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The photo is a couple years old - so I don't recall it since boats are hauled & launched daily. But, if you mean the red bottom sloop with dark blue hull in the upper left, it could be Geronimo - a beautiful 70 ft cutter, custom built by NEB (my marina) for use as a sail trainer and research vessel for a local private school - http://www.neboatworks.com/geronimo.htm
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Wait a second - you mean the Other red one - upper center. Again I'm not sure, but it could be Snow Lion:

http://www.neboatworks.com/snowlion.htm
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No,

In the middle of this photo, there is a red hull carbon fiber mast, white underside boat that is dry by a building. It has a torpedo keel.
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Nope, Its not snow lion, its almost 3 times bigger. Either a maxi, or an old Withbread or even a R. Pugh, maxi.

Please please, look it up, can't you call someone??? C'mon yor'e in America, there is someone you can call!!!!
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I'll share as well.
We are moving to the otherside of the Lake this year.

Our New location/inlet
http://marinas.com/view/inlet/416

Our new Marina
http://marinas.com/view/marina/2591

Looks like our photos are about 2 years old as well and taken early in spring when not as many boats are in.

I think this could be a valuable tool when cruising to foreign/strange/new locations.
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Here's a short list of their portpolio:

http://www.neboatworks.com/allsail.htm
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Its an 80 foot or more, the size of sagamore, but red and with a different keel a torpedoe keel.!!! Please please find out will you????

Its not in the web page you sent. Keep trying, call them!!!!! Please please.....
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I wish I could help you G. I see the boat your talking about.Nice!Fast!
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I wish I could help you G. I see the boat your talking about.Nice!Fast!
YES! YES ! YES! YES! !!!!

C'mon TB you got to go faster, I'm holding my breath till you find out!!!!!

Looks like a maxi or a Pugh...... hurryyyyyyyyyy
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Ok Giu, I called one of my contacts at NEB and got the info on that boat. You have a good eye - it's Titan, a 75 ft R. Pugh design privately owned - winters in the Caribbean, summers up here.

http://www.reichel-pugh.com/racing/titan.php
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