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some pics of my 31 repower with K's


Started by David DiSesa

4 Feb 26, 2013
Reply by David DiSesa


Performance and Prop Data

There are documents in the files section that report performance and prop data from members.  Most files are from 2006.  This discussion is…

Started by Charlene Pike

0 Feb 26, 2013

20 knots in 20 seconds

Spent the day on the boat yesterday, ran out the Boynton Inlet south to the Boca Inlet and dropped anchor in Lake Boca.  New non skid paint…

Started by Byron Smith

5 Feb 25, 2013
Reply by Quentin

Haws Pipe for 42 SC

Anyone have any idea where one can obtain the haws pipe (or as Chris Craft calls it the Bulwark Chock Part # 67772) that goes in the cock p…

Started by Phillip Peterson

4 Feb 25, 2013
Reply by Byron Smith

Milage versus boat weight and engine choice

I have not yet purchased but am thinking I would like a "41". I want to do extensive cruising so efficiency is a concern.  I see a choice b…

Started by Larry Allen

2 Feb 25, 2013
Reply by Larry Allen

Prop Suggestions

While going through the build sheet for FDA 38 3036 R, I saw that my props are 4064 and 4065.  "Camptown's Lady" had 327 cu in engines orig…

Started by JP Duda

3 Feb 25, 2013
Reply by Charlene Pike

Afternoon at the lake

We didn't go for a ride today, so I took this short video from the boat launch dock. You can hear the birds in the background. http://yout…

Started by Marcia Elkins

1 Feb 25, 2013
Reply by Brian Barton

Stainless Stanchions

First... LOVE the new site.  Kudos to all the effort that went into the visual and technical aspects of the whole package!   Alright,  it's…

Started by David Marzullo

2 Feb 24, 2013
Reply by Russell Madden


It's to cold outside to work and Marcia did not take us on our weekly boat ride, so I spent some time modeling up a prop puller. I have bee…

Started by Brian Barton

7 Feb 23, 2013
Reply by Brian Barton

Arial Photo of our Marina

I just came across this.  It's from a few years ago (the 100' boat on the outside has since sold). It must have been taken during the week…

Started by Marcia Elkins

2 Feb 23, 2013
Reply by Marcia Elkins


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6th Annual CCCC Photo Contest Winners

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3rd place:  Dawn Stone, Michigan, US                     Model:  1970 55' Commander


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