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Old 03-04-2013, 17:17   #1
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2006 George Buehler Otter 50 steel cutter

As all good things come to an end, so has our cruising. So we’re selling our incredible 2006 George Buehler/Dunn Boatworks Otter 50. She’s a custom built 50 foot steel hull cutter with solid oak and walnut interior. Electrical and rigging systems from 2010 and 2011 include LED lights throughout, 12 volt refer, huge solar panels and AGM battery bank, and much more! Please check out the blog site at: Balance for sale | 2006 Custom built double ender ready for world cruising with 2010 electrical and rigging, solar, autopilot and more! for dozens of photos and all specs and capacities.
Please contact us via the Pricing and Contacts page on the site listed above.
$124,900.00 firm
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Old 06-04-2013, 08:30   #2
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Re: 2006 George Buehler Otter 50 steel cutter

Hello CaptainTobin:

I love the pics of your boat. Looks like navy paint. I'm wondering about the mast, and I'm sure you've had questions about it. I know that some light poles are made from aluminum alloy 6063, which seems less used in boats (based on a quick internet search) than alloy 6061 or 6082. I've seen 6063 mentioned relative to some boats, but they seemed mostly smaller (30 ft range). Do you know the alloy that the mast is made from?

It'd probably be helpful to know the temper number (T-5, T-6?)

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