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Picture of Your Boat on the Hard

I really enjoyed Giuliettas thread showing everyone's boats under sail.

It might not be quite as glamorous - but I love to see what a boat looks like out of the water too. Please include the type, year and maybe location of your boat, if it's not obvious.

Here's our '78 Pacific Seacraft Mariah - on the hard at Granville Island in Vancouver.

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Northstar 1000 heading for the hard at Toronto Island Marina.


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Oh Joy is a 1961 Knutson 35 yawl. She was coming out for refit here. I have no pics but I have two vids. The first is the haulout and the second is a quick tour around the boat afterwards. Yes, I know what that plate is for now.




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