Discussion in 'Downeast Boat Pictures' started by El Mar, Sep 2, 2011.
Glad you made it down there Tom !
Thanks Steve! Boat hauled nicely, little scary at first but it rode well.
Here’s a couple more boats in the area!
And a pic with my wife, you can get a little perspective of the boat.
And by the way, for the naysayers, yes you can get a bhm to go fast and sip fuel.....
On the back of a trailer
must have been a little different than the 25 going to alaska on a trailer bub.
Lol, you can say that again Steve! Every time I looked in the mirror I was reaching for the toilet paper!
Lorry took the pic, proof that they’re Not slow at all. I’ll give you a buz tomorrow, I’ve got a question or two.
Tom - I took a picture of The Coastal Queen a few years ago when she was at the Mystic Seaport. The same shot as well! Looks like someone added a port hole in the bow since then.
It's a small world in the boating community.
Equipment still all nice and shiny on that Wesmac.
Good to see they are keeping it clean.
What a beautiful vessel, I’ll have to look up the history on the old gal, I’m sure theirs some interesting history!
The inter web is an amazing thing!
1928 Custom COASTAL QUEEN Oyster Buy Boat Power Boat For Sale -
32 H&H Pretty much completed
love to see some more of that beauty
Second one: Portsmouth?
Is that cupholder on the Stidd an available accessory, or built into the armrest? I definitely could use 2 of those.
Yeah. It was a real hu
mp pulling new cables and ripping all the old stuff out.
Chet who makes your roof hatch?
Its a bomar hatch. Tinted too.
Brothers 29 H&H, dads 28 NB and my 22. I made this mast for my brothers 29. Used the excess inch and a half nida from my stringers. Top front platform is for a mini durabrite.
I saw this when we had our 13' whaler over at Westerly last summer. Look familiar? ^^^^^ If it's who I think it is, I would have stopped to say hi if I had known.
Should’ve stopped in for sure! Both my brother and dad keep their boats at this marina. That’s my brothers buddy who he tuna fishes with often, must have been fueling up for a run.