Originally Posted by GreatDanesrule
Nice to hear we have good marinas
on orcas. The place i am moving is in crow valley about 1 mile from westsound marina. But all the marinas
are close on orcas island! The cheoy lee
in this class are nice boats. Your friend can send me info on the boat but i must say the delamination
issues of these teak decks and the rehab work to get these boats up to speed is a major undertaking. The final result is one nice sailboat that i hear handles pretty well. I just finished motor overhaul
in my fishing
boat so engines are not to big a deal. Always nice to see classic boats and i even have a barn for a boat shop too! Thanks for your response geoduck
If you are living on the Island, just get yourself a good trailer sailer. It's all you need to goof off in the San Juan's. I've been all over in my 20' Nimble and had a bawl and the little boat can take anything you can as far as weather
to run too - go's 10 miles an hour & gets about 10 miles to the gallon - park it in the yard when youre done with it. No big moorage bills. My 48'er is another story!
I fished from Craig to Yakatat for 7 years in my troller - now I want to go back up in the ketch
and play. Not looking like a good weather
deal this year.
I think I;ll stay close and call it good this season and get ready for the Woodenboat show.