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Are you in Houston? I am pretty sure I looked at that boat before I bought mine last spring.

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Yes, I bought her back in May of this year.
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TxLnghrn,

I do not have enough posts (10) yet to reply to your private message so here goes.

I am liveaboard here at the Kemah Boardwalk Marina.

If I'm not mistaken, you bought your Pearson from Houston Yachts. Is this true?

Right after sealing the deal on my O'day, I saw a super clean Pearson 312 come up for sale listed with them. I regretted not having the chance to look at her.

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US27inKS The results show the level of prep that went into the refinish. Nice job.

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Prepping the bottom.


Prepping the deck for paint.

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Damn that's a big workshop. Pretty boat for a leadmine.

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Here is my baby at the survey.



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OK, Here's my ...two boats.

The lovely Alberg 37 I've owned since 2000 with a fresh bottom and the newly aquired Alden Caravelle with a not so fresh bottom.


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Murmel in St. Maarten before she became Imagine. So far the only thing changed was the sail canvas. From red, and cream to gray.....i2f
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Pics of my project - 1984 Beneteau First24 on the hard. I haven't sailed it yet, but I'm going to have it in the water this spring. I've got the interior and miscelaneous wood parts in my shop that are being refinished.

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Great looking boat and trailer. Trailer would look great with my boat.lol

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