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Old 11-08-2003, 23:46   #31
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28 foot Monk Jr. Design

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Old 13-08-2003, 04:38   #32
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Brian Lello Designed, Lello Offshore 34. Build in Capetown South Africa. Has circumnavigated 1 time, and will complete the second upon another Indian Ocean crossing... Here's her website with many more details,photos,etc..,

http://www.geocities.com/bradleybarrett
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a dog eared passport, a weathered face, a tired old boat
a yarn or two that might be true and a couple of battle scars
days of sparkling waters, nights of falling stars

I've got seashells, I've got souvenirs, I've got songs I've penned
I've got phographs, I've got memories, but mostly I've got friends

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Old 25-08-2003, 09:33   #33
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1969 Columbia Challenger. Sailing in the California San Joaquin Delta
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Old 08-09-2003, 15:48   #34
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Ours will be a Hartley Norsk35 stretched to 38.5 feet.

We're building her in strip plank sheathed with double diagonal plywood.

http://www.hartley-boats.com/norsk35.html

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Old 26-09-2003, 15:32   #35
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Old 27-09-2003, 17:12   #36
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i have a 1971 palmer johnson 34(S&S 34) which is my pride and joy. i also have a rodgers 24 which is my fun\future race boat. Then i have my 29er which is a small skiff(if i could find crew it would be used a lot more) Im planning on selling the rodgers.
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When we decided to sell up and live aboard we decided we needed to sell the boat as well and find a larger one. We really loved our Nicholson 35. An elegant boat and a perfect under sail.

After having seen many boats, we decided we wanted another Nicholson. We did not aim larger than, say, a 40 footer, but after having seen a 48 we decided that this would solve all our storage problems. We found the right one sitting quite unloved in a Greek marina. We bought her and had her transported to the Netherlands by low loader as she was not seaworthy at the time.

We have given her many presents since, like new seacocks all-over, new sails, new decks, a new coat of paint on the hull, a lot of new running rigging, a lot of new varnish in the interior, new upholstery and lots more, and finally it looks like she starts loving us in return.

Fabulous sailboat, not really too large to sail between the two of us, very comfy in port and at sea. So, here she is (sister ship)


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Old 16-10-2003, 19:30   #38
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Old 16-10-2003, 19:51   #39
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CSY 33 photo

Finally uploaded and posted a photo of my CSY 33.

Look above in the photo callery in "Mono-hull" section.

If I was a little bit smarter I would post it right here with the message, but no cigar...Haven't figured that one out yet...
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Hey, that was clever, how'dy do it....Magic..?...
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Old 08-11-2003, 18:19   #44
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I have a Tanzer 8.5m purchased new in 1979. Also have an 18 foot aluminum Crestliner power boat, a 15 foot cedar strip canoe and a 10 1/2 foot Zodiac. My brother has a Lotus 10.6m
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