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gunnelgrabber posted 12-05-2001 12:48 PM ET (US)   Profile for gunnelgrabber   Send Email to gunnelgrabber  
a taxonomy test...does a'72 montauk have a teak trimmed glass, 2piece (small base-larger top) console resembling a a pedestal sink? no wind shield?...twc, my study of the reference section is
Tom W Clark posted 12-05-2001 01:04 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
Leland, I will remain mum. Let's see if anybody else get's this one now that you and I know
jimh posted 12-05-2001 07:48 PM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
I have this strange feeling that Tom is going to post a URL to a picture of this boat...
Tom W Clark posted 12-05-2001 08:02 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
What year and what model is this boat:
Tom W Clark posted 12-05-2001 08:10 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
I should do this trick that jimh taught us. It will conceal the answers until you scroll down.
kingfish posted 12-05-2001 08:18 PM ET (US)     Profile for kingfish  Send Email to kingfish     
Hey, tom-

I scrolled down and there wasn't any answer - how you speck me to pass this test?

Taylor posted 12-05-2001 08:29 PM ET (US)     Profile for Taylor  Send Email to Taylor     
I'm not sure I understand the original question... is the question 'can such a boat exist? Based on my reading of the reference section, if I saw such a boat I would guess that it had a replacement console. Now looking at the picture - what are those little steps up to the bow?
Taylor posted 12-05-2001 08:33 PM ET (US)     Profile for Taylor  Send Email to Taylor     
I guess now we know who has never been in a pre-smirk 16' hull. Oops.
yankee posted 12-05-2001 08:33 PM ET (US)     Profile for yankee  Send Email to yankee     
I don't think it is a 72, wrong color. White would be a 73 or newer, The console is a Tasoma (bad spelling) Think it was a 1 year only production, 1973.
Bigshot posted 12-05-2001 10:10 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
Never saw that setup but it looks like the top opens to access the electronics, etc. Does look factory but wierd.
gunnelgrabber posted 12-05-2001 10:46 PM ET (US)     Profile for gunnelgrabber  Send Email to gunnelgrabber     
taylor and yankee,..the forward hatch cover i'm pretty sure is there, just white, not mahogany. the stripes are non skid stuff.lettering -graphics say "grand dad's '72 classic st.simon's island ,ga." n.c.registry.anybody recognize the boat?...yankee,"tasoma"??..i don't know what it is...tom does..where's lhg when we need him?...lm
whalerron posted 12-05-2001 11:12 PM ET (US)     Profile for whalerron  Send Email to whalerron     
Wow! For a minute there, I thought you had gotten a picture of my brother's whaler. That is the same model as his and his is a 72. I have never seen another like his until now. Where was this picture taken? The boat would be a "desert tan" color.
Tom W Clark posted 12-05-2001 11:13 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
All right you cheaters, here you go:
whalerron posted 12-05-2001 11:15 PM ET (US)     Profile for whalerron  Send Email to whalerron     
I forgot to mention that the hatch cover is fiberglass and colored the same as the hull.
jimh posted 12-05-2001 11:17 PM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
Very cool. Whose picture is that? I need one for the REFERENCE section!
Tom W Clark posted 12-05-2001 11:27 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
These photos are courtesy of gunnelgrabber. He emailed me this morning asking for an ID. He said he emailed the photos (I have 5 different ones) to jimh, and jimh brushed him off saying he had, like 900 emails to deal with!

whalerron, it is interesting that you note your brothers forward hatch is dessert tan 'glass. I had commented to gunnelgrabber that the only thing I couldn't figure out was the apparent lack of a forward hatch or that is must have been painted.

It is also interesting to note that you describe your brothers boat as a '72 just as the owner of this boat does, yet we know that the dessert tan hulls only came out in 1973. Perhaps these were built in 1972 as 1973 models? Could you get your brothers boat's serial number and we will find out for sure.

gunnelgrabber posted 12-06-2001 08:28 AM ET (US)     Profile for gunnelgrabber  Send Email to gunnelgrabber     
jimh,..i sent you picture(s)..the next day in a posting you stated you "had 800-900 emails backed up".so i figured i'd try another of the experts..tom clark knew right off what it was!....whalerron thanks to all and i'd be glad to send a picture if anyone wants one....what stumped me was when i posted the new topic and it disappeared from the screen! leaving an open hole ,a date, time and 2 replies! knew i'd lost my mind...then it's back with the picture! enjoyed that.. happy holidays...lm
whalerron posted 12-06-2001 08:47 AM ET (US)     Profile for whalerron  Send Email to whalerron     
I will get the hull number for you. This is probably gonna be a similar situation to that which I have with my Minot. The Minot was sold and titled as a 1969 but it was built in mid 1968 based upon the hull ID.

