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Re: MC 39 Sloop - feedback

Wow, that is a beautiful fireplace Ya it is a really unique boat. Lots and lots of wood inside....Do you know about my nook-conversion question? We're trying to figure that one out. Cheers!!
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Re: MC 39 Sloop - feedback

I'm afraid I can't answer that one.

Van Markos did some writing for Good Old Boat magazine a couple of years back - they may be able to help you contact him.
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Re: MC 39 Sloop - feedback

Hey Guys.
That is the same wood hearter I have in my boat..although mine is still the stock black I think it came out as and all brass front.
Sailprincess I tryed the email could'nt get to work???
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That is the same wood hearter I have in my boat..although mine is still the stock black I think it came out as and all brass front.
Sailprincess I tryed the email could'nt get to work???
You need 10 or 15 posts to access everything. The fireplace came in several colours - red, black, green & blue that I know of.

I also found that most of the "shiny" is actually bronze, not brass. The eagle handle and trim on the ash drawer is brass, the hood and surround, feet etc. are bronze.

I may have tracked down a black one at a consignment shop - we're going on Tuesday.
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Re: MC 39 Sloop - feedback

There was a MC39 i was on at the Vancouver Rowing Club...very nice boat owner finished,wish I could remember the name of it..
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I'm looking at a MC39. Any particular things to be on the lookout for, apart from general fiberglass boats of that age?

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Re: MC 39 Sloop - feedback

First, you need to know if Markos finished it or if he sold it as a hull & deck. If the former, I've never heard of any sort of intrinsic problems with them - he was a very good builder and it was his "name" boat. As I noted elsewhere, he did some of, if not THE best work locally at the time and we've had some very good builders around here.

If the latter, as with all home builts, you have to take it case by case. I've seen some that were the equal of anything afloat and others that only a mother could love.

Which one are you looking at? If it's the cheap one in Seattle, I'm virtually certain that was owner completed - the details are unlike Markos' work. It looks pretty well done though. The expensive one with a windshield in Delta is almost certainly his work. Keep in mind I'm only going by the pics.
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I didn't know about the one in Delta. I'll try to find that listing.

I've started communication regarding the one in Seattle.

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Re: MC 39 Sloop - owner experience

Hey Woody,
Did you look at and/or buy the boat from Seattle. I sent a few emails but the party never responded. Then again it was listed on Craigslist. If you their contact information and you are no longer pursuing the boat, could you pass me the contact info. Thanks man. Dave


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I'm looking at a MC39. Any particular things to be on the lookout for, apart from general fiberglass boats of that age?

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