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Hello,
I found out some information about price on a dealer website from St Petersburg. His name is bill browing yacht sail. Hehas a lot of docs on his website, especially originaly prices.
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some quotes, in 1970's dollars
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Hi Guys,
I just wanted to let everyone know about a little money saving tip I recently took advantage of. Antique Boat Registration. My FL state registration Was nearly $200 per year, I downloaded and printed out a simple form off the internet, filled it out and took it in to the registration office. I told the girl there that I wanted to register my boat as an antique, she pushed some buttons on her computer and said, "Your registration will now be $6.25 per year sir" Thats a good amount of savings for 2 hours of my time! To register as an antique in FL, your boat must be;

1. Powered by the original type power plant.
2. Not be used for commercial purposes.
3. At least 30 years old.

It really is that simple! And, if you don't tell your wife about the savings; you will have another $190 dollars (actual amount may vary) to spend on your beloved boat! If you have questions, shoot me a message and I will try to help.

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cover finally off

wow, what a horrible cold wet spring in wisconsin. the cover is finally off and let the work continue.

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I just bought a Starratt 45 that needs a ton of work. It is a yawl with cruising cockpit. I plan to refurbish over the next several years. I have enjoyed reading your posts and look forward to tapping into you guys for support and advice.
Can someone with the cruising cockpit post some interior pictures? Mine will need to be gutted and I am looking for ideas, especially would like to put in a full stand up shower which I know will be tight.
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Beautiful boats! I too love the lines of these. Look forward to more progress updates.

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summer updates

OK, as you can see its finally painted. Mast stepped last week. new standing rigging with Hi-mods and custom 316 stainless hex bar turnbuckles. New digital Radar, new Lofrans windlass, new Harken roller cutter/staysail setup, new running rigging. In the second pic you can see my added secondary winches and cheekblock mounts added to the cockpit. Moved the boat this morning from the gravel to a different spot on the pavement. working on wiring the windlass, wiring the mast base. next on the list are stanchions and rails, load anchor locker with chain, load rocna anchor, final sanding on the deck. and a host of small interior projects to tidy up in fall. Launch date spring 2012.
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early splash

in the water early to move it down river to another marina. the morning dew shot of the deck.
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I am looking at one of these boats and would like to know if the mast is deck stepped from the factory also how can I tell if it is a factory finished boat or home built.Thanks for the help.
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