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  1. No problem, sorry about that. Since I have it listed elsewhere online, I will hold of on putting anything in the BST forum for now. Thanks.
  2. Just had the decks and teak redone this winter. Of course, now I have to move and am selling. (Edited to remove solicitation to sell. Please list offers of sale in the Buy Sell Trade Forum. J)
  3. Los, sorry for the delayed reply. No issues with blisters on Stonewall, although she has been kept out of the water most of her life. However, the fuel tanks were replaced in 2011 with two new custom aluminum 75 gal ones. The boat is an'89, so the originals lasted 22 yrs.
  4. Still for sale?
  5. cpowered, looking forward to seeing your pics as you proceed.
  6. Looks like the one for sale in CT is the former Fetch, which used to be over on the eastern shore of MD. Very pretty boat. They have put a lot of work into her. Hope he gets his price
  7. Boneafide, Nice boat. Here is a close up photo of the logo, if that helps. I would love to see some pictures before/during/after of your project to remove the cuddy.
  8. I do varnish. Loss of work, but looks great at the end. I try to hit sections each year. Two winters ago I did the drawers and console, this winter I stripped everything aft of midships down to teak and put Bristol Finish on, in the hope that it will last longer. The verdict is still out. Yours is looking great! Especially the transom. Did you varnish right over the lettering? I haven't gotten there yet.
  9. Eric, Looking great! Each BG certainly has her own personality. I have swim platform envy, and I bet that full size bimini comes in handy in Florida. We use Stonewall for basically the same purposes. In fact, I was out fishing yesterday evening. Got skunked, but it was nice to be out. Here is a fairly recent shot in Annapolis harbor.
  10. Ziggy, Thanks for trying to post the history lesson, unfortunately the link was blocked. I am assuming you are in Sarasota. Any idea why they went under?
  11. Slip, Stonewall has the same construction, divincell cored glass.