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Old 24-01-2016, 13:21   #106
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Re: Thomas Gilmer Aries 32

Hi all. just got my title and is is a 1973. Builder is Ronamyhts, whatever that is. i'm speculating if The Black sheep is a '74 then I may be the proud owner of hull number one. Any thoughts?
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Old 25-04-2016, 13:46   #107
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Re: Thomas Gilmer Aries 32

Hello Anybody that's Listening!
After an unfortunate fire inside, I am the new owner of the Chester P. We've been sailing the SF bay, and I'm in the process of restoring the interior, along with some modifications that will suit my personal desires better. At the moment I am building more cabinetry around the chart table for instrumentation and electrical infrastructure, and working on a design to replace the existing (bent) boomkin with a combo boomkin/Windvane support. If anyne is still around let's connect!

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Old 25-04-2016, 14:06   #108
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Re: Thomas Gilmer Aries 32

Heartbreaking to hear that Chester P was damaged. It was so beautiful and so much work had been done. Glad to hear that she was saved from the chain-saw and has a new owner that will bring her back. Let's keep in touch on this thread.

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Old 25-04-2016, 14:46   #109
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Michael here from Morning Star. Glad to hear you have rescued The Chester P. Does this mean you are going to be the Aries 32 newsletter guy?

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Old 26-04-2016, 13:26   #110
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Re: Thomas Gilmer Aries 32

Without the fire I never could have gotten my hands on the boat, so I'm not too ashamed to say that it was very fortunate for me. It's a little sad for the previous owner, but it doesn't keep me up at night, haha. The exterior still looks great, only the inside is a bit rough now. Like I said, we sail regularly.

Newsletter....does it pay?

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Old 26-04-2016, 13:52   #111
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Re: Thomas Gilmer Aries 32

Good for you. When I move my boat to the Bay I would like to connect with Yall
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Old 26-04-2016, 13:55   #112
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Re: Thomas Gilmer Aries 32

Michael, how about posting some pics of progress. before /after

Oh, I'm Michael also
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Old 12-08-2016, 21:49   #113
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Re: Thomas Gilmer Aries 32

I'm trying to find history of my Roughwater/Aries 33/32.
It came to Victoria from San Francisco probably early to mid 90's.
I can't make out the original name, but San Francisco is clear.
The Hull Idenitification Number is SAU000330283.
Anyone got some clues?
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Old 13-08-2016, 13:32   #114
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Re: Thomas Gilmer Aries 32

No clue on the history of your boat except that it is an Aries 32 built for Sausilito Yacht Sales , hull 33 built in 1983.
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