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  • Christopher C. Wetherill
    The very same. I grew up knocking around in a variety of boats. Used a lot of shear pins over the years. My Dad s 30 Dickerson at 3.5 feet draft (IIRC) was
    Message 1 of 35 , Jun 10, 2008
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      The very same. I grew up knocking around in a variety of boats. Used a
      lot of shear pins over the years. My Dad's 30' Dickerson at 3.5 feet
      draft (IIRC) was as deep a keel as I would want to run there for any
      length of time.

      Gene Tehansky wrote:
      > Are you talking about the Sassafrass up north in the Chesapeake? Was
      > up there last fall after the Annapolis boat show. We had rebuilt out
      > club Luders 44, an old Naval Academy boat. We showed it at the boat
      > show then went up north for a week or so. Spent 2 nights on the
      > Sassafrass, one at anchor and one in Georgetown I think it was. We
      > enjoyed it very much. We drew 6 foot and a few inches and paid
      > strict attention to all markers!
      >
      >
      >


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    • Christopher C. Wetherill
      The very same. I grew up knocking around in a variety of boats. Used a lot of shear pins over the years. My Dad s 30 Dickerson at 3.5 feet draft (IIRC) was
      Message 35 of 35 , Jun 10, 2008
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        The very same. I grew up knocking around in a variety of boats. Used a
        lot of shear pins over the years. My Dad's 30' Dickerson at 3.5 feet
        draft (IIRC) was as deep a keel as I would want to run there for any
        length of time.

        Gene Tehansky wrote:
        > Are you talking about the Sassafrass up north in the Chesapeake? Was
        > up there last fall after the Annapolis boat show. We had rebuilt out
        > club Luders 44, an old Naval Academy boat. We showed it at the boat
        > show then went up north for a week or so. Spent 2 nights on the
        > Sassafrass, one at anchor and one in Georgetown I think it was. We
        > enjoyed it very much. We drew 6 foot and a few inches and paid
        > strict attention to all markers!
        >
        >
        >


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