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First glance thought it was Mariah. It's possible the bow sprit was damaged and replaced.
Look...... here is the Orion bow with the bowsprit removed:



The Orion and the Mariah share the same bow....see here
http://www.yachtworld.com/core/listi...l&photo=1&url=

There is no way at all that is a Mariah, it doesn't have the planking detail molded in, it doesn't have the molded in rubstrake that runs the full length of the hull and sticks out about an inch (kinda noticeable).
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The PC31 or the Morris Leigh 30 seem to be the closest thus far but the ports don't quite match with the pictures of either that I've seen.
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Umm... he said it was 32-34' LOA....
yes - but that wouldn't be the first case of exaggeration on here... always unintentional of course

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Orions, Flickas, Mariahs, and PSC 25s all have a planking detail molded into the hull, almost like lapstrake.
Hadn't noticed that but when I look at the pictures it is indeed there.... no canoe stern either so guess it must be a Bermuda 40 then huh
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The boat in question almost looks like this one which is a Southern Cross 31..
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It could be a Ryder boat... maybe not a Southern Cross... but maybe one of the related boats made by CE Ryder from that time period.
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The Babas have that lapstrake look. Other than that though, it's Baba-ish.
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I just noticed this thread. I can tell you definitively that the boat in question is NOT a Pacific Seacraft model (the Crealock 31 does not look anything like this boat, and the earlier Mariah 31 has a much longer bowsprit.) Nor is it any kind of Morris.

I believe it is an Alajuela 33, a Ray Richards design built in California.

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John...I think you may have nailed it. Here's a pix from the only one on yacht world.
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John...I think you may have nailed it. Here's a pix from the only one on yacht world.
ok cam, im in suspense. fill us in
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