Westlawn Grey-Dawn series?

by Scotty
(Duram, New Hampshire, USA)

I am told she is a "Westlawn,,,,Grey-Dawn series ,, 40 ft ketch"

Please help...

Just trying to find any information that might be out there,, on this boat..

I have not had much success searching online..

Just got her and she needs a lot of work

Thanks for anything.

My E-mail address is (flyboy796c_2004@yahoo.com)

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My Grey Dawn
by: PAUL

I submitted an article to the DIY blog and it was posted today.

Take a look.

I am very proud of her
I also have some design info from articles that appeared in the Rudder during the '20s.

If intrested, Let me know and I can e-mail copies to you. My e-mail: mdodgemelcher@bellsouth.net

Paul


Grey dawn
by: Anonymous

She was built by my grandfather.

Not a production boat.

She was what they call a converted lifeboat with cork floatations built into the sides.

I don't think it is the boat you describe.

Regards anyway and thanks for the response.



Grey Dawn by Westlawn
by: Hal

I saw your posting on https://www.diy-wood-boat.com/westlawn-greydawn-series.html

40 odd years ago, I owned a grey dawn 42' ketch designed by Westlawn.

It might have been the same boat.

It was named "Sundrift" at the time.

V-bottom, nearly flat, with a centerboard and lots of interior space.

If it is the same boat I may have some info for you.

Can you send me a picture of her?

Please let me know.

Hal Tweedy
hal@dreambiggercoaching.com


Grey Dawn
by: Colin Jones

My uncle had a converted lifeboat called Grey Dawn.

She was Ketch-rigged and had cork floats on either side.

She was from Barry, S. Glam. Jonescan55@yahoo.ca



Photos of Her
by: Mike

It might help I you could add some photos of her.

If you want to add some photographs to your original post you can email them to me at mike@diy-wood-boat.com as attachments and I can do any resizing etc add them for you.


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