Discussion in 'Downeast Boat Pictures' started by El Mar, Sep 2, 2011.
Thank you for the reply.....Love the boat !!!!
Happy Flag Day!!!
And a great day it is!
"Backstabber" in Surry, Maine
O. M. G. / WOW /HOLY MOLY....what a BOAT !!!!!
That's a great name for a stick boat!
Miss Elaine fishing off of Nomands Island on Father’s Day. What a beauty!
Somebody has been sneaking up on a Lot of Tuna. Cost of boat,fuel, maintenance, etc. minus the sale of Tuna over a ten year period = 2,000,000.00 negative money. That is a very modest figure over a ten year period. Then you have the depreciation write down. That's where it gets exciting to the upper tier of the money makers.
Good Stickin !!!, and GOD BLESS those who have found a better way. They surely keep many people employed. That is a beast of a boat.
You should see the sonar system on it. Was on it last summer when it was on the hard.
My fathers 28
. Looks like "Kill Shot" minus the stand and tower of course.
Newman and Gray are having a launch event for "Moonshot" on the 4th of July. This is the DE hybrid with twin pod thingy things.
Came across a nice Fortier and a nice Dyer today on the CT River. Then there was the blow boat name change......a classic for sure. Live & learn!
A nice looking Portland visitor in Marblehead harbor this past weekend.
Anybody know the hull? Gotta be around 50ft. Perfect lines
That looks like an aluminum house?
It's Glass over wood hull and deck, The House is Aluminum, used to be one of Capt Leroy's party boats. Lives in Cuttyhunk,
it sure looks like aluminum to me, the stains,the handholds, etc.