I am amazed that you were able to find one of these boats other than my brother's. The consoles were of low quality. Whaler used formica for the upper surfaces of the console. It didn't take much time for water do seep under the plastic laminate and start cause things to come apart. The console has a flip-up hatch on it which didn't seal out water. So, anything you put in the upper part of the console would get wet.

george nagy posted 12-06-2001 09:05 AM ET (US)     Profile for george nagy  Send Email to george nagy     
Saw one of those for sale in the south florida boat trader a few years back. I think the name was oh well. I thought it was an aftermarket console so I didn't bother. Wish I would have known what I know now!
JBCornwell posted 12-06-2001 09:22 AM ET (US)     Profile for JBCornwell  Send Email to JBCornwell     
Now I'm glad I didn't post my answer, because it was wrong. But I am a bit confused. Wasn't there a model called "Tashmoo", and what did it look like?

Red sky at night. . .
JB :)

dfmcintyre posted 12-06-2001 09:45 AM ET (US)     Profile for dfmcintyre  Send Email to dfmcintyre     
That console was also available on the Outrage 21' in the early years.

One major problem with that console was that the attachment points from either the base to deck, or base to upright section were not strong, and needed owner mods.

It did/does give a very small "footprint" though.

Tom W Clark posted 12-06-2001 11:00 AM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
The first time I saw one of these was in the summer of 1986. I was shopping for my second Montauk. I was only looking at 1977 and later Montauks because after extensive use of both the old and new hulls I knew this is what I wanted for my purposes.

I responded to an ad in the paper for a 1977 Montauk with a fair price. I drove some distance to the boat's location at the appointed hour and pulled into the driveway. Immediately I noted the hull was the older style and was at that point rather irritated. "Why can't everybody else know their Whalers like me?!" I thought to myself.

I got out of the truck and gave the boat a quick look and saw that bizarre console. I figured if it wasn't a 1977 then it was probably a 1976 (the last year of the older hull). I knew very well what a Montauk console looked like and figured it was some aftermarket console, and an ugly one at that. I left in disgust...

I think that is the only one of these I have seen in person. In subsequent years I have seen them in photographs and was surprised when I finally realized it was, in fact, a Whaler console.

JB, there is a model called Tashmoo made from 1971 to 1973. Kinda' like a cross between a Bass Boat model and a Newport.

Leland, the reason the topic vanished yesterday was that I promptly posted a link to one of the photos you sent me thinking it would be fun to see who could ID the boat. Being neither the brightest nor most computer savvy guy in the world, the file name I gave to the jpeg included the model name for everyone to see. Realizing my mistake I sent jimh an emergency email asking him to kill the link if he got my email in time. He responded almost immediately (makes me wonder if he has a real job) and froze the thread until he could edit out my link, which he did last night.

SuburbanBoy posted 12-06-2001 12:30 PM ET (US)     Profile for SuburbanBoy  Send Email to SuburbanBoy     
That is one clean 72'! Nice job with the restoration.


JFM posted 12-06-2001 01:23 PM ET (US)     Profile for JFM  Send Email to JFM     
Tom, what is the difference between THAT boat and a Tashmoo?
I have been told by another high source on the mountain that it is a Tashmoo. Regards, Jay
daverdla posted 12-06-2001 02:52 PM ET (US)     Profile for daverdla  Send Email to daverdla     
There was a whaler with that console, I think, for sale in Cape May Court House, NJ off route 9. I thought it was an aftermarket console. As I recall it was made in the 1970's. He also has an older revenge for sale. Both boats looked well used.
lhg posted 12-06-2001 03:56 PM ET (US)     Profile for lhg    
I remember that console well. As DFM has said, it was first offered on the 1972 rib sided 21 Outrage, on a model called "Outrage III". The town of Pompano Beach in FL has one of these, still used as a work boat, and I see it all the time. Although I no longer have a '72 catalog, I remember it being described as a "barebones" Whaler for the rugged outdoorsman type, or commercial fisherman/workboat. It didn't have much in the way of recreational creature comforts, like the Outrage I and Outrage II of 1972.

I remember that this console was offered in a 16' hull, as we have seen here, but it's name eludes me. In 1973 the traditional Outrage console was first introduced, for the smooth sided 21 Outrage, and I had thought that the "Cohasset" had that console (which is still similar to the current Montauk console). But maybe I'm wrong here. We need someone with a 1973 catalog to settle this.

I do know that the welded SS railing on it is not original. I think it had teak hand-holds & other teak trim.

I do know that 1974 was the Montauk's first year, and built on the 16' hull.

