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Old 11-30-2018, 05:51 AM   #6361
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One would believe this a nice rendition of what an trawler be defined. Obviously a transformed working trawler. Enjoy the video of a seaworthy boat. I do not depict any stabilizer gear just a raw full displacement hull doing what should be done while doing it. Watch particularly as it is passing the incoming cargo ship. Wake action!
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Those nice curves remind me of Menorquin..
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Old 11-30-2018, 06:14 AM   #6362
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Hand me the bucket, quick!
It doesn't look like it has a dry stack.
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Old 11-30-2018, 09:16 AM   #6363
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Wow some rolly seas. Beautiful varnished wood hull, but I guess you Florida boys won't be doing that to your boats! I bet the owner is glad he's not in a little plastic recreational "yacht."

So he obviously loves his Caterpillar, and I notice those rolling chocks are pretty much useless. I've always read they are about 8-9% effective at reducing roll.

" I've always read " and what an experienced position to made such a statement.
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Old 11-30-2018, 09:43 AM   #6364
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...and I notice those rolling chocks are pretty much useless...
Compared to the size of rolling chocks I've seen here in BC I'd call those lower rub rails, not rolling chocks. My estimation is the rolling chocks here typically stand out from the hull 3 or 4 times further than the ones on this vessel.
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Old 12-01-2018, 01:54 AM   #6365
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Compared to the size of rolling chocks I've seen here in BC I'd call those lower rub rails, not rolling chocks. My estimation is the rolling chocks here typically stand out from the hull 3 or 4 times further than the ones on this vessel.
Hi Murray, Agree- Could have been the resistance rails for long line retriving to protect the hull from line cutting. Now that you have had a view of this rig, hang on to for this ride:




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Old 12-01-2018, 03:36 AM   #6366
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Hi Murray, Agree- Could have been the resistance rails for long line retriving to protect the hull from line cutting. Now that you have had a view of this rig, hang on to for this ride:



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Cool ride Ketchican...

this is Norway when sea is high...

https://youtu.be/3Rjh8pLeoUg


and short video bit Baltic sea, no ocean only costal areas... https://youtu.be/IUxxJC2kGvM

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Cool ride Ketchican...

this is Norway when sea is high...

https://youtu.be/3Rjh8pLeoUg


and short video bit Baltic sea, no ocean only costal areas... https://youtu.be/IUxxJC2kGvM

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After watching all those videos of what massive waves can do to boats, I had difficulty walking across the saloon to get a fresh cup of coffee. LOL
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I hear ya' brother. I could only watch one vid'. There wasn't a "bucket" close by. UGH!!!
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Old 12-01-2018, 07:42 AM   #6369
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I hear ya' brother. I could only watch one vid'. There wasn't a "bucket" close by. UGH!!!
Where is the captain's seat harness? I hope there were PFD and helmets.
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Cool ride Ketchican...

this is Norway when sea is high...

https://youtu.be/3Rjh8pLeoUg


and short video bit Baltic sea, no ocean only costal areas... https://youtu.be/IUxxJC2kGvM

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At the 2:06 mark you can see an absolute monster heaping up against the horizon and coming their way
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Yes. Was looking at that and trying to imagine my boat surfing down those waves and not broaching. Not sure my rudder and steering gear could hold up to that.
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Sigh...https://www.ecys.com/boat/1967/camme...-trawler/1451/
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Not again..........?

I wish they’d just sell it, I’m getting tired of it showing up here every few weeks.
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Not again..........?
oops...have I posted that one before?
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I don't mind looking at it every now and then. An absolute beauty.
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NIIIIICE boat.
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Not again..........?

I wish theyíd just sell it, Iím getting tired of it showing up here every few weeks.
Offer them $300K or $350K, it just might be your boat.
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Interesting boats

Cool boat, but 1967 steel hull for $400k plus? I donít get it. Even at $300k Iím not sure it get it. But Iím scared of steel hulls like some are of ďcomposting toiletsĒ, so.....

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Cool boat, but 1967 steel hull for $400k plus? I donít get it. Even $300k Iím not sure it get it. But Iím scared of steel hulls like some are of composting toilets, so.....

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Corten (core ten?) steel apparently lasts longer.
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