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Old 06-22-2021, 06:41 PM   #10361
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I wish I wasn't so afraid of wooden boats, and that they weren't so difficult to insure. I've watched this one be restored in our marina, two docks from me.

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Old 06-22-2021, 06:52 PM   #10362
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Hull material: Other????
No need to specify; it shouts: "Woodie!".
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Old 06-22-2021, 07:30 PM   #10363
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When my wife ask Cant we get a boat? My parameters were a good boat 40-60ft. Not a yacht, able to go to sea. Ill know it when I see it. This one found me. Wood? I called the best guy I knew. It could have been, glass, wood, steel, aluminum etc. I wanted a good boat, not a wood boat😎 58 William Garden 120,000 displacement. I just discovered its planked with true 2 x 6 clear fir on the inside at the water line, Ive 2x3 steam bent oak frames. 2 vg fir planks outside, and a skirt of Iron wood for ice and logs😎 guess Im just happy I was open to what ever found me.Click image for larger version

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https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/198...SACEgJNF_D_BwE

Maybe this has been here before, but just popped up again in an ad and sidelined any productivity so I could scheme a way to chuck everything, buy this beauty and cruise the Med for awhile
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Right here!
That one checks a lot of boxes...
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Old 06-22-2021, 10:55 PM   #10367
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Maybe this has been here before, but just popped up again in an ad and sidelined any productivity so I could scheme a way to chuck everything, buy this beauty and cruise the Med for awhile
That IS a nice one. A Seapiper $300K plastic, 80 hp, single v-berth, 35 foot. The 85 foot steel, 900 hp, 60kw gen, 5 cabin and saloon, $600K. Hmmmm.
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That IS a nice one. A Seapiper $300K plastic, 80 hp, single v-berth, 35 foot. The 85 foot steel, 900 hp, 60kw gen, 5 cabin and saloon, $600K. Hmmmm.
I suspect you might find a slight difference in running costs between the two

900hp seems like way to much engine for that boat, no? I'd not heard of Baudouin before.
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Mr. s. Only time I've heard of Baudouin diesel was on an inter-island ferry boat in the Seychelles. The Captain said it had a lot of hours and was very reliable.

Perhaps one of our European members can comment on how common this make is across the pond. Baudouin sounds French, to me.
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I suspect you might find a slight difference in running costs between the two

900hp seems like way to much engine for that boat, no? I'd not heard of Baudouin before.
Did you not notice the sails?? And self furling as any proper yacht should be!
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Bedouin are some serious commercial engines. Ive seen them in tugs. French and now bought out by Weichai of China, another heavyweight engine builder. Very very expensive to purchase. I agree that this one sounds overpowered at 900hp. Probably only needs 1/3 that.
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Old 06-23-2021, 08:26 AM   #10372
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This is a very cool boat, and this listing company seems to have the corner on cool boats in the UK


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Not a boat [too much draft] for ICW.

4th and 7th photos from end: Gotta luv that anchor... good yard art!
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Old 06-23-2021, 08:43 AM   #10373
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Mr. s. Only time I've heard of Baudouin diesel was on an inter-island ferry boat in the Seychelles. The Captain said it had a lot of hours and was very reliable.

Perhaps one of our European members can comment on how common this make is across the pond. Baudouin sounds French, to me.
Bingo, French engine, bought by Chinese a few years back. Why would anyone spec a french engine in a US built boat? Also note that the Caterpillar engine can be used as alternate propulsion engine... Interesting mix.

Also, US built vessel with a Passerelle, that's an oddity.
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I wish I wasn't so afraid of wooden boats, and that they weren't so difficult to insure. I've watched this one be restored in our marina, two docks from me.

https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/196...uiser-3751209/
I simply love the old Matthews and Stephens wood boats. Did lots of work on them in LI boat yards during 1960's. Thanks for providing link to that most beautiful 45' Matthews sedan, raised deck cruiser/fisher!
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Not a boat [too much draft] for ICW.

4th and 7th photos from end: Gotta luv that anchor... good yard art!
Boating is suppose to be fun. With that boat, IMO, too much to do even while underway. I think it would take 2 to run it safely. 3 to enjoy the experience.
Per the AICW, draft about 18 inches too much. Then there is air draft..... having to clear bridges....
Just not the boat for me.
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Have put her up before and will do again as every time I see her she screams adventure.

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Looked at photos; didn't read text. Roomy adventure craft. Seems sturdy crew of a few or more needed. Wow... could get lost in her ER. Don't understand anchor against hull [this photo] - yet what appears chain nearly straight down and taught with no slack??
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Looked at photos; didn't read text. Roomy adventure craft. Seems sturdy crew of a few or more needed. Wow... could get lost in her ER. Don't understand anchor against hull [this photo] - yet what appears chain nearly straight down and taught with no slack??
Anchor on both sides. Third picture shows both.
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Don't understand anchor against hull [this photo] - yet what appears chain nearly straight down and taught with no slack??
No wind. Heavy boat. Heavy chain.
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