In the library under stories is a new addition -  Member websites.  Here is the link:
http://commanderclub.com/page/member-websites

Members have created websites about their Commanders.  Read about their various projects, advice and adventures. Over the years we have enjoyed reading about Quentin's 42 M/V Honey, Dave Marzullo's 38 Commodore, Jame Sizemore's 410, Lee Dahlen's many Commander projects and most recently Quentin's 46 Roamer Refit since the Roamer is a Commander cousin.  We wanted to have a place on commanderclub.com to share all this knowledge.


If you have a website about your boat please list it here for inclusion to the library.

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I have one for my boat.  I haven't updated it in a while, but should be soon as the season get's underway.

For Pete's Sake - '68 35' Express
Restoration information, Projects, and Rhum.www.dgoreck.org

Thanks, Char, for adding my sites to the list.

One thing folks maybe don't consider is that in the modern era, "if it's not on youtube, it didn't happen." By which I mean, when it comes time to sell a boat, good online content can mean the difference between a quick sale at a good price or a long slog on yachtworld with nothing but low-ball offers to show for it.

So...Char...where's your site??? ;-)

Sorry Quentin. As of last spring we are boatless due to family health issues.  Although hubby has had a variety of video devices we still never got good pix of our vessels.  Lots of fond memories of 37 years of boating but not many photos.  I guess we were too busy having fun and I was busy shagging parts or handing tools to take pictures of projects.  Unfortunate but true. 

Quentin said:

So...Char...where's your site??? ;-)

Challenger

1973 Chris Craft Commander 41, Bill Mulvey, Seneca Lake, NY

http://www.yachtchallenger.com

WET AND WILD   Clint Cheveallier
1972 47’ Chris Craft Commander Yacht Fish
http://www.chriscraftwetandwild.com/index.html

 

I sure do like looking at these Commander Club Owner's websites. It gives me ideas and looks on how to renovate my boat. I wish I had the computer capabilities to do one one on my boat.

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