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|09-25-2009 02:58 AM|
|04Marine||The post is very late. The boat is an Ingrid 38. If you look at the forepeak hatch that is pretty unique to the Blue Water Boats version and perhaps the Orca 38 version of the ingrid. I have the Bentley version that was laid up in Tiawan and then finished in Southern California. This version has a sloped front to the cabin roof and a raised portion (about 4 inches) at the aft end of the cabin. There is an Ingrid Owners Association on Yahoo.|
|01-26-2007 09:44 AM|
Originally Posted by Bristol324DD
The Choupana is OK, but I'll take you somewhere else much better, less tourists!! The mandarin I believe closed...not sure..
If you come this way, let me know....
|01-26-2007 08:51 AM|
More on the KING YUNE HOU
If you're in Taiwan, you might want to look the owner up--his name and address are:
THOMAS A STAMPS
DASI CITY, 33556
I don't know whether this is the Dasi in Taoyuan County or the small town in Yilan County on the east side!!
Blue Water Boats Inc was located in Woodinville, Washington until bought out in 1979 by Nordic Yachts. From their history: "Blue Water Boats Inc. built a double-ended ocean ketch, of the "Ingrid" design. Its design came from the many beautiful double-ended sailboats in Norway in the nineteenth century. The designer of most of these was Colin Archer, a Norwegian with a Scottish name. The "Ingrid 38" plan was actually modernized in 1934 by William Atkin, and published in Popular Mechanics Magazine for the benefit of boat builders everywhere."
So lets here for the eagle eyes who identified her correctly as either an Archer or Atkins!!!
Giulietta, why not meet me for lunch at the A Choupana in Estoril or even better seeing the KING YUNE HOU is in Taiwan we could discuss your post over at the Estoril Mandarin in the Casino! You're buying!
|01-26-2007 02:58 AM|
Gee, Bristol, you're great!!
KING YUNE HOU is in Nan-Liou Harbour, HsinChu, Taiwan since last summer. I had visited the boat once but the boat owner wasn't there, of course. Currently, we don't have much ketch here in Taiwan. That's why I raised my question here.
P.S. sorry about the blog where I put the photo, it's in Chinese.
|01-25-2007 07:42 PM|
|tdw||Coach roof doesn't quite work for either the Atkins or the Alejuela but the similarity is very close nonetheless. Here's a link to some info on the Alejuela. http://www.js-boatcharter.dk/alajuela/haleluja.htm Of course the coachroof and cockpit combing could well have been modified. The only Bluewater Boats I could find (well google could find at least) are makers of aluminium fishing boats in the US and a mob making canal barges in the UK.|
|01-25-2007 06:01 PM|
|sailortjk1||He'll get used to it. Only been around a short while.|
|01-25-2007 05:24 PM|
|Cruisingdad||Ahh, just kidding around with you Bristol. Nothing intentional... hope you know that?|
|01-25-2007 05:22 PM|
|Bristol324DD||Gee, "happypig" asked who the maker of the boat in the picture was--the answer is Blue Water Boats, Inc. Why the ridicule?|
|01-25-2007 05:19 PM|
I think Bristol works for the CIA. Note to self: Be nice to Bristol. Be nice to Bristol. Be nice to Bristol.
Ahhh... I think I can remember.
PS Giu, you are on thin ice so watch out what you say around Bristol. You are entering US waters soon, you know. I have already alerted them.
|01-25-2007 05:16 PM|
How the heck did you do that?
Nice work Bristol.
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