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Old 04-10-2015, 06:22   #1
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Boat identification

Anyone know what kind of boat this is? I really like it and it seems like it would be a really good cruising boat. It's about 30' long.

The owners are never around. I am pretty sure it is a popular boat because there are two of them on my dock.

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Old 04-10-2015, 06:49   #2
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Re: Boat identification

Picture is kinda fuzzy, but it looks like a 30 ft sailboat???

Seems as tho the stick is VERY undersized
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Yeah one's thing for sure you can't judge a stick by the size of the freeboard
My stick is at least twice the size, but I like the body shape of this one. Looks like it would have lots of headroom.

I'd had a few drinks after cleaning out the greasy monkey love dungeon under the cockpit yesterday when I took those pics.

Here's another angle:
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I believe it's a com-pac


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It seems similar to a bristol channel cutter. But I don't see a bowsprit on my tablet....
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Re: Boat identification

I'm sayin'!

Or the size of the ring finger too if you believe the intranets...

You were cleanin' out the dungeon in this weather?
I'm movin' to Kemah... is was high 52 here...

I'm with the Monkey on this one... Compac
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You were cleanin' out the dungeon in this weather?
I'm movin' to Kemah... is was high 52 here...
I was actually upset that I didn't have time to get out on the bay. There were a whole bunch of boats out. It was actually a little on the hot side in the cabin. Had to turn the A/C on
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I believe it's a com-pac
DING DING DING! winner




I really like the compacs. I wanted a 16 for the longest time, but did not know they made a 27.
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I was actually upset that I didn't have time to get out on the bay. There were a whole bunch of boats out. It was actually a little on the hot side in the cabin. Had to turn the A/C on
Nice...

Wunderground said it would gt to 76 today... I have my doubts as it's still 57 at 1:30...

Does the monkey get a prize???
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Does the monkey get a prize???
I'll take a prize, so long as it's not the monkey dungeon
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