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Forum: Living Aboard   09-13-2014
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Re: Any Creekmore owners?

Fellow Creekmore owners!

I had the pleasure of a long conversation with Lee Creekmore a couple of years ago. He works as a marine surveyor. From the conversation I learned that the Creekmore...
Forum: Living Aboard   10-13-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36s

Hello Creekmore John and son, Mark.

It was kind of sad day yesterday as we hauled "Georgia" out of the water for the winter. There has been some frost the last few nights so it is time to...
Forum: Living Aboard   09-20-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36 "Georgia"

Interesting to learn about the variations in the design features of the Creekmore 36 hulls, as well as the modifications that owners made after buying their boats.

In order to create a larger main...
Forum: Living Aboard   09-17-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Very interesting. Our fuel tank is an integral...

Very interesting. Our fuel tank is an integral part of the keel structure. Holds about 40 gallons. It located below the engine. The access port (for cleanout) is just forward of the engine. ...
Forum: Living Aboard   09-16-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36 "Georgia"

Your report about lead pigs in your boat suggests that Lee Creekmore provided them for the purpose you used them: to level the boat side to side and fore and aft. I've done a little of this myself....
Forum: Living Aboard   07-15-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Some artrhoscopic knee surgery and a troublesome...

Some artrhoscopic knee surgery and a troublesome recovery in May/June have kept me away from this site. Happy to see the new entries and participants.

We had a new 135% genoa cut this winter. ...
Forum: Living Aboard   04-14-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36s

Hello Rubiayat and welcome to this little band of excited Creekmore owners.

I look forward to your pictures.

Anybody got an idea how Creekmore 36s can be 36' 8" and 36' 10' or 11"? My boat is...
Forum: Sailboat Design and Construction   04-06-2009
Replies: 9
Views: 3,980
Posted By Scoopy
One additional advantage to having a centerboard...

One additional advantage to having a centerboard that pivots down and out of the keel: it moves the center of resistance aft, particularly if the board is about half way out of the centerboard slot....
Forum: Living Aboard   04-06-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
I re-measured "Georgia" by dropping plumb bobs...

I re-measured "Georgia" by dropping plumb bobs from the bow and stern and measured the distance along the ground between. It came out to 36 feet 10 inches. Previously, I measured her over the deck...
Forum: Living Aboard   03-18-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36s

The galley in the aft, starboard corner of the main cabin of "Georgia." The stove, the sink, and the ice box (no mechanical refrigeration), and the companionway steps leading to the cockpit (from...
Forum: Living Aboard   03-18-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36s

This photo shows the dinette. Located to port in the aft part of the main cabin. It is raised above the floor so that a person sitting in the bench seat can see out the large windows.
Forum: Living Aboard   03-18-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36s

"Georgia" under sail. Note that the cabin house was raised at the time of construction and large side windows were added.
Forum: Living Aboard   03-18-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36s

Here is photo of "Georiga" hanging in a TravelLift. Scoopy
Forum: Living Aboard   03-18-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36s

As I wrote earlier, I tried to post several photos (as your Dad did) but the resolution of my photos was greater that the SailNet system can handle.

I will try to find out if my photo program can...
Forum: Living Aboard   03-05-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Thanks for the advice about pictures. Now I have...

Thanks for the advice about pictures. Now I have to learn how my photo program can reduce the resolution of my photos to no more than 800 by 600.

It appears from the advertisement that the...
Forum: Living Aboard   03-04-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
J24mark and CreekmoreJohn (in particular; anyone...

J24mark and CreekmoreJohn (in particular; anyone in general): The system seems to have balked at posting my photos. Each of the photos was less than allowed for a .jpg file (97.7kb). I posted five...
Forum: Living Aboard   03-04-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
J24mark and CreekmoreJohn: Here are some more...

J24mark and CreekmoreJohn: Here are some more photos of "Georgia." Scoopy
Forum: Living Aboard   03-04-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36s

Here are some photos of the interior and exterior of "Georgia," a Creekmore 36.
The aft part of the main cabin house was raised to accomodate a raised dinette to port in the after part of the main...
Forum: Living Aboard   03-04-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36s

J24mark: How did your Dad get the pictures up on this site? Also, I am trying to share them with the other partners in "Georgia." I have given them a link to our Creekmore exchanges. I am not...
Forum: Living Aboard   02-28-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36s

J24Mark: Thank you for the answers to my questions and for the invitation to ask some more.

The most curious piece of information is the fact that your Creekmore 36 does not have a centerboard. ...
Forum: Living Aboard   02-27-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Yah, baby stay sounds like a better term. ...

Yah, baby stay sounds like a better term.

Your photo shows the very long boom -- probably like Georgia's used to be. Our boom is round also, with a worm gear drive with a special winch handle...
Forum: Living Aboard   02-27-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore John, I didn't see the picture of...

Creekmore John, I didn't see the picture of "Magic" in the travel lift until just now. The view of the hull below the water line looks a lot like "Georgia."

In the picture of "Magic" under sail,...
Forum: Living Aboard   02-27-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36s

Hello Creekmore John,

I live in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. The name of my boat is "Georgia" -- named after the three men named George who were the original owners of the boat (a partnership). In...
Forum: Living Aboard   02-23-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36s

Hello Creekmore John,

I have measured my "Creekmore 36" as 36 ft 11 inches. Strange that they would call it a "36." The beam measurement is 10 ft 0 inches. According to Ryan Neve's web site for...
Forum: Living Aboard   02-13-2009
Replies: 70
Views: 13,737
Posted By Scoopy
Creekmore 36

I am a part owner of a Creekmore 36 (I measured her and she is 36 ft 11 inches but according to Ryan Neve, a Creekmore 37 was never built). The boat is kept in Egg Harbor, Wisconsin during the...
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