Anyone apart from Ian French having problems with this gallery?
No. 26 won’t load on my imac. The others are OK. –Ray
Dylan- would love to see the makes and models of these wonderful boats, listed as a caption or title.
Paul,Portsmouth, New Hampshire US
me too Paul
some a great – while some make the slug look pretty good
but they just came in as attachments to emails
but if any of the owners want to put details here
that would be great
2/47 (middle of top row) is a 1966 Macwester 26 Bilge keel Sail no M27 – “Massanda” moored on the Axe which runs into the Bristol Channel.
The Yellow boat 15 down is a Contessa 32
The yellow “clinker” sloop named “Bonita” is a Montgomery 17.Most of the photos are from the North Channel of Lake Huron, Ontario 2007.
The little blue bilge keeler on the beach, and in the night shot at Wareham is Jelly Bean; my Fantasie 19. If you like it come and see more at http://www.freewebs.com/philbrookDylan… they’re all pretty to someone :~))
Nothing built by man is quite like a boat.. I wonder if boats begin to resemble their owners the way dogs begin to look like their owners… or is it the other way ’round? Love the variety!
Ray, mines slow and podgy and beginning to show its age… So you’re probably right :D
very good – thats me too – I am spartacus the largeer than I was last year
actually it would be great if boats grew with you
The 4th boat down, 1st row, is a Sanibel 17. The 13th boat down, 1st row and in the middle row next to it, is a Mirror dinghy sail #44311.