- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "alert2paint" <alert2paint@...> wrote:
>Well, I just saw one last week, in Maple Bay, BC (Canada, Vancouver Island, SE coast). I'm
> Has anyone (else) built a Bolger Manatee? Is Jim Melcher's ALERT the only one? Would
> enjoy seeing another--Jim
pretty darn sure it's a copy of Alert/Manatee. It's called "Yellow Fin" or "Yellow Fir" and it
motored right by me as I was anchoring, much to my slack jawed amazement! You could have
knocked me over with a feather. I managed to gasp out "Is, is that Manatee??!," but they
denied it. They did confirm the PCB origin, though - not that that was ever in doubt.
Later I kayaked over to where it was moored, in a drying basin, and took some pics - I'll
My quick search of the forum revealed only this older post - sorry if this is old news. It's new
- Moccasin!!! Thats even better. Its my all time favorite Bolger. I would
love to see, touch and drool on one.
Dave Gentry wrote:
> My bad, I meant Moccasin, not Manatee. I got them confused. Clearly I need to start carrying
> those books around with me . . . .
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