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|09-06-2011 05:18 PM|
Originally Posted by rayvaci View Post
Fun read though.
|09-06-2011 05:08 PM|
Originally Posted by CoastTrash View Post
|02-06-2010 08:50 AM|
|WheresTheBrakes||where did you get that quote ?? the only reference i could find in the thread was to a Dark Harbor 20, one of three guesses by Jeff H.. I'm pleased you got my quote right,|
|02-06-2010 05:56 AM|
BTW, if you had actually read Jeff_H's response, he clearly stated what the boat in the movie was... I seriously doubt it was a guess on his part given his fairly encyclopedic knowledge of boats... from Jeff_H's post:
Originally Posted by WheresTheBrakes View Post
|02-06-2010 01:04 AM|
Smackdaddy, thanks for the mild +1 !
Jeff H, would you rather me PM you my next guess what's your guess by the way, monday morning quarterback ??
I saw about 10mins of the movie, and while preemptive "boatshopping" saw a boat with a sexy back end and whipped my thoughts up on this board while enjoying more than one homebrew...
|02-02-2010 08:14 AM|
Originally Posted by PCP777 View Post
|02-02-2010 12:43 AM|
What I did notice in the movie were the self-tailing winches... Tough to future proof a boat.
Hinky? Hinckley you mean?
|02-01-2010 09:17 PM|
|billsull||According to WoodenBoat forum, she is a seven meter class sloop that was on a mooring on Martha's Vineyard as of 2007.|
|02-01-2010 06:47 PM|
|redhead78||Looks a bit "Hinky" to me.... Red|
|02-01-2010 04:11 PM|
Some good pics of some similar boats here.
Dreaming of designs again
Knockabout Sloops: Tim Lackey & the Modern Knockabout (Part 1)
The Quincy Adams 17 has the hatch but the tiller looks wrong...
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