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SJ2R...many "orphan brands" have owners groups and/or e-mail lists.

1. Google "O'day Owners" "Irwin Owners" etc. to find those sites.
2. Go into the boat e-mail lists HERE under Resources/Mail lists and search for your boat.
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I actually second the idea... the orphan deal at least... its one thing to be the biggest sail owner resource owner on the net and the other to to just shunt the less prominent designs... go all in...
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Ive googled and searched links ,ship builders ...one of the links led me here and that person never recived any replies .. since found a few more links and learned more and got dead ended again.
79 Roughwater / Aries / Southern Cross ..Gilmer design.
Chased ship builders names , city names ect ... But..
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Danny...there is a southern cross e-mail list.
They also have a link to an article on gilmer
http://www.alliedseawindii.org/gillmer/Gillmer.html
http://list.sailnet.net/read/?forum=southerncross

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Thanks Cam !
I just found a group in Washington also !
Never thought to check Allied .
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This might have been stated but "Good old boat" has lists of contacts for many now non-existant builders and models.
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Very Nice And Informative, All Links Are Working Perfectly.
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Great work, but I think you need a footnote if you are listing ship builders as opposed to brands.

Alieron/Alieron Express
J Boats
(as well as Freedom plus some Aldens and Jeanneau)

All built under contract by Tillotson-Pearson, TPI, Tillotson Composites or now Pearson Composites as they have been known.
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Hi there, just found this forum, yes new, first post and potent thread, thanks T37Chef
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does anyone here know if a list exists of Turkish boat Builders

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I don't see the folks that make the West Wight Potters or Sanibel. Where is that company or did it go the way of the Dodo?
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