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Amati

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Lake windermere
Windermere


clipper bow with a box on the end?  Some things never change…

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Here is an all electric launch designed by Tim Nolan.  Easy and quiet cruising at sailboat speeds of 5-6 knots and clean wake.  WOT it can do 7.2 knots with a huge wake.  Range of 40+ miles.  Bow opens and a ramp can help guests onboard from a beach.  

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kimbottles

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Having engaged him for the engineering on The Sliver Project I can attest to how clever Tim Nolan is when it comes to marine design. He is my go-to guy for everything marine engineering.

 

billy backstay

Backstay, never bought a suit, never went to Vegas
I might just have to put a 5hp Johnson outboard on the laser and lay on the foredeck to steer!m like tgeikd days! 
 

Garveys are like a Rolls Royce down here…


Being from New England, I had never heard of "Garvey's" that I recall?  Funny thing, I recall less and less as time goes by!  

Google says they are from the Great Lakes, and shame on me, there are some on exhibit at the nearby Mystic Seaport Museum!!  The square scow bow reminds me of the local work, and fishing boats designed and built by Earl Brockway in Old Saybrook, CT.  Earl passed many years ago, but you still see some of his old scows plying the local waterways.....

 

fastyacht

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Being from New England, I had never heard of "Garvey's" that I recall?  Funny thing, I recall less and less as time goes by!  

Google says they are from the Great Lakes, and shame on me, there are some on exhibit at the nearby Mystic Seaport Museum!!  The square scow bow reminds me of the local work, and fishing boats designed and built by Earl Brockway in Old Saybrook, CT.  Earl passed many years ago, but you still see some of his old scows plying the local waterways.....
Garvey is a south Jersey native. But ys Brokaway sim.

 




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