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Not sure if it's a whaler?
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posted 09-12-2001 11:40 AM ET (US)
I just purchased a 13'3" whaler, I think. It's a old boat, but built like a brick house. The transom is semi rounded, it has a wall going from side to side, with t pins or metal posts?? Just in front of that little wall is a serial number on the floor of the boat. The number is 7001124. This is the only number on the boat. The floor has curves and up front it has a step with a pattern embedded in the fibreglass, no storage locker. I checked the reference section but the numbers dont seem right. Any Ideas??
posted 09-12-2001 11:44 AM ET (US)
Sounds like one. People do fill in the lockers on those. Is the inside blue? Same kinda t-pin(norman pin) in the front too?
posted 09-12-2001 11:53 AM ET (US)
The front locker area looks like factory fibreglass. The bow has a funny hook like cleat?
posted 09-12-2001 12:06 PM ET (US)
Yes it blue inside. It's a old tender. There arent any rubrails.
posted 09-14-2001 01:24 PM ET (US)
I have posted some pics of my boat. Is this a whaler??
posted 09-14-2001 02:04 PM ET (US)
It's not a whaler.
might be a del-quay dory.
posted 09-14-2001 02:25 PM ET (US)
How could you tell. What are you looking at?
posted 09-16-2001 06:09 PM ET (US)
13 foot whalers had a bow locker and did not have the dropped down bow as shown in your pictures. As well the transom of a 13 foot whaler is not like that....Cehck out this page in the picture section of this site and see the difference.
Hope this helps.... I am not sure if it is a Dell Qauy Dory but it may be. It is not a whaler.
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