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09-30-2010 07:30 PM
sailpa65 Very nice boat Denise, I was out one like yours this summer and loved it.
09-30-2010 07:28 PM
deniseO30 I really love those teak endowed beauties built in the far east. but as much as I love wood working I know better to even think of having one someday.
09-30-2010 04:27 PM
carl762 Good idea.

thank you Carl! Think she is "sellable?" Get a 36-38 ft boat. I know my house isn't sellable! If so I think "live aboard" would be for me.
Sure, she's sellable. I'm thinking about live aboard in a few years. Feeling out my sailing skills at this time. I definitely have Sailboat on the Brain pretty much all my waking hours. Just secured a new marina that allows live aboards, 15 minutes from the house, and gave my 30-day notice on the current marina, which is very nice, but a drive that I can do without.

09-30-2010 03:50 PM
deniseO30 thanks it comes in handy when I set out the propane tank strapped to the stern rail, it's like a shelf, never leave it out there of course.
09-30-2010 03:44 PM
newhaul Johnson and evinrude used to make a 20 inch shaft extension for their small outboards that may have been what he had. unless you intend on using it for some purpose i would remove it and plug the holes would improve the appearance of the boat overall. not that it needs it.
09-30-2010 03:38 PM
deniseO30 Newhaul I just don't know.. The mount does have real deep marks from an outboard being clamped on. he did tell me he replaced the diesel with the same from another boat when it was in New England where he got her. I know there are some very long shaft outboards out there too,but it's like 30" to the waterline with the mount in the down position. I also know he never intended to sail her.
09-30-2010 03:33 PM
newhaul looks like the po was thinkin the bracket would be a good place to store the o/b for the tenderboat does look nice as well.
09-30-2010 02:54 PM
deniseO30 thank you Carl! Think she is "sellable?" Get a 36-38 ft boat. I know my house isn't sellable! If so I think "live aboard" would be for me.
09-30-2010 02:39 PM
carl762 I love your boat. My office supply delivery guy just sold one of those. He lives on houseboat and said he and GF never used the thing. Shame. I would have attempted to buy it.
09-29-2010 10:39 PM
deniseO30 Ah... found the problem. Had the upload settings on Photobucket set for "small"

Just a few here from photobucket.

This one shows how long our mooring field is on the River.

and this is the boat of course. No the outboard bracket is too high to be used. Dunno what the PO was thinking, lest it was a Large and very very long shaft OB.


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