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Scott Dunsworth last won the day on October 30 2015

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  1. 1976 Catalina 22 swing keel. This boat was sanded epoxy primed and painted with 2 part poly. Standing rigging is very good and all lines are new. Trailer was rebuilt with the exception of paint, including a new heavier duty axle. A lot of sails come with it (5). It has been sitting in covered storage for 5 years so it does need cleaned up a bit. Swim ladder, 9.9 runs great, completely rewired by a electrician, new swing keel cable. This boat has the pop top with canvas. Heavy built Bimini from Catalina Direct. $5500 Scott 812-686-8441
  2. I'm going to love keeping up with this adventure. I have spent a lot of time at Oak Island NC where Graham is at now, love the place when its not prime time. Hope he really enjoys himself on this trip. Scott
  3. The longest trip I made with my Belhaven I ever got to do was 275 miles. I loved every minute of it! I know you will love it. Take a lot of pictures and keep a log, it would make a great story for Small Craft Advisor mag. Scott
  4. Those look really nice Chick. I like the leathers, the new sail track shouldn't dig into those.
  5. Not this year, but maybe Grahams mess-about.
  6. As always Chic very professional looking.
  7. I'm going to have to throw together another Belhaven so I quit missing out on these outings!
  8. Very nice, Hope you both kick B>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>. down there.
  9. Call me a big girl but I wouldn't want any air flow from the anchor locker, with the sea bed smell filling the cabin. Scott
  10. Looks very nice and the color is perfect :)
  11. I used for my Belhaven masts. You can get 3.5 with .125 wall the next section 2.75 with .065 wall and the last 2.5 with .065 wall. Shipping was cheap also. Scott
  12. Chick Don't make them, if you do you will eventually be tempted to use them. Oars are a horrible invention for modern times. Never touch one or look at one with lustful eyes. There are curses that come with them, like aching muscles and the very liberal thought that no smoke from an engine is good, plus many more unpleasing things. Run from the evil desire to build such a horrible device and embrace an Evinrude!!!!!! The smell of burnt oil is much more pleasant than the thought of killing thy liver with Advil. Scott
  13. Looks very nice and the color is perfect. Scott
  14. Where did you get this old paint from? I have mixed some really chunked up stuff before with the drill, like Par said, might take awhile.
  15. Randy the bilge keel will be difficult to add to your boat and get the so called tripod feature Graham talks about on the B&B website. I built the keel a few inches deeper than the plans, there is an extra 3/4 inch of wood and about another inch of lead ballast. Counting the centerboard the lead ballast is right at 350 lbs instead of the standard 250lbs. This few inches deeper makes the centerboard come up short a few inches when its retracted. Look under the boat and you will see what I am talking about. I have had the tide leave me high and dry a few times without any issues other then leaning over a few inches, not that big of a deal to me. Scott