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    Quote Originally Posted by skaraborgcraft View Post
    I shall be heading south for grilled sardines and vino tinto rather than rotten herring. Seriously, the trailable motor sailer is so i can be dumped at Norway-Russian border, then work my way West and South, thats more like a retirement plan that will take a good few seasons to accomplish. If we cant do it, we can always dream about it......
    The Blue Moon is so I can bob around out in the ocean somewhere. I donít even need to go anywhere. If I do, itís just icing on the cake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Cleek View Post
    Looks to be a Cheoy Lee Offshore 27'

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaraborgcraft View Post
    I shall be heading south for grilled sardines and vino tinto rather than rotten herring. Seriously, the trailable motor sailer is so i can be dumped at Norway-Russian border, then work my way West and South, thats more like a retirement plan that will take a good few seasons to accomplish. If we cant do it, we can always dream about it......
    What is the ''trailerable motor sailer" Ian?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterSibley View Post
    What is the ''trailerable motor sailer" Ian?
    Project in Motion Mr Sibley. The "13" box keel boat proved what i needed to know regarding power and speed projections. I want to model the same dimensions but with an almost barge like mid section, will give me more load capacity for the same draught. I dont need the SL of 1.8 as i would not have the tank capacity to run at that speed, nor would running an engine that gets me there (34hp) like running at the projected hull speed using only 13hp at over 3 tons loaded. I can settle for a lower speed potential, gain a bit more load range. The box keel does have its advantages, but i might do a little better with stability when lightly loaded with less V in the sections.



    Possibly just like this......but twice the size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amish rob View Post
    Iíve been preparing to build one. Really. Seems it would be easier to drive forth and back, eh?
    If youíre inclined to go poking for fun, a report would be valued.

    Pictures of boats taken by boat people are always better.

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    Iíd be glad to go take a look. (Was actually hoping for an excuse.)
    To ser her in the daylight will be next Saturday at the soonest. Let me see what I can do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedL View Post
    I’d be glad to go take a look. (Was actually hoping for an excuse.)
    To ser her in the daylight will be next Saturday at the soonest. Let me see what I can do.
    Sweet! Thanks. At the very least, you get to check out a boat, and we get pictures and info. If nothing else, that’s awesome. If something else? Awesome, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaraborgcraft View Post
    I shall be heading south for grilled sardines and vino tinto rather than rotten herring. Seriously, the trailable motor sailer is so i can be dumped at Norway-Russian border, then work my way West and South, thats more like a retirement plan that will take a good few seasons to accomplish. If we cant do it, we can always dream about it......

    Ahhhhh, ........... Looking again at the pictures it just dawned on me, I know where the boat is and I know the owner. She has been there for a good number of years, but there had always been a bow shed over her so she has been well protected for most of the time.
    The owner was a pretty significant 'wooden boat' guy/wheeler and dealer for quite a number of years. He owned and converted a Chesapeake buy boat into a pleasure boat a good number of years ago. He also owned a small (65'+/- ish) Scandinavian wood cir 1916 ferry boat with a direct reversing diesel for a while (she has since gone back across the pond).
    A number of years (3 - 5 ish) the owner changed interests from boats to vinatage cars and retired to FL so he is clearing out all his stuff here.
    I bought a 5 hp Acadia inboard from him. (I would expect a fair -clearance- price on the boat if there is real interest.) I'll find out.

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    [QUOTE= I'll find out.[/QUOTE]
    Please post your findings! I might be more interested myself if it weren't for the bill-of-sale only business. If this owner was that involved in boats it would surprise me if he'd never registered it--and an old reg.plus b.o.s. is all you actually need in MA (minimum)

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    What else could MA possibly want? Some sort of ownership affidavit perhaps?
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    You could always say you got it out of state?

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    Rekord is one of the boats he had

    He also had about a 40 ft schooner at his place for a number of years. (Other boats too).
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    I should think ‘paperwork’ issues could be worked out.

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    You could always say you got it out of state?
    That may not be enough. I don't know about in Mass, but in NY, for a "motorized boat", you need a title or registration from the seller, from the seller's state, in order to register the boat.

