Nic 35 in Latitude
- The Nicholson 35 mentioned in Latitude was an aluminum hulled IOR boat.
I think maybe a one-off 35 foot Nicholson rather than a Nicholson 35.
In other news, I am currently doing an interior overhaul of Liberty
(hull 21). We are replacing the upholstered overhead and cabin carlins
with more traditional wood. I have stripped the vinyl off the bulkheads
and replacing it with paint. The result of the update is to make the
interior more classic, if that is possible. I will post pictures when
the project is completed. Then, I will strip the existing woodwork
and refinish it. I plan on re-doing the propane system by hanging new
aluminum tanks off the stern pulpit. I plan on replacing the NECO
autopilot with a W-H autopilot, and replacing the Vallient water heater
with a showermate by Precision temp. I would also like to replace the
toe-rails with aluminum, if feasible. Iona (I think), on one of the
other members is working on it. What cross section are you considering
and how do you plan on adapting it to the varying width of the rail?
The rebuilt Perkins 4-107 is now running like a top. Matt painted the
motor white so leaks would be more apparent. Next, remove the teak
decks. They are too worn to hold caulking. Congratulation to Montauk
on the salvage and welcome to the prospective new owner. These are
wonderful sailboats and will give you a lifetime of pleasure and
Sort of a "when is a CN35 NOT a CN35"?
So what is it? Did C&N make such a boat simultaneous to the Nich 35 we all know and love?
Confused in La Paz MX
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