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Old 05-17-2019, 09:10 PM   #6981
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Congratulations on the new clorox bottle! With all of the room you have now, you could have kept the Camano inside.
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Old 05-17-2019, 09:12 PM   #6982
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If it looks like a duck ... Well, it kinda sorta looks like a trawler but it is indeed a motor sailor. The broker calls it "vessel with provenance" which is kind of a head scratcher. There aren't a lot of pics unless you are a member of Boatshed but I was impressed with pic of the anchor lying on the deck. She won't stop your drooling over a Nordhavn 56' motor sailor but at less than one tenth the cost, she might have possibilities.

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wonder if Beneteau glanced at that while designing the ST42/44?
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Old 05-17-2019, 10:48 PM   #6983
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Speaking to "Ducks" here is a special form of one. I had not known the Diesel Ducks had a wood version. Anyway, this one falls into the "Lust" category.

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Old 05-17-2019, 10:56 PM   #6984
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Congratulations on the new clorox bottle! With all of the room you have now, you could have kept the Camano inside.
Thanks! Dude, its AMAZING how much they packed into a 35 foot hull. What a perfect platform for a liveaboard who is a NOT a dock queen.
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Old 05-17-2019, 11:44 PM   #6985
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I love that Duck. All the Ducks can be built in wood, but AFAIK, most wooden ducks have double-skin ply hulls. Lovely boat.
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Old 05-18-2019, 08:05 AM   #6986
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That is a very nice Duck. Appears well built, and I like planked wood over plywood/glass. However no way for $200k. 2013 is very young, but likely will sell for about 1/2 to 1/3 that.
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Old 05-18-2019, 09:21 AM   #6987
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No ducks about this one. I was unfamiliar with Carri-crafts until this one popped up. Seems like a decent price for a twin diesel 57' 97,000 pound boat at $60K USD. Only 60 cents a pound!
The swimming pool ladder on the starboard side seems misplaced since it doesn't reach the water level but it might be for climbing from a dock. Wonder if the Perkins run? Be sure to notice the cowbell hanging in the pilothouse.
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Old 05-18-2019, 09:27 AM   #6988
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No ducks about this one. I was unfamiliar with Carri-crafts until this one popped up. Seems like a decent price for a twin diesel 57' 97,000 pound boat at $60K USD. Only 60 cents a pound!

The swimming pool ladder on the starboard side seems misplaced since it doesn't reach the water level but it might be for climbing from a dock. Wonder if the Perkins run? Be sure to notice the cowbell hanging in the pilothouse.

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Old 05-18-2019, 12:57 PM   #6989
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Dosan,
Finally an interesting boat.
Carri Craft ... yes and this one is even odd/interesting for a Carri Craft.
Those “lips” fwd on the sides will probably make enough spray for five boats.
Looks like there’s a normal Carri under the lippy thing and they just put lippy on top.
Considering the rest the PH isn’t that bad.
Think thearch will hold up a radar antenna?
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Old 05-18-2019, 01:59 PM   #6990
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Dosan,
Finally an interesting boat.
Carri Craft ... yes and this one is even odd/interesting for a Carri Craft.
Think thearch will hold up a radar antenna?
Hmmm, no mention of a generator.
West coast boat, no mention of the air conditioning.
Judging of the water line paint, needs a serious bottom job.
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Old 05-18-2019, 02:10 PM   #6991
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No ducks about this one. I was unfamiliar with Carri-crafts until this one popped up. Seems like a decent price for a twin diesel 57' 97,000 pound boat at $60K USD. Only 60 cents a pound!

The swimming pool ladder on the starboard side seems misplaced since it doesn't reach the water level but it might be for climbing from a dock. Wonder if the Perkins run? Be sure to notice the cowbell hanging in the pilothouse.

https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/197...dard%20listing
Decade ago I looked at a couple Carrie Craft 57'ers. Was thinking of establish tour boat for SF Bay. I spoke with a couple captains for hire and was told they would not take it into SF Bay because "if" a storm suddenly arose [which sometimes happens - in SF bay] they did not feel the boat would be safe under extreme wave conditions. They likened it to a fancy house boat; I do agree. That said... if used in locations where sea conditions will not suddenly get extreme then that boat would be fun and damn comfortable too.

The one you present is well outfitted compared to the ones I reviewed. And, pricy to in comparison.
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Hmmm, no mention of a generator.
West coast boat, no mention of the air conditioning.
Judging of the water line paint, needs a serious bottom job.
A side note: When looking for my first boat, at the Miami boat show I looked at a small cat trawler. (make unknown) I was happily going through the boat, each hull was a bit narrow but well laid out. I turn to speak to my 'then' wife, her eyes were big as bucket bottoms. She was comfortable in the narrow hulls. Strike one off the list.
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Old 05-18-2019, 04:01 PM   #6993
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The one you present is well outfitted compared to the ones I reviewed. And, pricy to in comparison.
Agree, Art. Haven’t seen one so well wooded. Also, the majority of the ones I’ve seen over the years were gassers. Good platform for a live-aboard.
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Old 05-18-2019, 04:23 PM   #6994
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A side note: When looking for my first boat, at the Miami boat show I looked at a small cat trawler. (make unknown) I was happily going through the boat, each hull was a bit narrow but well laid out. I turn to speak to my 'then' wife, her eyes were big as bucket bottoms. She was comfortable in the narrow hulls. Strike one off the list.
Correction, NOT comfortable in the narrow hulls. Strike one boat off the list.
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Some southern California boaters may remember this classic. It was the sole transportation for the Vail and Vickers ranch on Santa Rosa Island for fifty years. It is presently rotting away in the Sacramento Delta.
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Thought of you guys when I came across this one. Unique and with history and a story behind her.

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Some southern California boaters may remember this classic. It was the sole transportation for the Vail and Vickers ranch on Santa Rosa Island for fifty years. It is presently rotting away in the Sacramento Delta.


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Old 05-18-2019, 11:51 PM   #6998
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Some southern California boaters may remember this classic. It was the sole transportation for the Vail and Vickers ranch on Santa Rosa Island for fifty years. It is presently rotting away in the Sacramento Delta.

I wondered where she ended up.. that tub hauled a LOT of cattle off the island through the years. It disappeared after the Nature Conservancy took over the island. It was a bad day in Santa Barbara when the boat was up wind of the marina.. decades of cow crap and piss must of pretty saturated the decks as the smell was hideous. Always felt sorry for the skipper.. probably as fun as running a septic pump truck.


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Old 05-18-2019, 11:55 PM   #6999
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Thought of you guys when I came across this one. Unique and with history and a story behind her.

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Many years ago I went on a dive charter out of Uclulet on a Waverly exactly like that one. Possibly the same boat, but it was privately owned and not too long after that one was built. Wow! Did it ever roll in those rollers in Barkley Sound.
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Some southern California boaters may remember this classic. It was the sole transportation for the Vail and Vickers ranch on Santa Rosa Island for fifty years. It is presently rotting away in the Sacramento Delta.
SIGH

A boat remembering all the good days. Now it has a broken heart, wondering what it did wrong.
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