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Old 01-31-2019, 01:13 AM   #6521
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It is very well maintained especially the ER and the interior woodwork. Do you think the price is hoppen for discussion?

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Called "Noah", "hopenn" is its registration. Apt, though. $180K? Here`s Hopenn.
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Old 02-01-2019, 08:29 PM   #6522
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This is a nice looking boat:

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Old 02-02-2019, 10:09 PM   #6523
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While the interior looks well put together, I'll say the profile must be an acquired taste. In other words, it doesn't do much for me.
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Old 02-03-2019, 12:58 AM   #6524
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Roomy inland cruiser...
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Old 02-03-2019, 11:36 AM   #6525
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72' pilothouse motorsailer with 3000 mile range under power:

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Designed and built in Port Pegasus, Stewart Island in 1936 by whaling captain Korinius Larsen as an auxiliary schooner to transport the owner’s family from Stewart Island to Bluff Harbour crossing Foveaux Strait, she was not long launched when World War II started and the NZ Government commissioned her as a camouflaged spy ship cruising the stormy Southern Ocean and later the Pacific from Solomons, Tarawa, to Fiji and Cook Islands.

Here after the war and a massive NZ Navy dockyard refit she was re commissioned as the Vice Regal yacht for New Zealand in the Pacific. For a time she was then the Royal yacht for Queen Salote of Tonga. Her brass, red carpet and mahogany was removed in the early 60s as she became the flagship for Otakau Fisheries, for whom she dredged for Oysters and lobster for 30 years until the Bonemia parasite shut that industry down.

Bought by her current owner, a 3 year refit followed - with reconversion into a ketch rigged expedition and charter vessel. Her maiden voyage was the Grade 3 oceanic search of the Sub Antarctic in 1999 for lost yachtsman and well known birdwatcher Gerry Clark and his famous yacht TOTORORE. In 2010, after a new rig and hull refit she completed a 10,000 mile voyage throughout the Pacific as support vessel for a fleet of 5 traditional Waka. Her present owner has completed several voyages from the Sub Antarctic to the Pacific completing an estimated 60,000 miles. Her standard of maintenance has always exceeded any survey requirements and she currently holds Category 1 Offshore Certificate.

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The keel is a massive hardwood beam with classic Norwegian planking system utilizing exterior carvel long lasting NZ Kauri planks of 2 ½ inch copper fastened to grown handpicked Totara frames 9 x 9 inch at 12 inch intervals with an interior ceiling planking of 1 ½ inch Kauri, locking the structure and giving immense strength, making total hull thickness nearly 13 inches. The hull is copper (Muntz metal) sheathed.
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Old 02-03-2019, 09:43 PM   #6526
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Boat is listed as a 2013. Keel was laid in 1987 with several stops and starts along the way. No engine room pics and a lousy 2nd cabin for a boat of that size.

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Old 02-03-2019, 10:56 PM   #6527
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Roomy inland cruiser...
Yeah, those Tolly’s are very pragmatic boats.
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Old 02-03-2019, 10:59 PM   #6528
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72' pilothouse motorsailer with 3000 mile range under power:
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Beautiful boat with fascinating history.
I note reference to being the official launch for Queen Salote of Tonga. There is a story of Queen Salote, accompanied by a young pageboy, riding in an open carriage at the investiture of Queen Elizabeth. One of two commentators reviewing the procession asks "Who is that with Queen Salote?"; the other, possibly Noel Coward, replies "I think it`s her lunch".
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Old 02-03-2019, 10:59 PM   #6529
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Boat is listed as a 2013. Keel was laid in 1987 with several stops and starts along the way. No engine room pics and a lousy 2nd cabin for a boat of that size.

