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Old 11-28-2007
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Besides the mizzen mast is awfully large for a yawl.. Definitely a ketch...but no clue as to what kind.
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That would be a Dreadnought 32 (Tahiti Ketch). I've seen that very one listed on Yachtworld earlier this summer. Potentially I nice little bluewater boat for the right owner.

I believe someone in California bought the rights to reproduce the Tahiti Ketch in fiberglass. The Dreadnought 32 is the resulting boat.
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What boat is this

the Nimble has the canoe shape, but does not swoop up as much as this one does.


Just seeing if I can post a picture.
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Didn't know what kind of boat that was but mut be in california ... the fires are still burning in the background
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Wrong. It's Lake Texoma. CD is cooking brats in the next cove.
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That would be a Dreadnought 32 (Tahiti Ketch). I've seen that very one listed on Yachtworld earlier this summer. Potentially I nice little bluewater boat for the right owner.

I believe someone in California bought the rights to reproduce the Tahiti Ketch in fiberglass. The Dreadnought 32 is the resulting boat.
BINGO!! I saw it too on boats.com I would love to have one. At 32 feet and 20,000 lbs. I'm sure they are VERY seaworthy! You're right it was molded from the Tahiti ketch.

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Didn't know what kind of boat that was but mut be in california ... the fires are still burning in the background
Actually it's loacted in WA on the Columbia river.
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Ok. Let the game continue. Here are the pictures:



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