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She's a pretty boat. I especially like the deep cockpit and the vertical strip wood paneling in the interior. Very cozy and shipy.

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Ile - dude, very nice!!!

Is that an IOR racer? It's got some sweet tumble-home.
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St Anna I now own "blue print and am quiet happy with her.
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Clicked on this thread to check out someone's new boat and it's mine!

Ah well since it's resurrected I might as well provide an update. The engine turned out to be beyond repair so a new engine has been installed, along with new fuel tank, new prop shaft, new seacocks, etc, etc. Ie typical things you would expect on a 28 year old boat. Nice thing is I've been doing more sailing than maintence lately, which makes a nice change.

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Ile - dude, very nice!!!

Is that an IOR racer? It's got some sweet tumble-home.
I believe the design was based on an early 1970's 3/4 Ton Cup racing design, which Holman & Pye, a British design house, modified into a Racer / Cruiser. So I am not sure if it should bve called an IOR racer as I have not been able to work out what changes Holman & Pye made to the 3/4 cup design, or whether a 3/4 cup design was part of the IOR rule. If anyone definitely knows I would be interested as well.

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Nice boat, did I see some "tumblehome"?
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Ah well since it's resurrected I might as well provide an update. The engine turned out to be beyond repair so a new engine has been installed, along with new fuel tank, new prop shaft, new seacocks, etc, etc. Ie typical things you would expect on a 28 year old boat. Nice thing is I've been doing more sailing than maintence lately, which makes a nice change.
Just curious, I: What was wrong with the engine? I thought Yanmars were pretty indestructible. What did you replace it with??

Seacocks I can understand, but a new fuel tank and propshaft? There's a story there..

It certainly sounds like you've spend some big$$ on her since buying her not all that long ago and I'm glad you're getting her out. Nice weather over west I hope??
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