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About Trendsetter

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  • Birthday 01/06/1977

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  1. looks like an average boat yard to me? well until the local fire dept shows up and says they need a clear 10' path to that back building
  2. Those are the rates for the season, which is about 4-5 months long for most people. Half of my customers don't even show up to there boat until Memorial day and are done with it at the latest Labor Day.... I hate to think how much per weekend of boat use its costing!
  3. "most expensive slip in the city"...only $3500?!?!?! thats crazy cheap!!! Sign me up for two of them at that price. I said most expensive MARINA That is for a 24' slip. The boat is a San Juan 24. A berth for a 35' costs just shy of 8 grand a year, a 45' is 12 grand. That's $18 - $22 per foot. Anyone know of any more expensive places to park a boat? Well here in New England IF they have docks they aren't cheap, my yard starts at $225.00 a foot and goes up to $260.00 a foot with a 30' minimum charge,and no I am not missing the decimal point! This is a nice yard but
  4. "most expensive slip in the city"...only $3500?!?!?! thats crazy cheap!!! Sign me up for two of them at that price.
  5. I have about 3-5" of ice off the transom of my boat right about now.....
  6. Newspaper in the layup? No. Down in the bilge? Yes! I swear after the built the hulls in some of the trawlers they just swept everything in the keel/bilge area and then just poured resin over the whole mess. Screws, wire bits, paper, food... I have seen it all!
  7. That one defied all my attempts at admiration, but I think it needs a good mocking. How about, needs a rudder? Or two? And a place to put it/them? And a bath. Or just a backhoe, chainsaw, and dumpster. I see boats like this and I wonder how the hell they made it across the pond? Someone certainly didn't pay to ship it over did they? Someone couldn't of carried this "line" of boats in hopes that it was the next big thing???
  8. So a jet ski hull and two wind surfers make up the entire "hull" of this... Thing.. And a outboard strapped to the back. I kinda want to see it in the water in use
  9. http://annapolis.craigslist.org/boa/4586889529.html its in Deale... Nuff said!
  10. What no love for Solstice getting fifth in class in the multi hull fleet? I know there where only six boats but first year for the entire crew to sail together let alone on a Tri..
  11. well since he owns the yard, i guess it is costing him nothing to keep it around...
  12. Was it an orange one? John has owned her since new I think. The motor has been totally tore down and in boxes. A true basket case. Everyone once in a while he would climb up on her drain her out. just go down to deal and take pictures in any of the yards.. they are all full of forgotten dreams and hopes. all dead, all zombies! At least you saved your boat from the virus that seems to infect that creek... Nod, nod. There was another Pearson 30 right next to mine, that was pretty far gone when I bought her. I really should go back and see if I can buy the spars and some fitting
  13. just go down to deal and take pictures in any of the yards.. they are all full of forgotten dreams and hopes. all dead, all zombies! At least you saved your boat from the virus that seems to infect that creek...
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