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markpierce

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Vessel Name
Carquinez Coot
Vessel Make
penultimate Seahorse Marine Coot hull #6
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Old Stone wrote:
Hi Mark - If you insist............
*Why not?* I think the "stern"*is an important aspect of the feminine anatomy.

By the way.* "Coot" is the name of the boat's model, as well as a local water bird in the San Francisco Bay and Delta.* "Carquinez" (Kar-keen-ez, named after a local*native Indian band)*is the name of the strait between San Pablo and Suisun (Soo-soon) bays which will be the most frequent waters she will travel.


-- Edited by markpierce on Wednesday 25th of May 2011 11:12:21 PM
 
Something strange happened.* This post was unintentional.

-- Edited by markpierce on Wednesday 25th of May 2011 11:10:55 PM
 
We are FINALLY getting the new name on the boat today so I am gonna hold off on stern pictures until that is done! I've had the boat back now from getting painted for what, 8 weeks? You wouldn't think it would be so hard to get a name on a boat. :)
 
I'm not sure I know you well enough, but ok....

*
 

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here it is
 

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Willy's stern.
 

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Old Stone wrote:
...*Another subject, but have wanted to ask you since your first pix of the stern. When the swim platforms are raised, will they interfere with the lettering? You must be excited with her so close to home!
*Not from a water-level view, but the lettering would seem to be largely visible if looking from a viewpoint several feet higher.
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The Eagle stern is round so the waves pass under.***I remodeled the stern deck to include*a counter, double sink, refrigerator, freezer and a fold out table that can seat 4.*
 

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Phil Fill wrote:


The Eagle stern is round so the waves pass under.***I remodeled the stern deck to include*a counter, double sink, refrigerator, freezer and a fold out table that can seat 4.*

Phil,
Nice job!
 
But what really knocked me out was those cheap sunglasses.

*

download.spark




-- Edited by jleonard on Thursday 26th of May 2011 10:59:38 AM


-- Edited by jleonard on Thursday 26th of May 2011 10:59:59 AM
 
PG II


-- Edited by Pineapple Girl on Thursday 26th of May 2011 11:36:21 AM
 
Here are her tailfeathers.


-- Edited by FlyWright on Saturday 4th of June 2011 10:19:08 AM
 

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Front bow, back stern.

Now I get it.
 

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Volunteer had a JLO stern.... kind of wide and built to perform!

( I don't know what you were thinking but what I meant was she would hold a lot of weight and had a easy motion running downwind )

HOLLYWOOD
 

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Lot of wood on* "Adagio's"* stern.*** JohnP
 

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ChristyLee on the hard in 2010.

After the March 11th tsunami, her stern doesn't look quite as good now.
 

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I know - it's not really a picture of a new moon, but it's hard to make a picture of one that's officially "new".

*


-- Edited by RCook on Friday 27th of May 2011 09:30:51 AM
 

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The stately stern coved up by the Livingston Dinghy.*
 

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She's*still a*bit young yet but, oh well !
 

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Now this one is a bit older but still beautifull
 

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With and without the tender


-- Edited by shipshape on Sunday 29th of May 2011 04:13:01 AM
 

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My dirty bum and clean bum.
 

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With and without the dinghy. Since I can't get the photos to load I will have to post the links. Chuck

Without Dinghy

With Dinghy



-- Edited by Capn Chuck on Sunday 29th of May 2011 12:00:14 PM


-- Edited by Capn Chuck on Sunday 29th of May 2011 12:02:52 PM
 
Max,
Long time no see.
How's that big sucker going. Have you done any more work on her. If so, come on, keep us informed.
They are one hell of a hull with so much potential.
 
Is this right?
 

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Well yes and no,That is a stern on the bow
 
Hard act to follow.... but here is more of a cockpit shot but you can see the overall shape.
 

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Old blue bottom in all her glory
 

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