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JR, nice! Blakely huh? You'll be right off my doorstep at Skyline so we can hook up sometime. Cool. This weekend is supposed to be nice with 15-25 and DRY! We'll see how I like going up the mast for this first time on Sat.
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Gee, if you think THAT'S excessive...
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I used to be on that dock. Nice boat, looks like a great passage maker. Was the the boat owned by a single woman?
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From your other post in the Hawaii to Seattle, the boat seems to have most repairs requiring items less than $200 (like through hulls and electric motors, etc). It looks like the perfect Northwest Boat for our rain; where's the windshield wipers?
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Good observation rsn48, it actually "had' two wipers. They have been removed and high quality duct tape professionally applied over the holes :-)). There is one new wiper motor assy. in one of the many totes full of new parts on board. The needed repairs are more time intensive than money expenditure (I hope) other than the furlers and sails.

Charlie- I'll be looking for you, stop in if you get to the Blakely fuel dock, we have the little cabin with the red roof straight in from the end of the float. If the flag is flying we are there.

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I'll just have to do that John.
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Re: Bought a Brewer 40 Pilothouse

John, is there an update on your progress with the Brewer 40 Pilothouse ? I noticed one is available for purchase... would you go after this boat again knowing what you know now ? I like the layout.
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