Timothy "Tim" Miller
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  • Saint Charles, MO
  • United States

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Timothy "Tim" Miller's Discussions

Moon River - 45 Commander

Former member,  Roy Evers, who wrote an article for the SIF about doing the Loop on his 45, Moon  River seems to be retiring from boating.   Were someone looking for a pristine 45, this would be the…Continue

Started Aug 1

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I was looking through Dick Morland's photos and ran across this picture of Americana, https://tinyurl.com/Americana35  a 35 I don't remember ever…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sterling Shriber Jun 16.

Upper Mississippi L&D projections
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http://www.riverbills.com/riverbills_river_gages.htmlLate start  for boating, just  hope  it's  not  a  continuation  of  the …Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike Watson Mar 29.

1979 24'
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Given the discussion about value and older boats pricing, I just ran across this posted near me.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Drew Schneiderbauer Mar 23.


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Which Commander model do you presently own?
35' Commander
Boat Year
Boat Name
Hull Number
Other Gasoline
Home Port
Harbor Point Yacht Club West Alton, MO (Hailing Port, St. Louis, MO)
St. Charles
Phone Number
Spouse's full name
Elizabeth Branstetter

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At 8:30am on July 6, 2020, Mike DeLayo said…


  Its best to email me at delayomarine@msn.com for any A/C questions you may have.

Mike DeLayo

At 8:59pm on October 9, 2019, Jason Law said…

Hello and thank you for the request. I am still trying to come up with an offer on the 35 Commander I am interested in. The hardest part is selling my wife on the whole thing. She really would like a “new” style boat. While I tend to agree the 35 has timeless lines this boat just does not show that well and she does not have the vision for what I think this boat could become with some work.

At 5:22pm on November 14, 2018, Keith Losoya said…
Tim, not sure if you got my response to your input on my electric question but wanted to thank you. That was the "money" answer and saved me a lot of time. Able to toggle again and I have lived aboard through six winters now so find it import to distribute the power when I run multiple heating sources .
At 7:13am on October 2, 2018, Egemen said…

Hi Tim and thank you for the friend request.

I guess it was in 2001 and 2002

Cargill did buy half share of a factory here at that time. please feel free to contact me if you need anything from here.

At 12:17pm on June 14, 2018, Douglas Bidigare said…

OK so first question. How do you fill the water tank? and clean out the lines...

At 12:16pm on June 14, 2018, Douglas Bidigare said…

Hi Tim and thank you for the friend request. I stand corrected and yes I did buy Mike Watson's 35. Picked it up in Lake Michigan and drove it around "The Mitten" to Detroit without a hitch. Plowed through some 5-6 footers like it was a pond.. what a great well maintained boat. I am amazed that someone did not snatch this up quickly.


At 8:24pm on June 7, 2018, Edward Grabow said…

hello and thank you for the friend request.

At 11:14pm on June 1, 2018, Steve Riley said…

Thank you.

At 12:41pm on May 19, 2017, Todd Currie said…

Turns out I'm typing from Vashon Island (in fact, Maury Island, connected to Vashon), right now.  We got a beach place out here, and it's consuming the time I could otherwise spend on the boat -- hence the decision to sell.

Like the market for Sportsman, the market for island property is small -- more volatile!  I can hear your cousin's pain -- prices out here either rise sharply, drop sharply.. or do nothing for long periods.  Right now, prices are doing better, but lagging Seattle.  (Well, nearly everywhere is lagging Seattle's Amazon-fueled inflation!)  

At 2:48pm on November 16, 2015, Dave Gilroy said…

Hi Tim,   The boat is presently in Lake Center till next April but will be moved to my permanent slip in Duck Club next spring. 


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