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Can anyone identify this boat....?

I cannot for the life of me find out what this boat is! I have looked everwhere, and unfortunately I can't catch the owner. If someone has a name or any info for this boat it would be much appreciated. I just love the look of it!
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Come on Tim, you can't tell? Well, if I have to spell it out for you........
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thats not a boat, its a nautical flagpole at my kids school
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Post a pic dude...
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I hope its a good boat, because the anticipation is driving me nuts!
Alright, I am going to take a blind guess and say its a ketch rig, Bob Perry design.
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Ok, I'm an idiot....Forgive me, I just spent 24 straight hours cruising out on the Chesapeake. Yes, a picture would help. Hahaha But, when I try to upload it it says upload failed, and I know the image and file sizes are within the limits. I will keep trying and have it up as soon as possible guys!
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Is this the boat?



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I got it! Here you go guys. Thanks for being patient


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Is it For Sale? Is it wood or fiberglass? (appears f/g))
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