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Old 02-02-2014, 11:26   #16
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Please post some pics of your work so far!

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Old 02-02-2014, 11:51   #17
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I'll make an album with all pics I have of the thing tomorrow. Most pictures I take are of certain details though, because I don't know how the hell to fix them and need advice from the online community
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Old 02-02-2014, 13:12   #18
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I'll make an album with all pics I have of the thing tomorrow. Most pictures I take are of certain details though, because I don't know how the hell to fix them and need advice from the online community

Please do!
As for the advice, Im positive that the folks here will be supporting you! I will (if I can)


wow... pics of a steel vessel under refit...
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Old 03-02-2014, 00:55   #19
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Another steel classic of an era lone gone but not forgotten;
Baron van Hoevell 1952 | Tradewindyachts.nl

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Old 03-02-2014, 02:04   #20
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Re: Jan Haring Question

This time an whole article in the Dutch online magazine "Zilt" about a young couple going on a world tour on a Jan Haring 9.60;

Voorpagina

The article starts on page 8-9 in Zilt number 94,it is free!
There is also a blog of the previous owner of the boat mentioned in this aricle,you can find it here;
De wereld om met een Jan Haring

So now I'll leave you to it,you have lots to translate!
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Old 03-02-2014, 02:06   #21
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Thanks!!!
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Old 03-02-2014, 02:23   #22
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There's your alternative, buy one that has had its refit! I seriously doubt you'll have enough budget then though...
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Old 05-02-2014, 13:25   #23
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Had some issues getting some pics from my phone, sorry for the delay!

https://imageshack.com/a/Turq/1

DISCLAIMER: Anybody not interested by looking at 78 random pics from some steel classic in various states of disrepair and random boat-related pictures, do not click the link above.
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Old 05-02-2014, 14:41   #24
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Re: Jan Haring Question

I have seen two or three of them. They look heavy tubs - good if you are planning on hitting a lot of rocks. In open waters a lighter, better sailing boat may be another choice.

I like their looks though. Perhaps the alloy ones mentioned above are lighter?

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Old 05-02-2014, 15:00   #25
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As I mentioned above, they just don't make them anymore, these old designs . Their weight is a big factor in their stability and seaworthiness, I don't have the faintest clue as to how they would cope being lighter...
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Old 06-02-2014, 06:07   #26
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Wow... thats a good looking boat and some serious work going on!
I hope I can post some pictures like that in a near future...

Thanks for sharing
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Old 07-02-2014, 15:42   #27
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Where in the world did you find one of those.? I'd snap that up right away if it was reasonably priced and in decent condition.
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Old 07-02-2014, 16:11   #28
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It was 6k, had just had an engine rebuild and a hull ultrasound. Lots of aesthetical issues, but nothing structural.

I'll sell it to ya when I'm done with it

As I said, there's gems to be found in Holland and many other places as well. Certainly these boats, as they're a niche market and only appeal to a certain audience. They're absolutely horrible for weekend cruisers unless you're planning on turning them into showboats.

Like I mentioned: really slow when under 10m because of their inability to fly enough cloth for their weight and a really narrow beam making for a cramped interior. I've seen them as long as mine with barely enough room inside for a single bunk. Not the roomy, comfy interior your average boater is looking for .

I'll have you note those 29ft were designed to sleep 6 (the last two drawing the short straws), to provide more crew on the long distance races.
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You gotta love the Dutch!
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Hi,
Please sent your questionnaires concerning jan haring to mversteeg@anwb.nl , we maintain A database of app. 20000 sail and motoryachts.

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