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Old 10-28-2010
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Check out this restored and customized Ryder Sea Sprite 30...she's a beaut!
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They had me right up until they unveiled the handpainted toilet seat and stained glass hatchboards- tacky.
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They had me right up until they unveiled the handpainted toilet seat and stained glass hatchboards- tacky.
I agree! That's not salty!
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Wow, that's a beautiful boat. Any idea what those neat interior lights are? I bet they'd look great on my boat (or probably any boat). Also, I like the stained glass sliders in the galley and companionway hatch, but I agree that the toilet seat is a bit much. Perhaps instead of getting one of those privacy films for my head porthole I'll do some stained glass (to put behind the plastic, not in place of it, of course).
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Yet another boat with so much brightwork as to be impractical for outdore use
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Wow. Double wow. I'd never want to take it out of that shed.
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Wow. Double wow. I'd never want to take it out of that shed.
Ditto!

Some labors of love can just get to down right unusable to be practical.
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I bet that it cost a lot less back in 1984. But it has an incredible interior for a 30ft boat, that's for sure
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Wow, what a boat. Fantastic interior.
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