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dont know, don't care. What I want to know is, is this the new Mac 26X?

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unique!!! oh contraire! LOL

 

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1 hour ago, Navig8tor said:

1/4 Tonner seem to recall Anticipation? Had those colours?

Ants was a 50' alloy boat - if you're talking about the NZ Anticipation

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6 minutes ago, 12 metre said:

Definitely not a QT or IOR boat of any type.

Best guess is a Wilderness 30, mainly due to the rounded bow stem

wilderness_30_sx_drawing.jpg

Yep, I think you're right. The brown trailer adds to the likelihood.

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1 minute ago, stinky said:

In the right neighborhood, but not quite.

Yeah, looks a little smaller than a 30'er, and the single axle trailer would suggest something smaller than 30'. The paint is awesome. Nice refinish.

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1 hour ago, 12 metre said:

Definitely not a QT or IOR boat of any type.

Best guess is a Wilderness 30, mainly due to the rounded bow stem

wilderness_30_sx_drawing.jpg

Strange how the bow profile differs in the two profile views. the interior view has got a very different bow rounding than the sailplan.

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4 minutes ago, Somebody Else said:

Did some short offshore races out of Tampa when the boat was new. Nice manners and fast enough... until Lindenberg came up with his 28 which was lighter, faster, and rated the same...

I was thinking of the Lindenberg 26, that bow profile is very close. But that seems to be a signature of this designer...

lindenberg_26_drawing.jpg

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1 hour ago, Pro looper said:

Stinky has got it right, built in Santa Cruz by Allen W. he used to be a partner of mine in SUMMERTIME the proto for the M-24

He bought it back from someone in TX. I think

PL

Any idea when Allen's going to launch it again?  

Last pics I saw it looked like he was pretty close to done with the deck layout.

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3 hours ago, stinky said:

Nellie Belle

 

Also looks a lot like "Loose" that lived on the Alameda estuary for years back in the 70s and 80s.

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I think it's ready he's just holding back the launch party because of C-vid, For the other guessers 

The boat was built Pre SC-27's I think it was 26' loa and 1650#  and yes that is a new keel he was looking for a carbon mast but I'm

not sure what he finally came up with

PL.

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48 minutes ago, Matagi said:

I was thinking of the Lindenberg 26, that bow profile is very close. But that seems to be a signature of this designer...

Except for the 28 and the rather oddly shaped 22, which I think was designed as a mini-Ton.

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The rounded bow is definitely a signature of some of the Danish double enders like the Grinde, which actually sail very well with a fairly modern for the day underbody.  Won't plane but has a nice motion upwind in a seaway.  Bow reminds me of Davidson's Black Magic IACC boat that demolished Prada.  Bow throws  a lot of spray but works and boat doesn't pitch a lot, seems well damped from the videos I've seen.

Grinde is very beamy at 10.5 ft on a 27 footer.  From the Stern, they look like a J/29 with the transom darted and tucked in.  Yeah, I know in the stern photo on the hard it doesn't look like it, but in a sailing video from aster, it reminded me very much of a J/29.

Actually, I've developed a strange fascination for the Grinde and would seriously look at buying one if one ever came up for sale on the West Coast. 

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3 hours ago, #13 said:

Also looks a lot like "Loose" that lived on the Alameda estuary for years back in the 70s and 80s.

Three Hulls were built off of the modified Pi plug. Loose was one of them. 1974

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4 hours ago, 12 metre said:

 

Except for the 28 and the rather oddly shaped 22, which I think was designed as a mini-Ton.

lindenberg_28_drawing.jpg

 

22.jpg

The rounded bow is definitely a signature of some of the Danish double enders like the Grinde, which actually sail very well with a fairly modern for the day underbody.  Won't plane but has a nice motion upwind in a seaway.  Bow reminds me of Davidson's Black Magic IACC boat that demolished Prada.  Bow throws  a lot of spray but works and boat doesn't pitch a lot, seems well damped from the videos I've seen.

Grinde is very beamy at 10.5 ft on a 27 footer.  From the Stern, they look like a J/29 with the transom darted and tucked in.  Yeah, I know in the stern photo on the hard it doesn't look like it, but in a sailing video from aster, it reminded me very much of a J/29.

Actually, I've developed a strange fascination for the Grinde and would seriously look at buying one if one ever came up for sale on the West Coast. 

sailing-boat-grinde-820-scanboat-picture-15911183.jpg

sailing-boat-grinde-820-scanboat-picture-15911185.jpg

The L22 mini toner was drawn by Bruce Kelley.

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14 hours ago, 12 metre said:

 

Except for the 28 and the rather oddly shaped 22, which I think was designed as a mini-Ton.

lindenberg_28_drawing.jpg

 

22.jpg

The rounded bow is definitely a signature of some of the Danish double enders like the Grinde, which actually sail very well with a fairly modern for the day underbody.  Won't plane but has a nice motion upwind in a seaway.  Bow reminds me of Davidson's Black Magic IACC boat that demolished Prada.  Bow throws  a lot of spray but works and boat doesn't pitch a lot, seems well damped from the videos I've seen.

Grinde is very beamy at 10.5 ft on a 27 footer.  From the Stern, they look like a J/29 with the transom darted and tucked in.  Yeah, I know in the stern photo on the hard it doesn't look like it, but in a sailing video from aster, it reminded me very much of a J/29.

