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Anybody else have one? I have 1965 hull#8.
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Anybody else have one? I have 1965 hull#8.
I assume that you mean the S&S designed Grampian Classic 37. These boats began life as the Walton 37. Henry Walton was an Annapolis based yacht importer who would commission designs and had them built all over the world.Walton had Grampian build a number of designs that were sold as Waltons. The Classic 37 was one of those.


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Yup, that's the one. I know about the Walton angle although mine only has S&S and Grampian mentioned. I keep mine in Vancouver and have only found one other, in California. See many 37s on the East coast?
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I believe there are at least 2 here near Annapolis. One lived on the Severn River and I'd see it from time to time. The other was down on the West River. Beautiful boats.


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