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AnchorageGuy 12-10-2008 18:01

Whoda thunk it.
I never thought I would be posting in this section, yet here I am. The new site for the new boat is up for anyone interested. Not a whole lot there yet but give us time and it will be chocked full.

The Beach House

delmarrey 12-10-2008 18:32

Congrats Chuck! :smiling:

There is one of those two slips down that looks abandoned. I think they have grown too old.

I'd like one too but I'm not ready to give up the sails.............yet! :viking:

AnchorageGuy 12-10-2008 19:54

Thanks del:)

Colorado Dreamer 12-10-2008 19:57

What a beautiful boat. Congrats! I can't imagine how hard it must have been to give up the sails, but I am sure the added room and comfort will somehow make up for it.

AnchorageGuy 12-10-2008 19:59

Thanks, We are looking forward to a change of pace and some new cruising grounds.

never monday 12-10-2008 20:54

hows that go again.....
motor boat
motor home
rest home.......

I just had to Chuck.
Congrats on a nice trawler.

AnchorageGuy 12-10-2008 21:03

Looks like you have the progression correct:)

GordMay 13-10-2008 03:48

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Congratulations Chuck (& Susan) !!!

Youíve got a great new boat.
Youíve probably seen Jack Hornerís very favourable review of the Marine Trader 34: Boat Reviews by Jack Hornor, N.A. - Marine Trader 34 Double Cabin

Hud3 13-10-2008 05:09

Very nice looking boat, Chuck. I'll be looking forward to keeping up with your travels on your new website.

knottybuoyz 13-10-2008 05:12

Great looking boat Chuck! Congratulations. Hope she carries you safe and sound to many more cruising adventures. We're hoping to work our way into a trawler someday. Always loved the looks of the MT's.

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