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Not sure exactly what details you like but our YouTube channel is mostly about the boat. We talk real numbers of what we paid for all that we do.
I just thought you might want to tell us more about your new boat that's all.

I'm not sure why you assume we all follow your YouTube channel.
 

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I just thought you might want to tell us more about your new boat that's all.

I'm not sure why you assume we all follow your YouTube channel.
Hey, no sweat, no assumption. I'm a "picture paints a thousand words" kind of guy, visuals work well for me. I didn't know what kind of details you want, I pointed you to something that covers most of the bases.

The boat cost $14,162 with tax. Here is a link to the specs SailboatData.com - ENDEAVOUR 32 Sailboat She's a 1980 vintage.

Let me know if there's something specific your interested in. I'm not the world's fastest typist, maybe that's why visuals work well for me.

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Hey OldMan - love the boat and enjoyed watching your vids. She’s lovely!

Welcome to Sailnet - great to see another Endeavour 32 sailor on the site :) Look forward to hearing about your projects and adventures.
 
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Thanks ! Lately it seems we have fallen into a "Friday Afternoon Sail" kinda routine. One thing that amazes me about this boat is her speed. We consistently hit mid 6's, and the last time we were out with wind speeds in upper teens I swear I saw 7.4 knots. I wouldn't think it was possible, but as I was doing some filming I was trying to get a shot of the wake and I realized - just like people have said before - that when she heels over the waterline really stretches out with this type of hull shape.

I have several projects going and I'm working on the next video. I'm trying to make sure I keep up with what we're spending so I can include all that. It's easy for "small stuff" to get missed. You think you spent $200 on a job, only to forget to include the extra screws and hose clamps - and oh yeah that piece of hose - and suddenly it's a $250 job !

I started an InstaGram account too under our name - OldMan and Miss Mirage - just to make small posts about projects and progress. It's also another way of helping me keep track of what I'm doing.
 
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