1970's Stauter Built Boat.

by Kyle Hudson
(Oxford, MS)

Early 1970's Stauter Built boat.



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Jeopardy

by Ian Garforth
(Bristol, UK)

Jeopardy - Comes from French ieu parti, "(evenly) divided game" (from Latin jocus partitus, "divided game"), referring originally to chess, in which the chances of winning and losing are balanced.

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M/V “Bold Venture”

by Keith McCauley
(Bonney Lake, WA)

M/V “Bold Venture” is a 1956 Youngquist Viking 36



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Clean Machine !
by: Harry

A very clean machine Keith.

Very nice boat.





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Maltese “Firilla”

by Silvano Vassallo
(MARSASCALA)

This is what Maltese call firilla.

She is a 100 year old carvel built traditional wooden boat.

It was restored 40 years ago by our most master builder Giuzeppi Maniscalcolo, known as Tal- pittur.

He is now retired and owns a 35 foot wooden fishing boat built by himself and is now for sale.

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54ft ‘one off’ designed by Otto Ranft

by Barry Plimmer
(British Columbia)

Some of the areas in need of repair

54ft ‘one off’ designed by Otto Ranft and built in 1948

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Very Beary II

by Wojo
(Lakebay, WA)

1956 18' plywood boat ....original set up

Dismounted both gas tanks...trying to find the best spot for two seats

Working on inboard Atomic 25HP....valves were stuck in guides....but also needs carb, and gas pump rebuild.

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Trinity

by Ian Lott
(Plymouth, Devon, UK)

This boat does float but taken it out for a complete refit and paint job, its never had a paint job since 1969.

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