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06-17-2007 01:18 PM
blt2ski John,

I have an older Jeanneau Arcadia. Not sure at this time if I will get up there from Edmonds or not, but would like to. I have some interior things to install. If I am their, I'll be driving a white chevy crewcab dually with handle name on license. It'll either be parked in the front, or like last sunday, I parked inside the gate in front of amoretto. name is on the side.

06-17-2007 11:35 AM
jrd22 blt2ski- we were hauled out at North Harbor, which is south of you at MSC. It's actually a couple blocks away from there in a white, fabric quonset hut, I have a private guy doing the work. If I get over to Anacortes today I'll drive by MSC, what type of boat is it? John
06-16-2007 10:47 PM
blt2ski John,
Which marina are you on the hard in anacortes? The main anacortes marina, or cap sante? I'll be at my boat at anacortes tomorrow in the MSC yard. I'm right on the road, north side.

She hopefully gets int eh water monday, then some rigging work, and off for a 3-4 day trip friday. Probably be up tehre packing etc thursday too.
06-16-2007 09:32 PM
morganmike Interesting. The price seems low for a cold-molded one-off with such beautiful details. What's wrong with it? You did notice the rust bleeding down the chainplates, right?

I just spent the winter sitting next to a Henry Scheel designed one-off 44' cold molded sloop. The hull is built exactly as you describe for this boat. If anything, it has MORE brightwork than the boat in the ad. Be forewarned: the owner has just spent 3 months digging out punky wood from the keel (on the INSIDE), cutting new pieces, and laminating them in. The owners of cold molded boats insist they're not the same as wood, but the evidence speaks for itself.

Hope you have good carpentry skills and access to a nice shop. Good luck.
06-16-2007 08:41 PM
jrd22 Ray, when I see you again I'll swing by, I must have seen the boat when you were going through Peavine or something, I remember the name. "Tie 'er Loose" is on the hard in Anacortes, hopefully launch next week sometime. It's a green hulled pilothouse, if you see it give us a shout, we keep it in the Blakely Marina(which is now open again). You were talking about that Doe Island way over by Victoria, right?;-)) Sorry to hijack the thread CC. John
06-15-2007 02:05 PM
blt2ski Luv it on forums like this, "didn't I see that boat recently smoehweres......?!?!?!"

Just like when I went thru the lacaonner canal taking my boat to MSC in anacortes to have some owrk done here, I saw the Boat CC is looking at moored with the forsale sign on it! I'll hopefully be picking my boat up to head to poets cove next weekend.

06-15-2007 01:39 PM
CharlieCobra Nah, the PH is pretty small and has two bench seats on the back wall that are fine if you're 6' 2 " or shorter, I'm 6-4. The only sorry excuse for a dinette is on the Portside and has a funky little fold out table that would end up in file 13 if I bought the boat.
06-15-2007 09:45 AM
erps Greetings John,

We're out and about year round, although we stay pretty close to home in the dead of winter (Coronet Bay). Our other favorite spot is Doe Island. It's just one of those little spots where you can often tie up to the float and have the whole Island to ourselves (doh!-forget I said that). We were over to Spencer Spit and went by Blakely Island recently as well as going by Anacortes. There is usually cold beer in the box. Stop by next time.
06-14-2007 11:14 PM
jrd22 Hey Erps, I've seen your boat somewhere recently, and I haven't been to LaConner in the last 6 mos. Were you at Anacortes or Blakely Is. or possibly Canoe Cove or Cowichan Bay,BC lately?

CC, beautiful boat, isn't there a dinette up in the pilothouse? or could you put one there? As far as moorage goes, Cap Sante just put in a bunch of new slips, but they may be bigger than you would need. They are going to rip out ours soon to put in more big slips. Good luck on the boat. John
06-14-2007 12:14 PM
CharlieCobra Not yet Ray. I'm just kicking tires and narrowing down the field prior to pulling the trigger. Damn I hate waiting.
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