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09-09-2011 05:45 PM
ChuckA My boat is in the water, now I'm just downriver from Moonshine, and inside of Tigress. Just a few boats away from you. My dodger is off right now, as I'm waiting for delivery of a new one.

Here's what she looks like:

IMG_4517 by chuckanastasia, on Flickr
09-09-2011 04:13 PM
stam22 Not sure how to do this, since I just joined but I'll try.

ChuckA, I was at Stanley's today, speaking with Steve Terhune, and I noticed a boat with an awesome, and very noticeable graphic. Was that your boat on the hard?

eherlihy,
I will get that information for you.
Thanks,
George
09-09-2011 10:57 AM
eherlihy Not meaning to hijack the thread; I am not happy with my current marina for a couple of reasons. How does one "join" the Barrington Yacht club? What are the typical annual costs? Please PM me.

- back to your regularly scheduled thread...
09-09-2011 09:27 AM
ChuckA Hi George, Welcome to Sailnet. I'm a fellow member of BYC and your neighbor on the Barrington River. I put a deposit on an ODay 28 before buying my present boat but backed out when I found some delaminated tabbing and ended up with Heart of Gold, a Pearson 28 instead.
09-09-2011 06:36 AM
eelric87 Superb pictures - definitely joined the right forum! Any way hello from England :-)
09-08-2011 11:50 PM
stam22 Wow, that was fast, talk about service. Again, great pictures, definitely worth a thousand words. I have Bomar over the cabintop, but I will check out the Lewmar for the v-birth. Thanks again.
09-08-2011 01:51 PM
eherlihy Front hatch is a Lewmar 60 series, and the main cabin hatch is a Lewmar 40 series.

They looked like crap when I bought the boat.


and


They have since been reglazed, and my wallet has been lightened, by Select plastics in CT. They look great though...
09-08-2011 11:50 AM
stam22 Hello,
I was just looking at the picture of your boat and I have a quick question, I'm looking to upgrade my front hatch, which is fiberglass right now. Do you know the name and model number on your front hatch? Is it a Lewmar or Bomar? If not a model number, then measurment.
Thanks,
George
09-07-2011 11:05 PM
stam22 Hi,
Nice looking O'Day. If ever I can be of help with info on parts or service, just let me know. Over the years, I've rebuilt or replaced almost every system.
Thanks,
George
09-06-2011 02:20 PM
eherlihy Welcome!

I have an O'day 35 that I also keep in Barrington... well for now anyway.

Here is a pic;
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