15 years old, young for a wooden trawler).
Amazing, I only posted it for the dog pic! I should get an intro fee.
The Lowrance could be a GPS/Sounder combo.The Perkins is a great engine. Some TLC and that will be a very pretty boat, with its great lines

Having had a boat on that sales site I know about scammers, and you certainly fitted the scam profile with those features.
Good luck with it.
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Old 09-07-2018, 08:34 PM   #5990
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Remember this the end of the model year, when you make an offer.
I like it.
Alas, it may cost another $200-300K to finish it out.
At least. I happened to see this boat from a distance when I looked at another boat and then saw the listing on YW. I suspect that boat has been sitting unfinished in this shed in Scappoose OR for the better part of 10 years. A project abandoned during the 2008/9 recession? Interesting choice of engine for a newer build. I like 6-71 naturals but having it sit for that long with moist air blowing through them is an issue. Rings might be rusted to cylinder walls and break upon startup if not done very carefully. Also one off cored hulls scare me.
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Really nice conversion of a 44' wood hulled troller with Gardner engine:

https://www.pacificboatbrokers.com/u...es=true#images
How could a trawler get any more perfect!
The reverse sheerline is awsome. Hard to get it right too.
Re the thread on Northill anchors this boat has one and it’s mounted quite nicely .. unusual. Usually they look like the’re about ready to fall off.
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How could a trawler get any more perfect!.
Well, there’s this one. Photo came from the Great Loop collection. No Photoshop on my part.
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Old 09-07-2018, 10:30 PM   #5993
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Riviera 37

https://www.boatsales.com.au/boats/d...=30&pss=Length
It`s no trawler but what do people make of it? No lack of pics to help answer that. Rivs get a good build rap, esp 37s.No steel fuel tanks either. Cummins 370s instead of standard 330s,1200rpm would give displacement speeds. Lower helm is unusual, but sadly no helm door to take a line.
C`mon, rip into it.
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Old 09-08-2018, 01:30 AM   #5994
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Well, there’s this one. Photo came from the Great Loop collection. No Photoshop on my part.
There sure are some interesting and classic 'loopers' out there.
The only observation I might make is, maybe a set of tug boat style steel stairs from the upper deck going forward down to the fwd deck? That would take care of the "go fwd and take a line"
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It`s no trawler but what do people make of it? No lack of pics to help answer that. Rivs get a good build rap, esp 37s.No steel fuel tanks either. Cummins 370s instead of standard 330s,1200rpm would give displacement speeds. Lower helm is unusual, but sadly no helm door to take a line.
C`mon, rip into it.

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Very nice .
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Excellent - Thanks!
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Really nice conversion of a 44' wood hulled troller with Gardner engine:

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Very nice, however the Gardner looks like a bit cramped in that tiny space, would like it to be in a bigger ER so I can admire it and enjoy its wonderful look & style.

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Very nice, however the Gardner looks like a bit cramped in that tiny space, would like it to be in a bigger ER so I can admire it and enjoy its wonderful look & style.

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No thank you. I don't like top hats on my boat.
You may not like this one either,it`s the no FB version of the Riv 3350,about 38ft LOA. Comes with Cummins or Volvos.

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