Actually, I've developed a strange fascination for the Grinde and would seriously look at buying one if one ever came up for sale on the West Coast. 

sailing-boat-grinde-820-scanboat-picture-15911183.jpg

sailing-boat-grinde-820-scanboat-picture-15911185.jpg

Looks like Helen Keller did that bottom job

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42 minutes ago, fastyacht said:

Wanna see that running Haulover.

heheheh, that would be epic.

 

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I'm thinking 4th mode approach... 

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21 hours ago, bradshaw said:

Bob Miller design Ceil III

I was thinking the samething. That or rampage. Either way it is farking ugly.

But maybe it could be this...

No photo description available.

I know it isn't but I just wanted an excuse to show off the  boat paint porn on my boat.

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3 hours ago, LB 15 said:

I was thinking the samething. That or rampage. Either way it is farking ugly.

But maybe it could be this...

No photo description available.

I know it isn't but I just wanted an excuse to show off the  boat paint porn on my boat.

But then they would have to longboard the hull.

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22 hours ago, AnotherSailor said:

I love it when people just keep guessing after it has been answered already a couple of times.

I don’t see a pic anywhere of the so-called Nellie Belle, so why should we concern ourselves with it?

i’d say the bow rather looks like an Andre Mauric design.

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2 hours ago, Foredeck said:

I don’t see a pic anywhere of the so-called Nellie Belle, so why should we concern ourselves with it?

i’d say the bow rather looks like an Andre Mauric design.

You could just keep guessing...

Or go to post # 42, as already suggested.

I know, without having some sense of the SC history this thread might be a bit difficult to follow, but do some digging in the linked thread (in #42) and you will find info about the Pi 24, one of which (out of 3 ever built, I believe) is Nellie Belle.

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37 minutes ago, AnotherSailor said:

You could just keep guessing...

Or go to post # 42, as already suggested.

I know, without having some sense of the SC history this thread might be a bit difficult to follow, but do some digging in the linked thread (in #42) and you will find info about the Pi 24, one of which (out of 3 ever built, I believe) is Nellie Belle.

My bad, I had not realised this pic was of a pi24, and that there was a thread with several pics.

It is actually pretty nice…

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43 minutes ago, AnotherSailor said:

You could just keep guessing...

Or go to post # 42, as already suggested.

I know, without having some sense of the SC history this thread might be a bit difficult to follow, but do some digging in the linked thread (in #42) and you will find info about the Pi 24, one of which (out of 3 ever built, I believe) is Nellie Belle.

The only problem with it being Nellie Belle is that according to another thread , the order of builds of the Pi series was: Pi/Nellie Belle/#3/Loose and they provided pictures of what is claimed to be Loose.  As you can see, Loose has an outboard rudder.  But another thread has photos of what is most likely the boat in question and was located in Texas as of 2011.  It does not have an outboard rudder and the transom looks entirely different.  So while the SC guys should know, I'm still not entirely convinced.  Unless the photo below claimed to be of Loose is in fact not.

 

 

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16 hours ago, LB 15 said:

I was thinking the samething. That or rampage. Either way it is farking ugly.

But maybe it could be this...

No photo description available.

I know it isn't but I just wanted an excuse to show off the  boat paint porn on my boat.

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On 12/13/2020 at 4:51 PM, LB 15 said:

I was thinking the samething. That or rampage. Either way it is farking ugly.

But maybe it could be this...

No photo description available.

I know it isn't but I just wanted an excuse to show off the  boat paint porn on my boat.

Hmmmm looks like a Bashford Howison 41 aka Sydney 41...... Noice

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28 minutes ago, psyclone said:

Hmmmm looks like a Bashford Howison 41 aka Sydney 41...... Noice

It is indeed. The paint job was part of my massive over capitalising refit. Hull and bottom back to the glass, new motor, new standing and running rigging, new fridge, respray and re-varnish down below and all new bunk cushions. Money well spent on a 25 year old boat.

I am thinking of a new career as a investment advisor.

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2 hours ago, LB 15 said:

It is indeed. The paint job was part of my massive over capitalising refit. Hull and bottom back to the glass, new motor, new standing and running rigging, new fridge, respray and re-varnish down below and all new bunk cushions. Money well spent on a 25 year old boat.

I am thinking of a new career as a investment advisor.

Specialising in tax minimisation.....

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10 hours ago, Matagi said:

They ARE the torpedo...

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I was about 100 meters astern of her on an X44 when that photo was taken at Cowes week. With my despise of bowman, I just knew I had to own one myself one day. We have stuck mine in a few times as well. I guess I just need a few more fat cunts hanging around back in the members stand with me. 

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8 minutes ago, LB 15 said:

I was about 100 meters astern of her on an X44 when that photo was taken at Cowes week. With my despise of bowman, I just knew I had to own one myself one day. We have stuck mine in a few times as well. I guess I just need a few more fat cunts hanging around back in the members stand with me. 

I'd be happy to help ;) 

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On 12/11/2020 at 11:19 AM, 12 metre said:

Definitely not a QT or IOR boat of any type.

Best guess is a Wilderness 30, mainly due to the rounded bow stem

wilderness_30_sx_drawing.jpg

Nah, the bow of Special Edition is more plumb and fuller than the boat in the photo. (at least thats what I remember - been a long time since I visited the boat)

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On 12/12/2020 at 9:51 PM, LB 15 said:

I was thinking the samething. That or rampage. Either way it is farking ugly.

But maybe it could be this...

No photo description available.

I know it isn't but I just wanted an excuse to show off the  boat paint porn on my boat.

You should tell your painters to get better PPE

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