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Old 28-04-2013, 10:37   #226
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Old 28-04-2013, 18:00   #227
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If needed, this is further proof that it's the sailor, not the boat, that matters.

The second pic is a Cal-25 sister to my now-Cal 2-25. Note pilothouse. This boat circumnavigated by a young couple that had 2 kids along the voyage.





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Old 29-04-2013, 06:58   #228
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You're kidding right?...You almost have to start the engine to tack the beast.
started reading this yesterday but got distracted,, i agree,,ha ha beast is the word on that hull design,, lol
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Yes, you are right, some of the home finished boats are quite amaturish to say the least, however Joint Effort has been professionaly finished by a old world craftsman. his workmanship has been greatly admired by the Hinckley yacht company. After completing Joint Effort; (Zac Zatec) opened his company (European Custom Yachts) in Mass. He was very well regarded in the N.E. for his Yacht work. Zac has since passed on. Joint Effort has been owned by me for 19 years, everyone who has heard about her has asked to come aboard.
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Lovely.. absolutely lovely,, thanks for sharing... anymore for sale? jmho
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Re: Best Pilothouse Sailboat?

I happened across this last weekend. I don't know what make this is but it definitely has a pilot house. It hangs out in the Elliot Bay Marina.

It seems to have a little of everything.

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Looks like a diesel duck
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I like it!

Looks conservative SA ;-) and grand protection from elements. Let me guess Canada or Alaska.

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This one, this one!!!

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I happened across this last weekend. I don't know what make this is but it definitely has a pilot house. It hangs out in the Elliot Bay Marina.

It seems to have a little of everything.

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I know this boat and I think it's sweet.
Definitely Alaska, Canada, PNW machine.
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grand protection from elements
Yes, but that´s not a pilot house...it´s a pilot building!
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I happened across this last weekend. I don't know what make this is but it definitely has a pilot house. It hangs out in the Elliot Bay Marina.

It seems to have a little of everything.

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Would make a nice diving boat in the northern waters!
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Old 14-05-2013, 15:49   #237
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Some look rather home made, some look like well-designed add-ons (like hard dodgers), and some are truly part of the original design. Relative advantages?
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As long as they are "rock solid, roll over and leak-proof" I would go for any...
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No mention of the 'Southerly' range of craft, it seems. UK built, pilot house and swing keel.


I'm hoping to upgrade from my jeanneau 29.2 to an older Southerly 105, with a view to doing the Rhine/Danube and back to Black Sea
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Old 28-05-2013, 15:30   #240
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A good one from France is the Boreal, from 44 to 60 feets, It is an aluminium sail boat with a lifting dagger-board. An other one will be the Alubat OVNI Evolution 47 that has a pilot house option, mainly for people sailing in cold countries and there are more and more of those ones.
You can get more information on the BOREAL or ALUBAT web sites and for the ALUBAT OVNI EVOLUTION at http://marc-hanami.blogspot.fr/2013/...onic-name.html.
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