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Re: Lapstrake Chebacco at CWB

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  • TRolaDIK@hotmail.com
    Say Tom, Is this it; http://www.boat-links.com/PT/PT2001/Jerome-1.jpg http://www.boat-links.com/PT/PT2001/Jerome-2.jpg if so, read more at;
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 6, 2001
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      Say Tom,
      Is this it;

      http://www.boat-links.com/PT/PT2001/Jerome-1.jpg
      http://www.boat-links.com/PT/PT2001/Jerome-2.jpg

      if so, read more at;

      http://www.chebacco.com

      in the Old Artcles;
      Cebacco News #28(Jerome McIlvanie makes
      progress), and Cebacco News #8(Another Lapstrake Chebacco).

      Patrick


      --- In bolger@y..., tom <tkremer@s...> wrote:
      > I had a few extra hours while visiting Seattle yesterday so I went
      down
      > to the Center for Wooden Boats. Tied to a float there was a
      lapstrake
      > Chebacco with the fairest deck and cabin top, the most flawless
      fillets
      > and the most professional looking anti-skid and high gloss painted
      > finish that I have ever seen on a wooden boat. I am sure that most
      > people walking by assume it is a high quality production fiberglass
      boat.
      >
      > So my questions are... who built it? and what did they have to
      give up
      > in order to gain such unnatural earthly powers?
      >
      > Tom K
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