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>> Home > Forum > Non-Hobby Chat > 1928 “the Sea Queen”
1928 “the Sea Queen”
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(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 193
31st May 2018 13:15  
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A 30’ family cruiser designed by Franck & McCrary, Seattle, Washington. Seen in Gig Harbour, WA earlier in May.

The last photo only caught the bow, sorry!

Several other older craft were tied up along the pier that day too, as seen in the remaining photos.

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(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 797
31st May 2018 18:08  
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Very nice, Ron. It must be so satisfying to live in a land where you only have to hit the coast somewhere to see some proper boats. Sea Queen is lovely as is that little cruiser near the end which has all the looks of an Aerokits Sea Nymph.

Over here you have to go to one of very few special events or yards to see old wooden cruisers.


(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 193
1st Jun 2018 02:22  
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I agree, the one boat reminded me of an Aerokit too. Wish I had a better photo of it.