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Old 24-05-2010, 11:21   #91
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I like the look of the HC 48 ...But man-oman that Wally is BAAAAAD
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Old 24-05-2010, 11:27   #92
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Im still day dreaming of Leaky Teaky ketches.
If money were no problem, I think it would be an Oyster.
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Old 04-06-2010, 14:20   #93
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Now that's a bout. love it!! Thanks for the share.

Do you need any deckhands??

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Old 28-06-2010, 14:09   #94
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Bermuda 40

This is just like my grandpa's boat. Thanks for the share.

So many memories.

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the most beautiful ships in the world werethe clipper ships--flying cloud and her sisters---awesome!! next come the vagabonds and other garden design clippers--the norwegian sailing rescue ship reminds a lot of colin archers other hull design, westsail 32--but i prefer the graceful lines of the clippers and formosa/vagabond/ct/hardin, hudson-force 50, and the similar designs...very graceful and almost as elegant as gaff rigged schooners-----

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Sorry, no electronic photos but the most beatiful lines I have ever seen were a 30 foot Nova Scotia fishing schooner my grandfather owned. Think small 'Bluenose"....

I'm also partial to these.....
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Old 03-07-2010, 02:02   #98
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How about Truly Classics by Hoek?


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It's hard to say. While I'm in love with my own boat, as every owner should be, I also have a wandering eye. I do favor classic lines over euro-styled plastic, although I have learned to appreciate the asthetics of the latter in recent years.

In the possibly affordable-in-my-lifetime category, I think the new Valiant 42s are wonderful inside and out. They have a classic beauty without being overstated.
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Well, if you want something nontraditional...

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I can NEVER get enough of HOEK's or bestavaers...
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Truly beautiful!!!
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