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08-13-2007 06:45 AM
Sapperwhite
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Originally Posted by sailingdog View Post
they do have a pretty sizeable bowsprit.
LOA is 37'9", LOD is 28'1".....sizeable indeed....

Here is the link to the Sam L. Morse site,
http://www.samlmorse.com/?a=bristol_cutter

and the BCC forum,
http://www.samlmorse.com/forum/
08-13-2007 02:49 AM
sailingdog
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Originally Posted by camaraderie View Post
John...If I am pleased the world will know! If I am not my silence will speak!
Will PM you in either event!
Cam silent... I'll believe that when I see it.

Bristol channel cutters are beautiful little boats, and I believe they're among John Vigor's list of 20. However, be aware that the LOA is a bit longer than you'd expect, since IIRC, they do have a pretty sizeable bowsprit.
08-13-2007 01:09 AM
camaraderie
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Originally Posted by JohnRPollard View Post
Sapperwhite,

Camaraderie,

If it's permissable, when your transaction is complete, perhaps you would be willing to opine on the experience? Inquiring minds like to know these things... Thanks, John
John...If I am pleased the world will know! If I am not my silence will speak!
Will PM you in either event!
08-12-2007 04:15 PM
Sapperwhite
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Originally Posted by Tynwald View Post
Does not let me post a link, so if you are interested in some history as well as some nice pictures about how they were/are (Mischief) built, google pilotcutter and you will come to a uk site.
http://www.pilotcutter.co.uk/
08-12-2007 02:37 PM
Tynwald
Bristol Pilot Cutter

Does not let me post a link, so if you are interested in some history as well as some nice pictures about how they were/are (Mischief) built, google pilotcutter and you will come to a uk site.
08-12-2007 01:34 PM
Sapperwhite
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Originally Posted by JohnRPollard View Post
Which interior plan does your Orion have (e.g., sit-down nav station or dinette?)
I have the "C" plan, which is the dinette, interior. It doesn't have a dedicated nav station, but the dinette table handles that function just fine. I stow all the plotting tools in the bookcase behind the table.
08-12-2007 01:20 PM
JohnRPollard Sapperwhite,

I have never engaged that particular brokerage for the purchase or sale of a boat, so I cannot comment one way or the other about their credibility. But I did once have a very informed conversation with one of the proprietors and he came across as highly knowledgeable, and was tremendously generous with his time and information. I have also noticed that their listings on yachtworld are far more detailed than the average (more photos and explanatory info), which indicates to me that they make a real effort on behalf of their clients to market the boats. P.S. Which interior plan does your Orion have (e.g., sit-down nav station or dinette?)

Camaraderie,

Yes, small world indeed. If it's permissable, when your transaction is complete, perhaps you would be willing to opine on the experience? Inquiring minds like to know these things... Thanks, John
08-12-2007 11:05 AM
camaraderie Sapper...if I was interested in self promotion for personal gain I would have given a link...but I am not that smart!! (LOL)
08-12-2007 09:05 AM
Sapperwhite Cam, that wasn't "self promotion and commercialism for personal gain" was it? Just kidding, but, Rogue Wave does have quite a few BCCs on the lot. I haven't meet any of the staff, but I'm sure they know a thing or two considering.
08-12-2007 12:14 AM
camaraderie LOL...John...they also have Camaraderie listed for sale! Small world.
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