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Here are some photos of Traveler. Hope I can figure out how to upload them correctly.
 

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Pretty hammer! err.. Beautiful boat. Al the best with her!
 

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I don't know how I missed this thread! VERY nice! I like the sliding lexan. I have that in the head, but my starboard side shelves are open (not covered) and the galley cabinets have oak doors. I suspect the oak doors are from a recent owner; I want to switch back to something like yours.
 

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Sweet!

Izzat a semi-hard bimini behind the dodger; or justa very taut cloth unit?
Custom Bimini. It unzips at the back edge of the dodger and unzips from the aft and center bimini poles, stow it, then the middle bimini pole folds aft against the other and the cockpit is once again wide open. Can't sail wit the bimini up, can't see anything. Good for motoring and sitting at the marina though.
 

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Ahhh... this brings back memories of our previous Allmand 31. Don't know if I've ever mentioned but one of our mods to our Allmand was to put in an access door in the rear of the quarter berth. Made access to the hot water heater and other areas more accessable...

Clay AA3JY
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Lankford Bay Marina
 

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Clay, do you have any pictures? I was wondering how hard it would be (or whether it's even possible) to turn the aft part into more of a berth.
Jim-

I remember contacting the boat designer?Scott? On the idea of putting in a bulk head door and asked if there was any material(s) behind the bulk head that we should be concerned about before cutting. As I recall there was not much room beyond the bulk head other then the stearing quadrant and the water heater fittings. I also had the ability of placing my HF radio auto tuner behind the bulk head as the result of the new bulk head door.

Sri..no pics of this project..but it was a very easy modification.
 

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Here are some photos of Traveler. Hope I can figure out how to upload them correctly.
Dave; Thought you might like some sister shots of a 1983
I hope photos are attached

Second photo is a Cat. 38 next to my Allmand 31 on the hard. Because of the water line and the hull speed the Cat will be faster but the mast are the same as is the keel size. So what you have is the interior of a 38 with the cost of a 28. From what I've seen so far the hull speed of the Allmand is 7.2 knots under hull for power or sail on the Pamlico, GPS confirmed. I'll take that from a cruiser any day.
 

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