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Old 11-12-2008, 17:53   #31
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Does this count?
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Old 11-12-2008, 18:21   #32
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Heh...

Having watched the joy-stick piloting of a large ferry, I don't see why it wouldn't. I helped rig a remote tiller (the blocks and rope kind of remote) into the cabin of a little sloop once. I certainly expect that would count as an inside steering station, but the boat was not a 'Deck Salon'...
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Has anyone here ever seen a "Deck Salon" with inside steering?
Have a look at Nauticat website
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I have one of the earlier Deck Salons. The Sceptre 41. Photo Gallery#
I've never used the inside sterring station. My seat is missing so it would be difficult to use the inside steering.
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It seems that the lines between "Pilot houses", "Deck Salons", Motor sailers, and Aux. sailboats have really blurred in the last twenty years or so. I am currently refitting a pilothouse Motorsailer (term used by the manufacturer), and I've never sailed any boat for inside. I cant wait to try it though. I love seeing pics of other pilothouse sailboats, in fact I collect them! Post all ya got! Chris
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Again Bob ,a wheelhouse and inside steering has nothing to do with motors. Only wisdom and good seamanship.
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OH BABY!!! Keep them coming! I LOVE pilothouse sailboats!
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Brent:
Have it your way.
I'll have it my way.
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Bob,

The stew and soup, was a great analogy.
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Bob,

Impressive back ground. I'd love to sit down and pick your brain. I did meet Nils Lucander at one point but only casually.

Keep up the input.
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Cadence:
You met Nils.
Ok, I won't hold that against you.
Stop by my office some time and we'll chat.
I'll tell you my Nils Lucander story. It's very funny.
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