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Old 07-25-2013, 10:59 AM   #321
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Nice rig Woodsong.

Looks like you keep her ship shape.

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Old 07-25-2013, 11:19 AM   #322
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Willy just before leaving for Petersburg.

Ocean Breeze NL I REALLY REALLY enjoyed your photos on post #309 from the link. Nice way to view them too. Captions would be great as I wondered about many things. So beautiful there and I love many of those boats. Little things too like the red painted cleats.
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Old 07-25-2013, 01:46 PM   #323
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Old 07-25-2013, 01:57 PM   #324
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Old 07-25-2013, 04:09 PM   #325
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We found our boat on Lake St. Clair, just north of Detroit. We had the flybridge removed for shipping and it came on its own truck and trailer. Here's what she looks like after being put back together in Portland, OR.





Here's a shot of the flybridge being removed for shipping


She's all back together and headed back into the water


Here's the port side of the salon where the lower helm is


and the starboard side


and my "office"


Beachcomber is a 1995 Sea Ray Sedan Bridge with twin 580hp Cat 3406C's. She's always been a fresh water boat and always kept under cover. Not too bad for an 18 year old.
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Old 03-24-2015, 01:51 AM   #326
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Here are a couple photos of my little slow boat. We are new to this boating thing, at least new to a boat with a couple engines that are as heavy as a smart car. We are pretty excited about our first summer headed our way soon!Click image for larger version

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Old 03-24-2015, 09:23 AM   #327
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Our (new to us) 2006 OA 42 Sedan

Still working on getting our stuff aboard and fixing little things that the previous owner missed. So far we absolutely love the boat!

1) On the water
2)Salon with 42" TV
3)Sliding doors to cockpit
4)Master birth
5)Fly Bridge
6)Big view
7) Twin 440 Yanmars
8)Tunnel hull
9)Deal finally done!
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Old 03-24-2015, 05:34 PM   #328
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Still working on getting our stuff aboard and fixing little things that the previous owner missed. So far we absolutely love the boat!

1) On the water
2)Salon with 42" TV
3)Sliding doors to cockpit
4)Master birth
5)Fly Bridge
6)Big view
7) Twin 440 Yanmars
8)Tunnel hull
9)Deal finally done!
Very nice! Love OA. So tv can be viewed up or down?
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Old 03-24-2015, 08:07 PM   #329
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So tv can be viewed up or down?
Yep!
It's almost silent as it rises out of the cabinet but I know I'm going to enjoy it down, too.
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Old 03-24-2015, 09:45 PM   #330
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Looks like a great boat, Walt. But being a senior-plus citizen, I'm not too keen about the ladder.
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Old 03-24-2015, 11:40 PM   #331
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Good morning TF crew!
Just found this thread, which is quite coincidental as I have just been organizing some photos for our website. Welcome to our boat, INFINITY #1 of 2

1. Julie & Andy on the hard, feb 37th, 2015
2. on the hard, Oahu, Hawaii
3. on the hard, Oahu, Hawaii
4. on the hard, Oahu, Hawaii
5. Tenacatita, MX, Sept, 2014
6. Bedwell Bay, Vancouver, BC - flopper stoppers out
7. Bedwell Bay, Vancouver, BC - early morning coffee
8. Ko Olina Marina, Hawaii - Julie blinging things up
9. Pilot House
10. main electrical panel in passage way
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Old 03-24-2015, 11:49 PM   #332
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Welcome to our boat, INFINITY #2 of 2,,, (continued)


11. Galley - after our reno, 2013
12. Salon - after our reno, 2013
13. Salon - stbd side, at night, in Hawaii - 2014
14. Salon - port side, at night, San Diego - 2013
15. Main engine - Julie and I doing valve clearance adjustments, Oct 2014

Our M.E, is a Lugger 6125A, Komatsu block, 325 continuous HP, well over 8500 hrs so far,,, & purrs like a kitten.
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Old 03-25-2015, 05:05 AM   #333
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Wow, Infinity is absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.
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Old 03-25-2015, 06:32 AM   #334
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But being a senior-plus citizen, I'm not too keen about the ladder.
I wasn't either, Mark, until I tried it a couple of times. It's no problem for me and if I didn't use it a couple of times a day I'd get no exercise at all!

The ladder has excellent hand rails at the bottom and the top. You are never out of reach of a hand rail.
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Old 03-25-2015, 06:33 AM   #335
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Wow. Nice boat indeed! 😍

Are the panels above the engine removable to give more room? Kind of surprised with the lack of headroom in the engine room on such a big boat. Don't get me wrong, it's miles better than my dinky little engine "hole"--it just surprised me.
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Old 03-25-2015, 06:38 AM   #336
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Wow. Nice boat indeed! 😍

Are the panels above the engine removable to give more room? Kind of surprised with the lack of headroom in the engine room on such a big boat. Don't get me wrong, it's miles better than my dinky little engine "hole"--it just surprised me.

Hi,
No worries Dude, you are not alone, it's a common observation. That's one of the traditional traits with the N62, and most likely contributed to it's recent demise. The N63 has taken over. Owners wanted stand-up headroom.
It's a boat. You trade this for that. Fortunately, Julie and I can work in there pretty well, and we appreciate the solid A/B ratio for offshore passages.

The panels above the engine are indeed removeable, but we have never used this feature.
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Wow! I am so impressed with the pictures--so many beautiful boats (yachts). The interiors are absolutely stunning. Unfortunately, I've come to the conclusion that I have no business on this forum! I'm embarrased even to post a pic of my humble little trawler/dinghy in this thread.

Quoting Chief Brody, "I'm going to need a bigger boat".

Seriously, great photos!
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Wow! I am so impressed with the pictures--so many beautiful boats (yachts). The interiors are absolutely stunning. Unfortunately, I've come to the conclusion that I have no business on this forum! I'm embarrased even to post a pic of my humble little trawler/dinghy in this thread.

Quoting Chief Brody, "I'm going to need a bigger boat".

Seriously, great photos!
Nah! Show'em!
Being on the water in any way possible is the important thing to me!
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Old 03-25-2015, 01:09 PM   #340
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Wow! I am so impressed with the pictures--so many beautiful boats (yachts). The interiors are absolutely stunning. Unfortunately, I've come to the conclusion that I have no business on this forum! I'm embarrased even to post a pic of my humble little trawler/dinghy in this thread.

Quoting Chief Brody, "I'm going to need a bigger boat".

Seriously, great photos!
There is no perfect boat, just the one with the least amount of compromises for its owners.

Ours is perfect for us...*seriously*...anything bigger or more complex would be overkill for exploring north coast BC's remote nooks and crannies
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