Discussion in 'Crescent Yacht' started by YachtForums, Oct 24, 2003.
102' Crescent - "Miss Michelle"
104' Crescent - "Flipper"
112' Crescent - "Centinella"
Another shot of Centinella...
114' Crescent - "Anchor-W"
115' Crescent - "Krisha"
115' Crescent - "Warrior"
Another shot of Krisha...
116' Crescent - "Loretta"
120' Crescent - "Patti-Lou"
120' Crescent - "Valkyrie"
121' Crescent - "Crescent Lady"
127' Crescent - "Dakota"
96' Crescent - "Miss Iloilo"
is Necktor of the gods the same boat as Dakota? Crescent website says Necktor is 121 trideck, while Dakota was 127' trideck!
Nectar of the Gods and Dakota are the same yacht. Nectar of the Gods was extended adding more space into the aft crews quarters in a 2002 refit done at the Crescent Yard in Vancouver.
Thanks Hawk, i figured thats what it was a refit extension! I wonder about the process involved in adding length at water line. Structural integrity,possible leaks or what have you. extending decks would be easier id imagine.
What has been your favorite Yacht to be apart of?
Extending fiberglass boats is only marginally harder than a metal boat. You have to be aware of the fiberglass overlaps required to maintain the integrity of the hull which requires stripping the interior and exterior surfaces a little more than with Aluminum or steel. You then extend the hull by attaching plywood to the exterior surfaces and use that as the mold and build as if it was brand new. All in all, not that hard to do. Biggest issue to study and be aware of is increased buoyancy in the stern.
Favorite boat to date the “MV Valkyrie”