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Can you ID this boat?

I'm hoping someone can provide a positive ID on this boat - make, model, and year.

The two guesses at the moment are either (1) Cape Dory 27 or (2) Allied Greenwich 24. I'm not convinced that this boat is either of those. Can anyone confirm or provide an alternate ID?

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Re: Can you ID this boat?

I'm guessing neither...but I can't offer anything more.
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Re: Can you ID this boat?

Looks like an old Rawson. What is the LOA?

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Re: Can you ID this boat?

The owner claims the boat is 27' LOA. I am unable to confirm this.
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Re: Can you ID this boat?

Well scaffolding is 8 ft long... so no it isn't a 27 ft. It is not a Greenwich... they don't have windows like that. I don't think Cape Dory did either unless a very early one.

The stern looks very Alberg to me... Maybe a 22?

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Re: Can you ID this boat?

That keel sure looks like one of carl alberg's designs, but the ports aren't right for an Alberg 22.

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Re: Can you ID this boat?

Cape Dory 22? It's definitely smaller than 25' I'd say.

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Re: Can you ID this boat?

The owner is likely including the bowsprit in the length. Is this a new project?
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Re: Can you ID this boat?

Greenwich 24 had outboard in stern outboard well under lazarette hatch.
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