Discussion in 'Downeast Boat Builders (25 Ft+)' started by GLA, Mar 18, 2016.
home to Portsmouth last night.
I will be back up Bangor/Ellsworth in a couple of weeks.
Billlllll, what are you thinking, new or used? If you are going back up it must be something that is going to be launched for sea trial. Call me, Steve.
Steve, calm down.
I bought a business competitor in Maine. One of the branches is in Ellsworth...ALL business trip.
I was going to take a ride to Steuben before I came back home last evening...maybe next trip
Geezzz, don't steal that one or Linda will be on your case.
I was on Backstabber Monday. It’s absolutely incredible!!!
Here she is. Check out the wiring!!
That is the kind of boat That I would have to sit and take 15 minutes or or to make a check list when I commission it. Lots of systems to go thru.
That is a biggggg boat. We have a 50 here and it is massive when on the hard.
Offshore was the boat on the property next to the boat ramp?
Beautiful boat, can't imagine the man hours, start to finish that went into building her. I was aboard Backstabber in Wesmac's yard last August, very impressive.
Yes it was
I think Steve purchased that land so he didn't have to keep asking the town permission to temporally store the boats there while they did the final touches.
Amazing boat, I really wish they fish the ever living piss out of it. The owner should be very proud as well as all the guys at wesmac.
That rudder is HUGE! Amazing boat.
Amazing. I wonder if that stern thruster will stand a chance at moving that huge keel.
Anyone see any pics of the interior? They only have drawings on the Wesmac site.
That overhead extension on the cabin looks great! It looks so good....you don't even notice it till you really pick the boat apart.
Watched him get a fish next to me today.
He was docked over here a few days ago, so I can take a few guesses on his location
Hell, just turn the radar on and look for the biggest biat.,