The 2nd boat in post # 63 is indeed a Rybovich. It's a 52 foot built in 1963. As far as I know it's one of a couple of cruisers they ever built. This one clearly being rigged for fishing. I believe the name is Jim Jim
There are 3 other Rybovich cruisers. 2 in the 50- 60 ft range one of which is at Lambs in Jacksonville in need of arefit. The other one was sold by Huckins about 5 yrs ago and went to Long Island. The 3 rd one called Wildcat is the masterpiece at 75 ft and was sold last year after being in the same family for years. All 3 of these boats are true cruisers
It's a 24'. First time I've ever seen one in black. Peter wasn't silly enough to cast one in the "singe in summer" color, so I'll speculate it's been painted. From the distance, it looked like Krylon. Or was it Crayola?
The Huckins is a 53 ft Sportsman built in 1968 as Beeswing, now Seahorse.
This particular Huckins was sold out of a west coast Florida estate last year right at or just under the 100k mark, with the name of Owl at the time. Amazing values to be had with these older Huckins; I believe Beeswing/Seahorse/Owl/Seahorse was quite recently repowered with late model 8.3 Cummins. She needed a fair bit of sprucing up at the time of sale.