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Here's SOLARE painted, polished, renamed & ready for re-splashing just after we brought her down from CT.



And here's what Craigtoo reefers to as his parking finger, I prefer to use it in deeper water



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Damn, she even looks good out of the water
Thanks. Just finished spending a day working on her on the hard. Almost as much fun as sailing her.
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Here's SOLARE painted, polished, renamed & ready for re-splashing just after we brought her down from CT.



And here's what Craigtoo reefers to as his parking finger, I prefer to use it in deeper water

Beautiful boat. One of my favourites.
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may i ask the make and length of your beatiful boat?

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may i ask the make and length of your beatiful boat?
Thanks. She's a Hinckley Bermuda 40 Mark III sloop.(tall rig).

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Our current boat,a Fast 345, hauled out at Shilshole for our pre purchase survey... complete with WA numbers and original name "Wharf Rat"... both since gone!


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before shrinkwrapping...

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This one's easy.


Weird composition of the shot, I had better ones but can't find them.
And a couple from last year, sans the hardtop:

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Still haven't got that zinc off, eh? (I thought tjk was going to check that out...do I need to incentivise him?) (g)

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