Discussion in 'Midnight Lace Yacht' started by meblom, Jun 27, 2011.
Yes, we have some pictures we will post soon.
"Priority" Midnight Lace 65'
She looks pretty good...where is the location? Ask your father in law if he would be interested in selling. Thanks
She is located in Sneads Ferry, North Carolina. Yes, he said he would take an offer.
Rick...my e-mail is [deleted, use PM]. We are very interested..please forward interior pics and other changes he has made to the boat with contact info.
As soon as I figure out how to contact you without violating the rules of this forum, I will forward you his contact information. I will also forward you additional pics of interior and exterior. I have to figure out the rules and see if I can get your contact info.
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Is anyone still following this Midnight Lace blog? I am looking at a 52 flybridge and would appreciate some insights. Thanks
still here and still own a 52 midnight lace express one of a kind gorgeous boat that is for sale.
Beautiful, very distinctive. I have been looking at the later models that were built for Hargrave.
Hi, Regina! I just bought a 1982 52' Midnight Lace called Southern Lace and would greatly love to purchase a set of plans for her. My Lace is on records as CHLGW0140782 and the coast guard numbers are USCG 920299 but I can't find any coast guard history with that number, which is odd. It's printed on the inside of the battery compartment on the stern and on my purchase papers. On the panel by the wheel, it says Hull #016 though it appears that was an aftermarket engraving. Would you by chance also know where on the Laces she might have her serial numbers posted? I didn't know what I bought when I bought the Lace and was already in love with her. Then I found the stories of your husband and these beautiful boats and fell more deeply in love! I'm in the process of a restoration since she has sat for a while in obscurity at a marina that wasn't very accessible when Lake Travis was in drought. Any help you could give would be so needed for this labor of love! Thanks in advance! Victoria
I just purchased Belle Noire, 1983, like this week. We have a number of electrical issues. I am looking for wiring diagrams, engine & fuel system and plumbing diagrams. Original publications, hull blue prints, anything that can be of help. We love this vessel. We will keep her in South Florida. Any help would be appreciated.
Regina, I recently purchased Sheer Lace that is located in Daytona ,Fla, I will be taking her to Virginia(Horn Harbor) in late April. Hull # is CHLGW0081081 , what information do you have available for the boat, I would be more than happy to compensate you for any info that you may have. Thanks , Robert
Congratulations Robert. That would have been my next choice if we did not purchase Belle Noire. Stay in touch we can exchange info. TSeptembre
It is my pleasure to join this stream and announce that, for some years now, Ullberg Yacht Design, Inc. has been the official custodian and caretaker for all things Tom Fexas Yacht Design. By this I mean that I manage the "living archive" of all of the Tom Fexas projects,....i.e. drawings, engineering information, etc. If anybody needs anything "LACE", feel free to contact me and I'll help you as best I can. Understand however, that it takes some $$ to maintain the archive so there will be costs associated with anything that is distributed to a request.
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Would you have the drawings of a 44´ lace rumrunner?
I can look in the archive for any original sales brochures, sales figures, etc.
Laurent91.....I do have the drawings for the 44' Lace Rumrunner. Feel free to email: REMOVED to discus further.
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A bit of update on the Lace I bought few months ago. All the mechanics, engines, shafts and others have been checked. The sea trial went very well. We are now in the process to put the front windows back... A lot of work left, but the folks at Gratitude marina in Rock Hall have been great.