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Gallery: Classic Broward Yachts

Discussion in 'Broward Yacht' started by YachtForums, Oct 23, 2003.

  1. YachtForums

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    Oldies, but goodies...

    1964 81' Broward

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    This was "Alisa V". Can you guess the year & length?

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    This was "Careless Babe". Can you guess the year & length?

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    This was "Jonathon III". Alot of work to keep up with that wood!

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    This one was named the "Lazy Lady"...

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    The Lazy Lady 2...

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    This was "Lethargy"...

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    This was "Lisa 2"...

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    Meet... "Mako"

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    This was "Norsagal V"...

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    This was "Evon". She must have been quite a gal.

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    Meet "Heather IV". Even with all the Super-Yachts of the past decade, this lady is still lovely.

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    This was "Tica"...

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    This was "Lazy-K". Doesn't look very lazy in this shot. I'd guess she's doing better than 30 knots.

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    This is "Old Profile". Could it have been one of the very first Browards Mr. Dennison built? Can you guess the year?

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    This was "Plane Eleven"... whatever that means!

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    The Careless Babe was owned by Bob Maytag, and captained by my dad, Danny Abbott, and Johnny Harms, in 1960-62. Maytag died of pneumonia in March 1962 at age 38. Boat was donated to University of Miami and piloted there from San Diego through the Canal. I still have a framed photo of the Babe, complete with her little 1910(?) Oldsmobile strapped on top, in which they would motor around the various ports of call. She was 85' long.
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    owner?

    Is this the Williams boat docked at their home on the Miami River in late 50s/early 60s?
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    Say hello to Lady Helen. Named after my mom. Dad still has her.

    She started as a 1983 72' and underwent a major refit and extension after my parents bought her in 1999. Totally new look but she still has the classic lines. Still undergoes upgrades and updates.

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    The first owner was Barbara Mandrell and her name was "Lady Encore". Here is an ad Broward ran and this yacht was the star.

    1984 Broward Marine 72' Yacht Ad- Barbara Mandrell at ClassicAdShop.com
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    Looking for any information on a 1973 Broward yacht. She started out as Evon. Later Karajan which was my Grandfathers yacht. Now I heard she might be called Excel. Curious to know what happened to her. Any information is greatly appreciated.

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