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Speaking of Downeasters, What does yours look like???

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SomedayCame


Joined: 04/04/2004
Posts: 660
Location: Where the fish are!!!
 posted 02/25/2008 05:42 PM  

1989 26' Fortier, TAMD41A 200hp Volvo Diesel - 1750hrs, 10ft beam, draws 30", 2nd owner, 2 more years and we go bigger...32ft - 35ft

1988 19' Seaway C/C, 2002 90hp Evinrude Ficht, new in 2006, Draws 10" with motor up, 3rd owner...






Capt. Brad Ries
SOMEDAY CAME CHARTERS
Shinnecock, NY
Fish Today...Brag Tomorrow!!!
WWW.somedaycamecharters.Com
 
midcoastfishing


Joined: 01/31/2006
Posts: 127
Location: Bucksport, Maine
 posted 02/25/2008 06:22 PM  

SomedayCame, great looking boatsup

Heres my 21' 1971 Repco the F/V JENNY G.







www.mainebuggin.com A documentary on Lobstering in Maine

In Cod We Trusted
 
Frigate


Joined: 05/08/2005
Posts: 421
Location: Shinnecock, NY
 posted 02/25/2008 07:04 PM  

2005 38' Duffy/Flower's. 800HP, 575gal. of fuel, 2375lb. below deck fish hole and 15' of cockpit. More pictures in the Downeaster thread.

First picture is the boat arriving at the finisher. Pictures two to four are at Gamages before we brought the boat home.






 
geosushi

Joined: 03/21/2006
Posts: 55
 posted 02/25/2008 07:12 PM  

28' Crowley/Beal 220 HP John Deere


 
oneblitzen


Joined: 12/23/2004
Posts: 855
Location: Wickford
 posted 02/25/2008 07:21 PM  

Here are a few boats that I have owned.
Shot 1- 1968 30 REPCO before I rebuilt the house.
Shot 2- With the new house.
Shot 3- 1990 28 Wayne Beal.
Shot 4- The new boat, A Flowers Boatworks 36






Flowers 36 and a 575 CAT.
 
blackdiamond296


Joined: 02/06/2003
Posts: 159
Location: Baldwin Harbor, NY
 posted 02/25/2008 07:26 PM  

SomedayCame wrote:

1989 26' Fortier, TAMD41A 200hp Volvo Diesel - 1750hrs, 10ft beam, draws 30", 2nd owner, 2 more years and we go bigger...32ft - 35ft

Brad- great rig, I'll add in what i can...Wink

1982 26' Fortier, 240hp Yanmar Diesel, approx 800hrs, custom radar arch and hardtop by Atlantic Towers, custom tackle center by Arragoni.

...no rear controls for you Brad?



 
togilator


Joined: 10/28/2006
Posts: 2523
Location: ON THE CHUNK !!!
 posted 02/25/2008 07:36 PM  

HEY GUYS CAN SOMEONE ANSWER THIS.I have fished on and seen many different beal boats.Osmond beal,Wayne beal,Willis beal,Crowley beal and others I believe.Is one the hull maker and the other the finisher?I have always wondered.

Geo sushi sweet ride looks bigger than 28'
 
clementine


Joined: 02/27/2005
Posts: 1423
Location: at the helm
 posted 02/25/2008 07:45 PM  

Grover

26' grover 120 lehman ford diesel, 8.5' beam
Sort of a Downeast- really a box keel seabright style skiff.





Sam
"You can't fix stupid."
 
oneblitzen


Joined: 12/23/2004
Posts: 855
Location: Wickford
 posted 02/25/2008 07:48 PM  

[quote=togilator]HEY GUYS CAN SOMEONE ANSWER THIS.I have fished on and seen many different beal boats.Osmond beal,Wayne beal,Willis beal,Crowley beal and others I believe.Is one the hull maker and the other the finisher?I have always wondered.

The people you have named are the designers and builders but not all of their boats are finished by them. My 28 Wayne Beal was designed by Calvin Beal and built by Wayne Beal and finished by Alan Johnson of AJ Enterprises.
My Flowers 36 is designed by Spencer Lincoln and built and finished by Flowers Boatworks.
Calvin Beal designs and builds his own boats but can only finish so many boats so you see a lot of his hull finished by other poeple.
Hope this helps.


Flowers 36 and a 575 CAT.

This post edited by oneblitzen 07:51 PM 02/25/2008
 
togilator


Joined: 10/28/2006
Posts: 2523
Location: ON THE CHUNK !!!
 posted 02/25/2008 08:04 PM  

upThanks Oneblitzen
 
tunaorlater

Joined: 11/22/2004
Posts: 2659
Location: sayville
 posted 02/25/2008 08:14 PM  

36 Northern Bay
610hp Volvo
And all kinds of other crap!!



 
tunaorlater

Joined: 11/22/2004
Posts: 2659
Location: sayville
 posted 02/25/2008 08:17 PM  

Floyd, What kind of speed do you get out of her? Never realized how Built Down that hull was, she must be a beast in a good sea.
 
SomedayCame


Joined: 04/04/2004
Posts: 660
Location: Where the fish are!!!
 posted 02/25/2008 08:34 PM  

blackdiamond296...

The original owner didn't want them??? I do like that hard-top on you rig...My Bimini is on order, brand new to match the boot-stripe, Dark Brown.. She is a fixed bimini that never comes down and with extra height for plenty of headroom..

Frigate,I remember the Cape Dory before the new ride.. I'll be seeing more of you this summer, I'm bringing her back to Shinnecock for the summer months and then Montauk again for the Fall Run..

Midcoast...She came out really nice lookin'. I believe you posted pics of her when you first picked her up...on a trailer? Nice work!!!

What more can you say about the classic lines of a Groverbuilt!!!

geosushi...was that pulpit an add-on or original??..looking to add one for the new windlass this season, also a great looking rig!!

Great pics guys!!! never get tired of lookin' at them


Capt. Brad Ries
SOMEDAY CAME CHARTERS
Shinnecock, NY
Fish Today...Brag Tomorrow!!!
WWW.somedaycamecharters.Com
 
blackdiamond296


Joined: 02/06/2003
Posts: 159
Location: Baldwin Harbor, NY
 posted 02/25/2008 09:10 PM  

SomedayCame wrote:

The original owner didn't want them??? I do like that hard-top on you rig...My Bimini is on order, brand new to match the boot-stripe, Dark Brown.. She is a fixed bimini that never comes down and with extra height for plenty of headroom..

Weird!!! I mean, why on earth wouldn't you want it?! surprise

I know of someone else who bought one used without it and got a conversion kit from Fortier to add it in himself. Its an easy job if you have cable steering, a little more involved with hydraulic thou...

The hardtop is nice, allowed us to mount the FF on it with a Navpod and use some eisenglass on the front section...



 
Frigate


Joined: 05/08/2005
Posts: 421
Location: Shinnecock, NY
 posted 02/25/2008 09:29 PM  

Mike,

We cruise at 23 knots unless we have a canyon load on. When we go to the canyon with people, bait, all the things you take to the canyon and a 2000 lbs. of ice we cruise at 21.8-22 knots. She is a good sea boat.

Brad,

I sold the Cape Dory and it is in Maine now. Stop by this summer and I'll give you a tour. We are still in Jackson's.
 
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