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Discussion in 'Post Yacht' started by mwwhit1, Sep 26, 2011.

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  1. Unavailable

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    Never thought Id see one in northeast waters. Hung out with us for an hour an a half. Fish was at least 30 plus long and was eating chunks.
  2. Capt Ralph

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    I remember swimming with one off Roatan, Honduras.
    Gentle Giants. Curious as a shy puppy.
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    Waiting on the next weather window. Fish have finally arrived after a dead September.

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  5. RT46

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    I want some of those on the deck of my 46 Post!
  6. porthole

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    First day, May 1998

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    And the last day with the new owners, leaving Shark River and heading straight to Fire Island on a boat that sat for almost 2 years in the yard.
    December 2014, 20-25 degrees

  7. Capt Ralph

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    private video?
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    Oops - should be unlocked now.
  9. mwwhit1

    mwwhit1 Senior Member

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    Finally got around to getting rid of the carpet in the head. Never liked it. I put 3/4 plywood to make the floor all one level. The floor is vinyl from PlasTEAK. I have to work on the edge against the door sill. Needs more trimming and adhesive. Not an easy job, but it is DIY. I think it is an improvement.

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  10. chesapeake46

    chesapeake46 Senior Member

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    Looks good.
  11. kubu

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    Will the vinyl come up easy to get into the inspection hatch?
  12. mwwhit1

    mwwhit1 Senior Member

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    I haven't tried it yet. I cut the vinyl with the razor blade in the hatch seam, and you can barely see it. A suction cup should be able to pull it up. The only reason to go in this hatch is to access the toilet hoses which is almost never.
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    Very nice job
  14. Soulstice

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    Well this quarantine gave me an opportunity to put together the video from my last Canyon Trip on the 42. Now to get ready to put some fish on the deck of the 50...



    Time to start enjoying our Posts, let see some more pictures.
  15. Soulstice

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    Last night celebrating Independence Day on West Island (Fairhaven, Ma).

    I hope everyone is having a great Independence Day weekend!

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