Rod Graff wrote:I believe our boats are close relatives. We have 32-162 in Alameda, right across from Coast Guard Island. Might have seen you out on the bay, as we have seen several 32's out there in the past. We have been working non stop to try and arrest deterioration caused by the previous owner letting the boat get away from him. We have only owned her for a little over a year. and have already spent several hundred hours trying to play catch up. The rain has slowed things down, as we are in un covered moorage. I was told that there was another 32 here in the marina at one time, parked right next to ours, with a hull number real close to ours. Perhaps it was the boat you now own. Anyway I would love to see your boat sometime. It would be interesting to see how two woodies the same age and in the same location have faired. We are working on fly ridge repairs, replacing ledgers, rebuilding seats, and repairing the sides. I was in the middle of deck re caulking, and still need to finish the cockpit area, along with some plywood replacement due to rot
Rod Graff wrote:Ours is at the Grand Marina, and has been there in uncovered mooring for at least twenty years, according to the old timers here at the marina. Our boat has not faired as well as yours. Are you now in un covered moorage? We do not have the same hull number. Our plaque is 32-162 but is listed as a 1970. What I did not understand is your later hull, 164 being a 1969. Was your boat the one that Dave at Pacific Yaght Imports had listed? We purchased ours from him, and then a little later, he listed another woodie, but I thought it was in Vallejo. The picture I remember in the listing looks like yours. Very nice boat!
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