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Old 11-15-2019, 04:33 PM
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So, I spend the summer fishing in Maine with my buddy from High School. He just bought a 36 Calvin Beal (new to him). We want to add a mast for a couple tuna lights and the antennas. Any pics to share? What material, aluminum or fiberglass?
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Matt St Cyr with Cumberland Ironworks is the guy to call in Maine. Our mast is a small one but great work at a reasonable price. He builds stuff for a large portion of the commercial boats up here.
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Matt St Cyr with Cumberland Ironworks is the guy to call in Maine. Our mast is a small one but great work at a reasonable price. He builds stuff for a large portion of the commercial boats up here.
Really nice boat you have there.. how about more pictures of her?
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Really nice boat you have there.. how about more pictures of her?
Always happy to share some more boat photos. Love our Albin 28! Photos range from Bimini to Maine.









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I agree, cool looking boat. Thx for the info. Will call Matt Monday.

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Always happy to share some more boat photos. Love our Albin 28! Photos range from Bimini to Maine.









Awesome boat... looks great for cold weather tuna fishing. Does it have a genset/heat in the house?

And..OP.. sorry to get off track I was just struck by this boat.
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Best picture I have of the one I made for my boat...


Matt's a good guy and does great work, kind of a neighbor and kind of a competitor...if he can't help you let me know.

BTW...I think I've seen that Albin on a trailer heading south for a winter??

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You northeast boys know how to rig a boat.
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This is mine
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This is mine
We have a winner. What boat is under it?
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Aluminum fold down mast.
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Originally Posted by fireisland1 View Post


We have a winner. What boat is under it?
its my Wesmac 46

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its my Wesmac 46

I knew it was something special. Just beautiful.
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I knew it was something special. Just beautiful.
thanks

she is for sale
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I plow the field at low tide with my 31’ Eastern. If I had the depth we would be talking. The Great South Bay is just too skinny. 4’ Draft is already pushing it.
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All inboards so far. Very nice boats guys.
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its my Wesmac 46

Spectacular......
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I plow the field at low tide with my 31’ Eastern. If I had the depth we would be talking. The Great South Bay is just too skinny. 4’ Draft is already pushing it.
I would take your boat on trade
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