36' BHM by Flye Point Marine

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This was one of the original 1/2 page ads by Flye Point Marine to advertise the 36' BHM in the National Fisherman's Boat Pages. When I first saw this boat, I had to have it.

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The sweetest BHM 36' I ever saw was the Supplement, a red-hulled beast with a full tower & pulpit. Used to see her all over the Cape, from Harwich Port to Bass River up to Sesuit. I heard she ran up on a ledge and sank a few years back though.
 

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What's the difference between the 32' and 36' besides length and width? I know a 32 BHM when I see one but the 36's throw me off, some H&H's have me convinced they are a BHM.
 

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The owner of the boat in the ad is my uncle, it was a great boat, I will never forget it!
 

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The owner of the boat in the ad is my uncle, it was a great boat, I will never forget it!

It is still a great boat. I bought it from Billy in 1994 and it has been successfully dredging crabs and catching tuna since. I repowered it and only have 800 hours on a new Cat and Twin Disc.

Hope Billy and family is well. I've got to give him a call. A nicer guy to buy a boat from you could not meet.
 

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Hey Ron! i rember seeing $upplement in gloustaa. Please see if ya can find that pic. Really nice boat porn...real pin up girl! lol:p
 

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Here is one of the pictures I had. Its a scan of 20 year old picture so the quality is not perfect.

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Supplement was my brother in laws boat, Bob Kelleher. It was moored down the Cape in Bass Harbor which was the principal home. It would sometimes end up at a slip in Sesuit when the fish were on the other side. The skiff was named Estimate and is still in my other brother in law Don's yard. I loved running that boat, stuck a few fish with it, had a great time with my kids on it who are now engineers on tugs and in LE. It had a 3406 Cat and was rated at 540 HP. It was layed out with four buns forward, a small counter with microwave and a head with a shower. She had a raised engine box and a big ass cockpit. The slush tank was big and Keith put in a Pacer pump with a tri valve. It could be used as a washdown pump, puump out the fish box and finally as an emergency bilge pump. The tuna door had a ramp on it and the tower had a nice awning for those hot days. The stand was about 24 or 26' can;t quite remember and Bill Charpalas who some have seen on the EZDUZIT and shark week had a lot to do with the design and ran it often haveing some very good days.

Unfortunately it was sold to a guy in Norwood and Greg Gibbs ran her for a bit out of Marshfield and Plymouth. In late December or January the new owner took it to Fairhaven or shall I say was taking it and hit a ledge at 17 knots. Needless to say he was lucky to be rescued and she sank. I was still in the CG at the time and when I heard the news I was sick to my stomach along with some other members of my family. I might have some pics here that I can dig up but I don't have a scanner. I will see what I can do about getting a few posted. Netherless in my opinion it was a great build by the guys at Otis Enterprises and not sure how old Travis was at the time but also involved.

Dave
 

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Bill,

Welcome aboard, I did not know that was you till I was talking to Don. I am sure you can dig up some more photos out of the albulm.

Dave
 
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