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Homeport:
Caribbean
About Me:
Nothing beats messing about in boats and the sea.
Current location:
Vancouver, BC
Destinations visited:
Puget Sound, Sea of Cortez, Deep Souther Caribbean, Grenadines, Barbados, Brazil, Costa Rica and San Francisco Bay so far.
Looking to:
Puget Sound to Southern Alaska over several years. Taking 1 to 3 months every summer.

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Save a Tancook Whaler in San Pedro California

Posted on March 28, 2009 at 12:34pm 4 Comments

As an old Tancook whaler owner I hope someone from our SeaKnots community will buy and "save" this absolutely wonderful boat. It's a piece of art and they sail like a dream! Very fast boat.

Believe me, everyone welcomes you and gives you high 5's in a Tancook.



this is not my boat; I found her surfing for wooden sailboats for sale last night... after a few glasses of Jack Daniels.



As far as I know there are ony 2 Tancook… Continue

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At 12:25pm on October 6, 2012, Amelia said…

Hello dear,I'm Amelia by name,I have something very important to discuss with you,please kindly email be back(
amelia_herbert23@yahoo.com)I will be waiting to hear from you soon.Thanks

At 1:16pm on April 28, 2009, Kent Wheeler said…
Hi Pat, sorry to hear time is getting short, any chance of getting over this way? I'm hoping to get my sailing canoe up to Port Townsend this summer and think I'm about ready to sail up to Trinidad (North of Eureka) Still haven't made it out the bay yet.I'd love more sailing books!!! I'm @ p.o. box 4376 Arcata Ca.95518
At 9:11pm on April 23, 2009, David Velasco said…
Thanks Pat,
It’s a Venture of Newport 23’, originally made by the MacGregor Company in limited editions. They only made these boats by special order during the month of October from about 1971-1978.
David
At 5:37pm on April 23, 2009, Larry Martel said…
Hi Pat, I'm in Bangor, Northern Ireland. I have a Freedom 25 with wing mast and also crew for racing on a Sigma 33. We have a fantistic marina with deep water for miles, Start line 200 yards from the marina opening. Sadly though, much rain, little sun and no heat.
At 1:23pm on September 25, 2008, Dale Ellard said…
Good Morning, Pat!
I haven't sailed that side of the hill since my crewing days on the Zodiac, but I can tell you that sailing here in MY neck of the lake has been EXCELLENT!
My first mate and I just got back from five days on Lake Roosevelt, where all beaches are public property, and the morning winds in Sept. are dependable and steady.
(P.S. The photo in my portfolio is of me on a 52' ketch in the vicinity of Mazatlan, Sin., MX., last winter...not sure if it was Dec. or Jan, as I was there 4 months...but the weather there is wonderful, after Sept.)
Sail Well,
Dale
At 3:56pm on August 23, 2008, Pat Daly said…
Hi Will. Glad to hear about the trip. I'll send my e-mail address to your via your earth account shortly. Yep, still got the Windward charts. I'll keep em here for you buddy. Good to hear from you. Pat Daly
At 1:30am on July 29, 2008, Pat Daly said…
Ya, just moved here from Fort Lauderdale. Kinda different, but the cabin on the lake is "base camp". Seattle in late august and september... Port Towsend wooden boat show is great and so is the cruising in the San Juans and South Puget Sound. Not great winds, but great cruising. Some members in Washington can give you details.
At 3:59pm on July 28, 2008, Heidi said…
Interesting. I grew up in OKC and didn't see much water around Sand Springs! You've seen more sailing destinations than most coastal folks!
At 11:15am on July 26, 2008, Daniel Willey said…
Sure Pat,

Try Lowie's Yacht Harbor in San Rafael. $6.50 a foot plus electric.
Contact Anna at 415 454 7595
At 5:27pm on July 16, 2008, LOLA said…
Thanks Pat
 
 
 

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