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10-23-2013 09:57 AM
Re: Bristol Club

10-22-2013 11:26 PM
Re: Bristol Club

Originally Posted by Barquito View Post
People: Gary posted this over 12 years ago! Although that was about the same time there was a post in the Bristol subforum.

Haha...oops...So wherever you are Gary,,,,here ya go!
10-22-2013 10:51 PM
Re: Bristol Club

People: Gary posted this over 12 years ago! Although that was about the same time there was a post in the Bristol subforum.
10-22-2013 09:00 AM
Re: Bristol Club

I am on my iPad and am having difficulty cutting and pasting the address , but it's bristolboatowners yahoo group and is an active group with over 500 members.
10-22-2013 08:29 AM
Re: Bristol Club

Hi Garry, this is the only info I have....
Yahoo! Groups

and this group in no longer active, but a nice list of owners. There looks like there is a club in TX with a bunch of 19' boats..."Corinthian Sailing Club, TX" Bristol Owners' Association Home Page

If you have a Gray Marine engine, I can help you with parts.
10-22-2013 08:11 AM
Re: Bristol Club

Gary. I am looking for the same thing as you. I have a 1979 Bristol 35.5 center board on the Chesapeake. The boat was on hard for 3-5 years prior to purchase and is a continuous project. Great sailing boat but a lot of work over the last 4 years and still going. I was on the bay in 25-30 knott winds last month and she handled great. Now if it could only stop leaking when it rains. Andy
10-22-2013 04:49 AM
Re: Bristol Club

Garry, I don't know about Bristols, but South Padre was my childhood stomping ground, with many great memories.
10-22-2013 03:34 AM
Re: Bristol Club

I currently have a 1968 Bristol/Sailstar 26' fin keel, spade rudder, masthead sloop. Great Ol'Boat, handles like "jack be nimble", doesn't burn any fuel, cause I deep 6'd the ol engine, dont need one, it sails in an out of marinas, jus fine, some oar, boathook and lines handle any tight maneuvering.
05-21-2001 07:48 AM
Bristol Club

I am an owner of a 1979 Bristol 35.5'' sloop rig. And for the past 1.5 years have been slowly refurbishing my Miss Michelle. There are several upgrades that I want to tackle but do not know which way to go. If such a group exists I would appreciate a reply at

Thank you.
Garry Lowder
South Padre Island, TX.

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