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sailingdog's trimaran is a Cross 36
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LookingForCruiser's got the boat right. It's a cousin ship to the Cross trimaran I helped deliver earlier this year.

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She's not the Athena but does have a greek sounding name.

http://www.ybw.com/yw/blog/200611011...vid_glenn.html

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/e...on/6996791.stm

http://www.superyachttimes.com/yachts/details/756/

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Since I gave that one away, here's something more affordable.

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I'll refrain from posting any pics, to get this back down to one boat at a time.

Plus, by the comments here, the Cherokee I posted made everybody's eyes bleed, so my taste is apparently questionable.

ps - is that boat nobody figured out a Dufour? I spent an hour messing around on Yachtworld and their older models were the only ones that had the decks going upwards and inwards at an angle above the rub rail, with the stanchions mounted on the angled part... they didn't look particularly like it beyond that feature though
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That kind of looks like an Island Packet SP Cruiser...

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Is it an LM 30?
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Yes. Your turn E38.

The LM's are some of the cleverest designs of motor sailors I've seen. Not only is the wheel in the wheel house, so is the galley.

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I can't post a photo. I put an image at: http //i240.photobucket.com/albums/ff262/beedobeat/DSC02830.jpg if someone wants to post it for me.

It's not a very clear image, but the boat is distinct enough it might be easily identified.
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