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Old 02-26-2013, 04:29 PM   #21
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Vinny, I'm assuming you're suggesting a North Sea Pilot house look?
AKA Nordhavn 40 or Selene 38. You remember the four days worth of posts about the effectiveness of the Bridge windows sloping aft from top to bottom or aft from bottom to top as opposed to vertical.

Just poking the bear.
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But you would have thought they would have gotten the windows sloping the right way.
Obviously you guys aren't familiar with the PT 43' 1-2-B, often called the "Wannabee".
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or this?

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Old 02-26-2013, 05:26 PM   #24
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Vinny, I'm assuming you're suggesting a North Sea Pilot house look?
Thanks for the compliments on Moonstruck, Walt. However the North Sea pilot house look would disqualify Sabres.
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Thanks for the compliments on Moonstruck, Walt. However the North Sea pilot house look would disqualify Sabres.
The Sabre needs a raked windscreen as she's fast enough to benefit from it. I think it's the slow boats that need a North Sea PH. (Whew..)
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or this?

The scale on this boat looks even better than the North Pacific. What is it?
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Thanks for the compliments on Moonstruck, Walt. However the North Sea pilot house look would disqualify Sabres.
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The scale on this boat looks even better than the North Pacific. What is it?
Helmsman 38 pilothouse.
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Sabre 42 North Sea Express
Now, how did I know that would be coming?
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The scale on this boat looks even better than the North Pacific. What is it?
Wadosan is right. It's a Helmsman 38 PH, like Windmist's. Great looking boat, very nice layout.
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I was aboard a Helmsman 38 at the Miami Show. Nice access at the stern with stern door and ample swim platform, decent salon with a port side stairway down to a stoop= through engine room door. Here's a shot of the ER from the door. You can also see a hatch and ladder going up to the pilothouse sole. Decent arrangement, neat, lots of shrouding though.
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Here's a shot of the ER from the door.
Very nice! What kind of cruise speed does this boat attain?
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Ron might step in here, but I think it's a 7-8 kt cruise speed.

knock...knock...knock...Hey Windmist...anybody home?
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I was raised in Fraserburgh on the North Sea, never saw any angled windshields. Thats me in the school uniform.
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...I think I would go in the direction that Moonstruck has gone. That 42 Sabre of his gets you there in a short weather window, is very comfortable and looks fantastic!
(Not to mention that it's the right length.)
If you're moving in that direction, why not go all the way?

http://www.grandbanks.com/yachts/eastbay/46sx/index.cfm

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If you're moving in that direction, why not go all the way?

http://www.grandbanks.com/yachts/eastbay/46sx/index.cfm

If I was cruising in Moonstruck's neck of the woods, (or here, in San Diego) I'd have either the EastBay or a Sabre. (Speed!) I love my little 32 Halvo but it's too slow!

However, If I were to find myself in the GNW, I would have a 42-47 GB Europa. (15 knot cruise, side by side births in the guest stateroom, full walk around, great salon and galley, molded steps to the fly bridge, entrance to the ER under the fly bridge steps, covered cockpit, etc. Both my wife and I really like the GB Europas. I like the Flemings also but I can find a great used GB for less money!
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Walt, Instead of "SEAHORSE lll" you can call it "MOONSTRUCK TOO" or how about "STARSTRUCK"?
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