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Old 08-17-2003
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Monterey Clipper 36'''' Pilothouse

I can find nothing about this boat on the web. The builder was "Puget Sound" and the broker said "they didn''t build many."

Has anyone heard anything about this boat?


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Monterey Clipper 36' Pilothouse

The Puget Sound Boatworks was located in Seattle Washington. They built fiberglass versions of the Monterey clippers. Most were built as commercial fishing vessels, but a few were built as pleasure boats. I can't give you a number that were built as Pilothouse sailors but I do know that only 4 were built as pleasure cabin boats. I own the only one with a full width aft cabin (verified by Admiral Dennis Vaughan - ex. C.E.O. and founder of PSBW). They are indeed fantastic boats, Bull stout, with a hull designed by Ed Monk SR.
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monterey clipper fiberglass 1977

I finally found someone that has a similar boat. Im a newbie, just got on the forum, this is my first ever boat resoration project.

I have a 1977 fiberglass replica of a monterey clipper. Was wondering if you know of any websites or any further info, would like to see a picture of the interior if you got one, thanks,

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