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4 hours ago, 255 said:

Wavelength 30 prototype or production deck removed?  The stem is distinctive. 

That's the original proto- the production boats were tooled from that hull I think. Lindenberg Yachts built the deck tool used on the production version. 

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7 hours ago, Somebody Else said:

Not for me.

Sounds like a personal problem.

Not that personal. In the old forum, we’ve already zoomed it in to iPhones in portrait mode, no matter what browser (I had it on a 6s and an SE, Firefox or Safari). It goes away if you rotate your phone. Thought it would be solved with the upgrade but it didn’t. 

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Remember it well from early 80s SORC. Not sure which year because I was well in my partying days, Kind of a Blur, it rated  about 28.5 or 29. Higher than a lot of 36 to 39 footers at that time.

The St Pete to Ft L leg it passed a lot of bigger boats, heard it was a wild ride.

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1 hour ago, Ventilo said:

Remember it well from early 80s SORC. Not sure which year because I was well in my partying days, Kind of a Blur, it rated  about 28.5 or 29. Higher than a lot of 36 to 39 footers at that time.

The St Pete to Ft L leg it passed a lot of bigger boats, heard it was a wild ride.

It was 1980

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On 3/11/2021 at 7:59 PM, 255 said:

Wavelength 30 prototype or production deck removed?  The stem is distinctive. 

Almost has a Lee Creekmore look to it.

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The first response is correct. The boat has been kept in excellent condition for MANY years ( contrary to some speculation ). Actively sailed/raced by Ray Burke Sr. and his sons for decades. It is a fixture at our club.Beautiful at the dock or under way.

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