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Good point about the lack of ER images. Those forward berths will only accommodate short term guests
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Old 02-03-2019, 11:15 PM   #6530
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As seen in South Lake Union this weekend...very nice lines Click image for larger version

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As seen in South Lake Union this weekend...very nice lines
It looks like the crew arranged an escape ladder for when it starts sinking off Cape Flattery this weekend
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Old 02-04-2019, 01:05 AM   #6532
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Beautiful boat with fascinating history.
I note reference to being the official launch for Queen Salote of Tonga. There is a story of Queen Salote, accompanied by a young pageboy, riding in an open carriage at the investiture of Queen Elizabeth. One of two commentators reviewing the procession asks "Who is that with Queen Salote?"; the other, possibly Noel Coward, replies "I think it`s her lunch".
Nice boat!
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Old 02-04-2019, 06:36 PM   #6533
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Montgomery Coaster

This was us in Buck’s Harbor, a great stop. The Montgomery Coaster is a one off, in that it was built in Crisfield,Maryland in 1990, just as the luxury tax went into effect. The builder went out of business after completing this one boat. We have lived aboard 6 months/year in Fairhaven,Ma since purchasing her in 2000. Great liveaboard, and yes, the bimini folds down to allow the mast/boom to haul a custom aluminum dinghy on top for offshore hops.
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Old 02-04-2019, 08:46 PM   #6534
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One of two commentators reviewing the procession asks "Who is that with Queen Salote?"; the other, possibly Noel Coward, replies "I think it`s her lunch".

Ah, the dry English wit....
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Old 02-04-2019, 09:48 PM   #6535
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This was us in Buck’s Harbor, a great stop. The Montgomery Coaster is a one off, in that it was built in Crisfield,Maryland in 1990, just as the luxury tax went into effect. The builder went out of business after completing this one boat. We have lived aboard 6 months/year in Fairhaven,Ma since purchasing her in 2000. Great liveaboard, and yes, the bimini folds down to allow the mast/boom to haul a custom aluminum dinghy on top for offshore hops.
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Interesting boat! I summer in Crisfield and enjoying seeing what the local builders produce. Who built your boat?

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A Mr. Montgomery (first name unknown to me). He had been building fishing trawlers and thought to get into the recreational market, albeit with unforeseen bad timing. I was posting in response to an entry in 2015. A member of the forum from Bucks Harbor in Maine posted some pictures he took of the boat which generated a few comments and questions. Because it is a bit different and one of it’s kind, we get “what is that” fairly often from trawler fans.
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Old 02-05-2019, 07:46 AM   #6537
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This was us in Buck’s Harbor, a great stop. The Montgomery Coaster is a one off, in that it was built in Crisfield,Maryland in 1990, just as the luxury tax went into effect. The builder went out of business after completing this one boat. We have lived aboard 6 months/year in Fairhaven,Ma since purchasing her in 2000. Great liveaboard, and yes, the bimini folds down to allow the mast/boom to haul a custom aluminum dinghy on top for offshore hops.
I remember seeing your boat at a boat show when new. Very impressed by workmanship and design at the time. I have since then met Dean Montgomery (several times) and we have talked about your boat .
I would be able to pick that boat out in any crowded harbor as a Montgomery coaster. I wish he got to make more of them
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We’re the third owners (since 2000) and have long thought he would sell a bunch of them today. Great setup for liveaboards with occasional guests.
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We’re the third owners (since 2000) and have long thought he would sell a bunch of them today. Great setup for liveaboards with occasional guests.
The timing was poor for Dean building the Coaster. I certainly think he had a niche that would have proved profitable...Until the Luxury tax became a reality. It took him out as it did many builders.
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I have come back to this one a few times, every time I see her my heart skips a beat and I think surely she can't go any lower yet here she is.

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Powered by legendary 6LXB Gardiner engines "Shilo" has a long distance cruising range exceeding 3,500 nautical miles at a comfortable cruising speed of 8 knots. That's the equivilent of Sysney to Auckland and return without stopping to refuel.
Having recently had over $1,5000,000 spent on an extensive refit, "Shilo" presents in absolutely immaculate condition.


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