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OK, but this is too easy, mainly because I've got one. A 32ft Dreadnought built by Carpenteria Boat Works. However mine is single masted, with a cutter rig.
mmmmmmm.... Maru, you're about two boats behind!
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Hughes 31'
Oh, oh, sooooo close - it's a Hughes 35 - so we'll give it to you. Difficult to tell the difference without a tape measure.

Canadian built S&S designs ranged from 26 to 35 feet in the 70s and 80s. Solid boats with tumblehome hulls, pinched ends and skinny mains. Lots around on the West Coast, and likely more back east.

E38 - your turn. (no Ericsons, mind!)
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Hughes 35

Edit: I now see we were typing simultaneously.
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E38 is gonna need some help posting a photo given that he only has 2 total posts on the forum.
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Since I can't post a photo, I pass to John who guessed the correct length.
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Since I can't post a photo, I pass to John who guessed the correct length.
Don't you love how rational we sailors can be? If E38 owned a twin engine Bayliner, posts 36 through 43 would be a flurry of incoherence to reach his 10 post minimum.
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Hey awfergu, I think TB just called you an incoherent Bayliner-owner!!!

(For context, see post numbers 731-734 in the "Tell Me What Place This Is" thread)

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Hmm... Lord Nelson 37? Total WAG (wild ass guess)
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