My Project

dwnhmr

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My Project, with help from talented people along the way. 36 foot Ciff Alley built in 1971, Rebuilt 2005 - 08, now my "picnic cruiser"

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Eastporter

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Sold- 20' Eastporter (Rebuilt 2011) 22' Pearson Ensign
Impressive work on an old wood boat. I like the beautiful woodwork you did on the pilothouse. Did you fiberglass over the wood or keep it original?
 

dwnhmr

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Someone more talented than me did the house. No glass over wood. Though decks are, to keep fresh water out.
 

RAMPAGE88

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Isn't this the boat featured at the end of Virginia Thorndikes Downeaster book ? classy ride
 

Frigate

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Shinnecock Inlet, NY
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38' Duffy/Flower
When it comes to boats: Wood is good and steel is real, but you can wrap my ass in fiberglass!

Yes Yes Bub
 

traditions

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38 Holland
The last time I saw her ,she was in Camden in pretty hard shape,nice to see her fixed up.I see you kept the big trunk windows.I dont remember the stem not being cut off.Did you have to put in a top piece?
 

dwnhmr

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The stem has been like that for quite a while, I know the fellow who replaced it after a encounter with a stone pier. Some time ago..
 

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