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11-23-2009 04:33 PM
mitiempo It's definitely not a Vancouver 27! The poster that suggested that was joking because there was no pic posted. (Vancouver 27 has a long keel among other differences)
11-23-2009 04:30 PM
Originally Posted by bashmaki View Post
Not sure how the other poster identified it as a Vancouver 27....
Don't believe everything you read on the internet....BTW not a Vancouver 27...but don't believe that either! LOL
11-23-2009 06:24 AM
bashmaki The boat actually has too much draft for anything I'd be interested in. I am looking at a couple other boats this fellow has. It was just getting the better of me not knowing what brand boat this is.

11-22-2009 11:09 PM
mitiempo Yes I remember the Stoltz - fairly nondescript small boat. The beam looks right at 8', but it's listed at 23' waterline on 27' overall and I think there is more cabin than I remember the Stoltz as having. The deck is wood based on the framing in the forecabin. Broker is in Minnesota. Every time you go to a pic on the broker's site you can't get back to where you were - any boat.
ps - doesn't the boat in the worst condition have the most potential?
11-22-2009 10:10 PM
Faster Brian... he says 27 but it has a resemblance to a locally produced (at one time) Stoltz 25... Ever seen one of those?
11-22-2009 09:23 PM
mitiempo Okay gang - here's the link.
I looked and I don't know but at least now you can try to help bashmaki figure out the puzzle.
11-22-2009 08:50 PM
OK here is a link to one pic.
11-22-2009 08:31 PM

I tried a link ; that didn't fly either. I'll try it again when I have more time.
Thanks guys,
11-22-2009 08:24 PM
mitiempo If you have a link to the pics cut and paste the link - you've got our interest and can't give up now. Or try and post again - if the pics aren't too large it should work.
11-22-2009 08:20 PM

I tried to load some pictures but it told me I couldn't because I wasn't "approved" or some-such-nonsense. Someone can delete this thread if they can. I couldn't.

Not sure how the other poster identified it as a Vancouver 27 with no pics. but hey; what do
i know!

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