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 Post subject: Holiday meets Timshel
PostPosted: 20 Feb 2019 09:12 
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Here at Lee Stocking Island in the Exumas. Really cool to meet others from the owners forum out here. Timshel hull is a beautiful blue!


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 Post subject: Re: Holiday meets Timshel
PostPosted: 20 Feb 2019 10:07 
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Good stuff, their boat hull color is great looking. They're good guys as well. We're just north of Monument Beach. We have green canvas, stop by. Good beaches up this way. Think we have four T37 and a dark hull T38 in the harbor. If you need anything give us a shout-out.

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 Post subject: Re: Holiday meets Timshel
PostPosted: 20 Feb 2019 13:09 
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Will do! We're thinking we'll head that way Monday at the latest.

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 Post subject: Re: Holiday meets Timshel
PostPosted: 16 Apr 2019 09:53 
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Thanks for the compliments guys.
Timshel back at Vero Beach ,hauling at Indiantown on 25th. It was good to meet Walt and Lisa on Puffcard and Zac and Lindy on Holliday, alsoBrock on Silver Star,Doran on White Top, Peter on Yawateg and Bill on Tenacious.
Comparing boats I see later ones have a 2” step up to the fore peak,which we actually found to be a 2” lower cabin sole.This required moving engine water intake back to have clearance. I wonder what hull # this change took place?
Boat performed well,we left lake Champlain Sept 9, and the only breakage was the forward cabin light ( the only one I hadn’t replaced).
A small mod I did worked well, a opening port in the quarterberth, light and air. I will post photo. The binnacle, I rebuilt and had repowdercoated, in a moment of madness I said “ do it red”. It looks good, even the Edson tech rep likes it.


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