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hanley posted 05-02-2000 09:14 PM ET (US)   Profile for hanley   Send Email to hanley  
I am looking at one of these for sale and I would like to know more information about this model. This one seems to be made by a company called Hiliner Marine Corp in NH. The owner says they were made for the 1976 Canadian Olympics and used as as officials boats at the sailing competitions in Kingston. I spoke to a guy in Detroit that said he has one that was built by Boston Whaler in 1975 and he believes that Whaler built 35 boats then sold the molds to this company in NH. Can anyone confirm this? Can anyone send me(or post)a photo?
dfmcintyre posted 05-02-2000 09:50 PM ET (US)     Profile for dfmcintyre  Send Email to dfmcintyre     
Hanley -

If you download the latest interview with Nauset Marine in the Whaler Radio section, you will find info on the Voyager.

Best - Don McIntyre

tbirdsey posted 05-02-2000 10:23 PM ET (US)     Profile for tbirdsey  Send Email to tbirdsey     
Hanley: Came across one of these for sale today while browsing through Boat Trader Online - - I believe it was in Bloomfield Hills. Don't know how old the posting was.

Patrick posted 05-03-2000 08:12 AM ET (US)     Profile for Patrick  Send Email to Patrick     
I think we have looked at the same boat in Kingston, Ontario.

I'm not convinced the boat is worth what he is asking. Conventional hull construction, 24 years old. Problems with delamination, wood rot? Afterall, the New Hampshire firm folded after 1 year.

If it were foam core, I would jump at it. But there are better deals, or newer boats to look at.

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