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Old 11-01-2015, 19:05   #1
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What kind of wooden boat is this?

It is roughly 38-40' long and has a single Cat diesel in it. It has a enclosed bridge and a very wide beam. I would guess it to be 50's to 60's
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Old 11-01-2015, 20:07   #2
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Re: What kind of wooden boat is this?

She looks like an old Chris Craft Constellation from around 1960... The newer ones don't have the broken shearline, and the 50's boats had more curves to them.


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Re: What kind of wooden boat is this?

Looks like a Pacemaker. Carvel construction
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Re: What kind of wooden boat is this?

Looks a lot like my youngquist from the angle you have there.
There are several others built in puget sound with similar lines.

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Re: What kind of wooden boat is this?

Here is a a pic from similar but higher angle. You can see the portlights are round on mine as opposed to the oblong ones in your pic. The one in your pic also appears to have a hard top over the helm. Youngquist mostly built Comercial fishing boats with a few pleasure yachts. This could be either. Also Ed Monk designed some very similar vessels for several builders.
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