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|08-17-2007 12:32 PM|
Originally Posted by CapnHand View Post
|08-17-2007 11:43 AM|
|CapnHand||Look out! She's trying to catch up to your number of posts!|
|08-17-2007 02:41 AM|
Any reason for the three posts in a row???
|08-17-2007 01:13 AM|
|cyndimarcus||looks like a mcgregor 26 to me|
|08-17-2007 01:12 AM|
|cyndimarcus||don't know how i ended up here|
|08-17-2007 01:11 AM|
looks like a McGregor 26 to me
|05-22-2007 10:03 AM|
Originally Posted by sharkbait
Totally AGREE.....I have a fast 1984 Beneteau 456 and "IT IS ALL MINE" the bank doesn't own any of it......THE BEST BOAT IN MY WORLD........ha ha ha
|05-20-2007 12:21 AM|
We made it to Albany on Thursday and had the mast taken down. Now that was a lot of fun - NOT! I have video I'll post in the next few days. Next weekend we take her up to Lake Champlain through the Champlain Canal.
And I like your concept of good teak decks. The jury is still our on the teak decks of ours. With regards to the ones on the Amel's, a number of the mags have given them good reviews, but I'll go by my experience on them - yuck! And I've had others tell me similarly. They were wet, and they were slippery.
|05-16-2007 09:38 PM|
|05-16-2007 08:55 PM|
Maybe. The 54 does have fake teak decks, but they look more like real teak and are supposed to give very good footing. See the spread in Blue Water Boats, p70ff for April 2007.
But, she doesn't have the kind of fake teak decks I've been longing for: those which look like real teak, are slip-resistant, scuff resistant, cool underfoot, and which are really very efficient solar cells, putting a hell of a lot of amps into your batteries :-)
Where did you guys get to? Up the Hudson somewhere?
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