Photos - Your Chariot - Your Ride

wader

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Dec 22, 2018
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It's in a slip at the state marina. I need a tender or rowboat to get to it. They're going to be spending millions back there in a plan to move DEC marine division HQ there. The target to start is 2020. There are a few boats moored back there but for decades there were lobster boats in there. Kinda sad.
maybe they'll finally get around to fixing the mouth
 

COSCOB

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Mar 4, 2019
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Nice, what year and what power?
sorry for slow reply Matt..just seeing this...boat was built in 2015, unfort Terry passed away and I am pretty sure this is one of or the last boat he built. Iveco N60 for power.
 

Fishing Nerd

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Apr 3, 2019
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Didn't go for a closer up shot since you've seen one Grady you've seen 'em all, but I loved that sunset.

As an engineer I get too emotionally attached to my vehicles, and this one is no exception. I bought it used a few years back with the expectation that it'd be my first boat, I'd be able to do all the hands-on work I wanted to without worrying about my learning curve borking a new boat. Now that I'm ready to upgrade to something bigger with twins, the sentimental attachment is too high (not to mention I know every last inch of the boat now and I'm too lazy to do that again with a new boat right now).

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Fishing Nerd

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Apr 3, 2019
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Fishing Nerd, is that at Gull Pond, Greenport??
Yes it is! Every year I say this is the season I'm going to buckle and pay for a marina again (had it docked when it was in Brooklyn), and every year I'm back at the ramp dropping that sucker. Might fork over a few bucks this year since there's a chance I'll actually have some time off this summer instead of working like a maniac.
 

Roccus7

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Dec 22, 2018
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Didn't go for a closer up shot since you've seen one Grady you've seen 'em all, but I loved that sunset.

As an engineer I get too emotionally attached to my vehicles, and this one is no exception. I bought it used a few years back with the expectation that it'd be my first boat, I'd be able to do all the hands-on work I wanted to without worrying about my learning curve borking a new boat. Now that I'm ready to upgrade to something bigger with twins, the sentimental attachment is too high (not to mention I know every last inch of the boat now and I'm too lazy to do that again with a new boat right now).

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Love Gradys. Even the "Admiral" can ID one from a distance, other than that she hasn't a clue...
 

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