    You would have to lie, call it a home-built, and then try to get over on the officer who comes out to inspect your, "build." Or, you'd have to put that onus on the seller, making the deal contingent upon his providing satisfactory proof of ownership.

    If it's NOT motorized, the regs are less stringent.

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    If it was ever titled, it may be possible to get another. I once bought a car without a title from the son of the deceased owner. It had not been registered for years. I submitted a bill of sale and a form to the DMV claiming to be the legitimate owner and they made a title for me.
    But look into it first.

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    In Pennsylvania, I once registered a boat that had been built in Maine, but there were no papers to be found for it. I registered it as a home-built boat (which it was) and no questions were asked. This was a skiff without a motor.
    -Dave

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    CT is a “non-title” state. All you need is a registration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Figment View Post
    What else could MA possibly want? Some sort of ownership affidavit perhaps?
    MA wants a title or an old registration, plus bill of sale, though that can be faked since they don't require it to be notarized. I got my Dovekie with zero papers and registered it in VT (through the mail) with a bill of sale from my sister who "sold" it to me. They sent me an official transferable VT registration. Luckily, the boat had a valid hull number (had to send a picture) and didn't come up stolen. I got a stern talking to from the Enviro. Police here in MA this summer because I don't live in VT but my boat's registered there. So, now that I have official, state documentation I can use the Vt. registration to register and title it in MA (Ma requires the $75 title, no matter how old the boat). When I tried to register a West Wight Potter in MA, with all the proper documents, they still flagged it for for "inspection," which meant an environmental cop poking at it in my driveway, scrutinize the flaking bottom paint, etc.. He finally broke out his tape measure, for lack of any other inspired ideas, and measured it bow to tip of outboard bracket, gave me his seal of approval and took off after admiring my Old Town motor canoe from the 20s--good guy basically.

    I also has the ah-ha! idea of registering it as homebuilt but they wanted the receipts for all materials for that (plus of course an inspection). My Black Skimmer from years ago had to be vandalized by the state with a very crooked, crude hull number applied with a rotary drill. Went right through the WEST!!! the outrage

    I don't think you have to register anything lacking a motor, no matter how big, here

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    hellooooo>>>>

    I have her home now...
    I am seeking the former owner and paperwork, and information...
    can you call me ?
    where are you located
    fred 401/418/1137

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    how do i post such a nice pic... yes that is my new boat... the one on the trailer

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    hi... i indeed did end up owning this boat... do you have a location of the owner?
    i bought the boat from a scrap yard awaitng a de leading... they were gonna scrap it for the lead!!!!!
    thank you for any information...
    fred

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    I’ll give you a call.

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    Maine is a no title state, too.

    Great news, tree. That is very exciting. Congratulations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ersin boke View Post
    My replica Tayo MAr is well known boat in Turkey.. For every weather condidtions you can find different sail combination with her..




    Nice boat Ersin!
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    Woa, Cool boat. tree buoy how do we get you to post pictures?

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    Congrats, tree.

    Put your photos up on facebook or instagram (use them as the host) and then use the links to post them here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Figment View Post
    Congrats, tree.

    Put your photos up on facebook or instagram (use them as the host) and then use the links to post them here.
    There is no need to host pics elsewhere and link them here anymore. You can just post them here directly from your phone, tablet or computer.

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    say whaaaaaa?

    cool.
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    Couple cool pictures on this WBF thread:
    http://forum.woodenboat.com/showthre...oon-Yawl/page3

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    blue moon.jpglook at me... lol
    there she is in the craigs list ad.
    I live in tiverton ri
    she was at a salvage yard... saved her from the chain saw...
    its been a fun history project...
    oak frames and cedar planks...
    quite lovely...
    spoke with architect, builder and helper... so far.... would be nice to find owner
    it was built in Maryland...
    gilmer/ swain boat builder.... wow he is a big deal.... so cool....
    she's not just a boat but a time capsule…..
    Last edited by tree bouy; 08-09-2018 at 08:58 PM.

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    Swain does perfect work. Congrats on the rescue. A boat well worth restoring
    -Dave

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    I finally fiund the pics I took last winter. Here are a couple for those who are interested.

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    WOW! As well as being beautiful it looks like she's built Hell-for-stout!

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