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A Bayfield it is...32c ,beam is only 10' 6" Guess the pinched stearn and low free board make her look phat ?
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Here is how she stands now.


First haul out she is getting something different... but we can't seem to nail down exactly what it will be. This is one possibility...
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wife learned to sail in Benicia CA and I proposed to her there and this is her boat!Let's see your boat's name-img_0082.jpg
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4arch, not sure if I'm misreading your sketch but if you're planning on making the port of call letters 2" you need to bump them up to 4" per CG regs.
When I raised the issue of hale letter size compliance with people here on Mount Desert Island the response was, "Who is going to use 2" letters for their hale on the transom of a Hinckley?" They are right. I only see 2" compliance on commercial vessels here in Maine. The transom of a sailboat doesn't seem to concern the Coasties.

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Ed Rich, a/k/a the "Bean Hill Whittler' made these for me almost twenty years ago...

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Ed Rich, a/k/a the "Bean Hill Whittler' made these for me almost twenty years ago...
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The not so petite derriere of our Dehler 39. Hailing port is now Seattle, pic from when boat was still back east last year.

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The only one she's a danger to is us on this boat.

I need to find a nerd flag so that I can let my nerd flag fly.

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