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02-27-2014 09:21 AM
TAK
Re: Pictures of your boat

Late to this ..
Mahalo / Caliber 40


02-26-2014 10:32 PM
br3nt
Re: Pictures of your boat


A stop along the way while bringing her home.
02-26-2014 09:44 AM
blt2ski
Re: Pictures of your boat

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Originally Posted by warren5421 View Post
So many good looking ladies and so many ugly old farts with them!!
Hey,
speak for yourself! I'm male AND cute!

Mr Winston

02-26-2014 04:11 AM
SailRedemption
Re: Pictures of your boat

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Originally Posted by obelisk View Post
Boatyardboy,

She's a beautiful hull and very similar to my Skye 51, also designed by Kaufman (Kaufman and Ladd). Do you have any pictures of the interior, i'd love to see what's different and what he kept the same. please send me a pm or email jwsmith81 at yahoo dot com

congrats on the project and beautiful "new" boat!
Thanks! Yea they are! The reason I found the Kaufman was because we picked up a Skye 51 at our yard last year, they have such great lines. So I looked up the Skye and found some Kaufman and kept looking. Glad to know I can beach the boat, they are built like tanks! But I hope mine looks are pretty as yours.

I'll definitely send you some pictures, I get home off the ship from working offshore next week so I'll take some and send them.

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02-26-2014 03:47 AM
obelisk
Re: Pictures of your boat

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Here some pictures of mine.. 1984 Kaufman 47. Delivered in early January and am starting the basic refit to get her sailing for summer. Attachment 20434Attachment 20442

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Boatyardboy,

She's a beautiful hull and very similar to my Skye 51, also designed by Kaufman (Kaufman and Ladd). Do you have any pictures of the interior, i'd love to see what's different and what he kept the same. please send me a pm or email jwsmith81 at yahoo dot com

congrats on the project and beautiful "new" boat!
02-26-2014 02:43 AM
obelisk
Re: Pictures of your boat

Leaving Port Vila



Changing a through hull



Anchored off Tide's Inn on Carter's Creek, Chesapeake Bay

02-25-2014 09:42 PM
Multihullgirl
Re: Pictures of your boat

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Originally Posted by travlineasy View Post
That's about the time I arrived at Boot Key Harbor. So you may have seen me there
Different AYB, I'm referring to the one in Chesapeake, VA just south the Great Bridge Locks. But, between Christmas and the New Year we did go on a ball at Boot Key, so maybe it was there.
02-25-2014 09:10 PM
socal c25
Re: Pictures of your boat

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Hey SoCalc25 , My big buddy the late great Murray had a C25 just like yours. His had the bracket on the fore stay that you attach a club boom to , that made the boat self tending.
Thats cheating unless you have a cutter rig and solo sail... I like to mess with all the lines, makes me feel like Charlie Brown trying to untangle that kite string...
P.S. I am in the same marina as Ericb760.
02-25-2014 08:39 PM
travlineasy
Re: Pictures of your boat

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Ah, Boot Key Harbor. I'm thinking I saw you and boat in early November 2012 at Atlantic Yacht Basin when we were delivering the Catana southward
That's about the time I arrived at Boot Key Harbor. So you may have seen me there. And I did spend at day at Atlantic Yacht Basin before going on the ball in the mooring field.

Gary
02-25-2014 07:35 PM
CLOSECALL
Re: Pictures of your boat

1966 Pearson Wanderer
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