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Old 07-10-2007, 09:18   #1
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What is she?

Anybody have any idea what she is? Make I mean - I know she's a sailboat for all you would-be smart-a**'s .

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Old 07-10-2007, 10:38   #2
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Brett,

Not sure if she is a One Design boat or a specially commisioned design from the 1960's.

She has the long overhanging counter favored by designers such as Robert Clark.

Where did you see her?
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My friends Erik and Sherry have a boat that looks exactly like that - I'll ask them.
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My immediate thought was Cheoy Lee Off Shore 41 but the photo has a shadow under the counter and I couldn't tell how long the counter was and looks like a wide angle shot?
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Aloha bspurr13,
Sometimes knowing where you took the photo helps a bit in boat identification. In San Diego there is a class of older wood boats that have these lines (can't think of the name) and Concordia also have the lines.
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Looks kinda like a Kettenberg, but the windows are different. Could be though, cabin top looks like one. But ive been wrong once or twice
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JD - you hit it on the head! That be what Eric & Sherry have - looks exactly like theirs - thought it WAS theirs until I looked at the background and some of the fineries.
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You guys are too cool, thanks for the replys. The boat is from the SF bay area and the pic is from a "for sale" ad I found on CL without much info... Looked like a nice boat.

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That's the name I was trying to think of. "Kettenburg" Lot of them in San Diego and they are great sailing craft. They are all wood, right? I don't think they made any in fiberglass.
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the 32 was glass, all the rest of them were wood. nice boats. i think the 32 was also made for columbia. went and looked at a 32, nice boats
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