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Here are a couple of my favorites:

A Chris White Hammerhead 54 trimaran:



A Telstar 28:



A Contour 50:



A Gemini 105 Mc, with the full cockpit enclosure:





A Quorning Dragonfly 1200 Trimaran:


Edited Cam...pictures too large!

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Found a few more

O'day Mariner 19:

Pearson 26:

Mark Ellis designed Nonsuch 26:

Mark Ellis designed Niagra 35:

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I hate when people leave roller furling sails partially unfurled like with that Pearson 26. If a storm pops up...they're asking for the sail to unfurl and flog itself to pieces.

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OK, here is a fine example of an Endeavour 42:

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Hey SD.... we don't all have 36" wide screen monitors

Here are some views from aft:



left to right:

LeCompte 35, Passport 40, Mirage 33, Ericson 33, Fast/Nicholson 345, Farrier F25C

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I'll guess Princess Cove, Wallace Island. Doh! Wrong thread.

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These are Fraser 41's.

This first one is Arclyd II owned by the Mech family. It's already done some extensive cruising down the West Coast,
through the ditch, up the east coast and then trucked back home. We met them at Jones Island



This is another one that I didn't recognize as a Fraser 41 at first because the boat house windows are
different and the hull was actually split and widened at the beam. We met this boat at Bedwell Harbor.



This one is ours. We've seen about six now, all up in B.C. when we go up each summer. The curve of the bow,
the window configuration and the way the boat house disappears forward into the deck is how I spot them.
That and the fact that they're an awfully pretty boat in my very biased opinion.


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I'll guess Princess Cove, Wallace Island. Doh! Wrong thread.
Wrong thread, right guess!! Though to be technically correct, I believe it's Princess BAY, as opposed to Conover COVE....

btw - lovely boat, Ray. I remember being on Arie DeKleer's personal boat and finding it very "gezelig" (a dutch term for comfy and cozy) below.

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Ya'll got some perty boats there in Maine. "Brightwork" up here means you hired the high school class valedictorian to mow the yard
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