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  • Last Activity: 01-26-2020 12:15 PM
  • Join Date: 10-29-2015
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  1. 11-02-2015 08:06 PM
    Oh,... And thank you for the corrections and added information, I would love to hear more.
  2. 11-02-2015 07:31 PM
    they told me the registration said "1928 King", but they didn't know what that meant. I was able to fill them in with a lot of information on where there boat came from. They also thought there was something quite wrong with her bottom and had some 'boat restorers' look at her and said the bottom needed complete rebuilding. I looked underneath and saw the typical King hook and was able to tell them she was built that way and there was nothing wrong with her. ....... Fast foreword to about 15 or so years ago and I saw her for sale in "Woodenboat". Unfortunately I was not able to follow up on that lead to her.

    Ned Lloyd
    (860) 963-7223
  3. 11-02-2015 07:29 PM
    Wow!!!! Stewart, I would love to talk with you about your families boat building!!! I always admired any and all King skiffs I ever came across. I would be glad to share anything I have with you, and would love to see pictures of more of your families boats.
    Something that may be of I terest to you,..... Probably 30 or so years ago I was poking around a boat yard in Mystic CT and came across an early lapstrake skiff that looked very familiar. When I complemented her to the owners and asked if they knew who the builder was ......

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