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 on: August 31, 2014, 07:26:12 PM 
Started by Coldwater - Last post by Dave
Brian and others, look at Dave's picture at the dock, the Jumbo behind it is the one you built!
Stephen

I looked Brian's J-22 over - it looks great!

 22 
 on: August 31, 2014, 06:43:53 PM 
Started by Dave B - Last post by Dave B
Regardless whether you put batteries in these stern compartments you will find them useful for storage, washdown pump, bilge pump controls etc.

Dave,

All I can think is, Wow!  I appreciate your workmanship AND photos. I love your side storage trays too.
My batteries will be inside the console so that will help, but you're right that the aft storage will be used up fast.

 23 
 on: August 31, 2014, 06:29:46 PM 
Started by Coldwater - Last post by Stephen
Brian and others, look at Dave's picture at the dock, the Jumbo behind it is the one you built!
Stephen

 24 
 on: August 31, 2014, 05:53:31 PM 
Started by Jim B - Last post by tananaBrian
Beautiful boat!  Congrats!!  Hope you don't mind extra time spent during launch and take-out ...people will notice the fine boat that you have and will ask lots of questions!

Brian

 25 
 on: August 31, 2014, 05:52:26 PM 
Started by Coldwater - Last post by tananaBrian

Nope ...Mine was/is a 22' Jumbo.  Length, at the time of project start, was limited by available accommodations...

Steve doesn't speak for Renn ...I'm just sayin'.  Renn recommended many people to me and had a lot of respect for both me and the Great Alaskan.  Renn's hand gesture is probably waving 'hi' or a peace sign ...just my guess.

Brian


 26 
 on: August 31, 2014, 05:35:25 PM 
Started by Coldwater - Last post by luk diver
 Good looking Jumbo Brian, congratulations. You never upped to a 'stretched' Jumbo, correct? I can definetly stand with you on the GA as we 'stretch' our Jumbo 237 half the time with over-loading and special task like dive-gear,etc. Due to the albacore not coming within range (now 110m and unlikely to get within 50-60m) I'm remounting the 'Greenstick'. Bet Renn will be sign-lauguaging us from up high with a 30' alum pole on his design. Needs must....... B & B

 27 
 on: August 31, 2014, 05:21:52 PM 
Started by Jim B - Last post by mjggjm12
Totally awesome.

 28 
 on: August 31, 2014, 04:49:17 PM 
Started by Coldwater - Last post by tananaBrian
Steve ...I've ridden in several Jumbos in a variety of conditions.  That blue one behind Dave's GA in that last picture is the Jumbo that I built.  I built all of it except for final interior stuff, painting, and plumbing/wiring.  Just so you know....

That's the new owner of my boat and he's very happy with it...

Brian



 29 
 on: August 31, 2014, 04:42:36 PM 
Started by Jim B - Last post by JMB
Jim B....nice boat.  But when on bow...face forward, with both arms extended straight out.....

and yell......WHEEEEEEEEE.    WHEEEEEE. Just like Leo Decaprio.....Titanic!  JUST SAYIN!

JMB

 30 
 on: August 31, 2014, 04:29:27 PM 
Started by jim shula - Last post by JMB
You could always remove the kicker from the Standard, in the meantime.  Just as a test.  Is that the same kicker as what was on your old Standard.  
The hat you sold a few years ago, to me, had a lovely trip across Lake Champlain last Thursday.  Now safely in Wilson, NY.
Just my .02 worth.
Saw the British kicker....12 volt I believe.....at Hamilton Marine during the Rockland, Me in the water boat show.  10 percent off the $1,670+ price.  I think.it is a Sea Gull ob.  Seemed quite powerful.  The had mounted on an inflatable.

JMB

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