Bigshot posted 12-06-2001 04:03 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
I have heard of a Cohasset or have been there(probably on the Cape next to the Sandwiches:) and I have a 74 catalog I will reference. Would look Ok on a commercial boat, hate to get caught in the rain though.
whalerron posted 12-06-2001 04:41 PM ET (US)     Profile for whalerron  Send Email to whalerron     
As for the stainless welded rail on the Cohasset console, it is factory original. My brother's got his boat from the original owner who is a friend of ours. I remember seeing that rail on the console the day he brought the boat home back in 72.
george nagy posted 12-06-2001 05:06 PM ET (US)     Profile for george nagy  Send Email to george nagy     
LHG, Where is that boat in Pompano? I have never seen it in my 20+ years of boating here. Going to any boat Parades this year in Whale Lure?
lhg posted 12-06-2001 05:39 PM ET (US)     Profile for lhg    
George - it's docked just west of the 14th street launching ramp, near the Police boats.
Has a large plywood bow platform on it.
lhg posted 12-06-2001 06:01 PM ET (US)     Profile for lhg    
The detailing on that console rail sure doesn't look like BW's early work. They never used welded rails with sharp angle cuts like that. I wonder if it was dealer fabricated or supplied?
george nagy posted 12-06-2001 06:13 PM ET (US)     Profile for george nagy  Send Email to george nagy     
Ah! never been down that canal. There may be another one in Ftlauderdale.
gunnelgrabber posted 12-06-2001 07:32 PM ET (US)     Profile for gunnelgrabber  Send Email to gunnelgrabber     
it would be just great to have my very own personal '72 or '73 bw brochure.....photocopy?..anybody?...would be glad to pay for one...thanks...lm
Tom W Clark posted 12-06-2001 08:30 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
Ah, this is getting interesting. Let's examine the evidence:

Jay, someone else thinks this is a Tashmoo? Hmmm, what I know about the Tashmoo I learned here on the FORUM. There are, I believe, two threads discussing this boat. I will go look for them in a minute. As I recall, the Tashmoo has a foredeck like a Bass Boat as well as a low bow rail with windshield like a Newport as well as a short center console. I have never seen one. Has anybody else? There was one for sale last summer on Martha's Vineyard but I can't remember if there was a photo with the ad. As an aside, do not be confused with the brand of boat which is called Tashmoo, this is unrelated.

When gunnelgrabber emailed me he asked me if this boat had a factory console or an aftermarket console. Having seen this boat before I knew it to be a Whaler product. I told gunnelbrabber that I thought it was the original incarnation of the Montauk and not a 1972 but a 1973 based on the desert tan gelcoat. After perusing the Reference section I noted that the Cohasset model proceeded the Montauk and was produced in 1973 only. This jibed with my initial impression so I have concluded this boat is a 1973 Cohasset.

Now, there are a couple of bits of information in this thread that conflict with this notion.

This boat is labeled as a 1972 (see additional photos in second link). whalerron has a brother with an identical boat who claims it is a 1972. Makes one think it is a 1972 model. But wait, don't we know that the first desert tan whalers were produced for 1973? Tashmoo or Cohasset, wouldn't that make this boat a 1973?

Now lhg thinks that the Cohasset was introduced in 1973 as a boat identical to a Montauk, console and all. Am I understanding you correctly Larry? If you go to the Reference section of this site and look at the 16/17-foot page you will note that jimh describes the Cohasset as a 1973 only model that is the first molded center console 16' and furthermore he claims it changed into the Montauk for 1974, a name change only. This implies that the Cohasset would have the Montauk console we are all familiar with, unlike this boat. But remember, jimh got most of the information for this reference section from lhg so it makes sense the two would agree.

As to the mitered and welded console rail, I agree it looks unlike other Whaler details, but here's the thing: that boat I saw in 1986 had the exact same weird rail. It was one of the reasons I concluded at the time it was not a Whaler console. whalerron has seen this rail as well.

So perhaps we have not gotten to the bottom of this. Surely there is someone here with a 1972 and a 1973 Whaler catalog. When we get the serial number from whalerron's brother we'll email Chuck Bennett at Whaler and find out what it really is.

We shall await further clues...

JFM posted 12-06-2001 08:47 PM ET (US)     Profile for JFM  Send Email to JFM     
Let mr know and I'll take it to the mountain. By the way the mountain has a 1972 Catalog and price list. Regards, Jay
daverdla posted 12-06-2001 08:52 PM ET (US)     Profile for daverdla  Send Email to daverdla     
I just checked, the boat I saw in Cape May was advertized as a 1972.
Tom W Clark posted 12-06-2001 09:16 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
Jay, what are you waiting for? Get on it.
whalerron posted 12-06-2001 11:51 PM ET (US)     Profile for whalerron  Send Email to whalerron     
Now y'all have me real curious! I am waiting to hear back from my brother about his hull id number. I guess the boat could be either a 72 or a 73 even if we know the hull number. My Minot was built on October 10, 1968 but it was sold as a 1969 model. So, what year does that make it?

That console should have a little more teak on it. The engine control should be mounted on a piece of solid teak and there should be a teak plywood door on the lower port side of the console. There should also be a small section of teak plywood where this guy has his fishfinder mounted.

In my opinion, that console was not something that Whaler should have been proud of. It wasn't mounted well to the boat and the darned thing just wasn't built well. And, numerous times, I happened to be lucky enough to have fingers hanging onto the port side of that that mitered rail when somebody closed the console door that is on the upper slanted surface of that console. The door only cleared the handrail by about 3/8 inches. That meant even if you were hanging onto the rail, the door would go past your fingers but only after causing severe pain!

The other problem with that boat is that there simply is nowhere for anyone but the driver to hang on. It is pretty scary scooting along at 40 mph while hanging onto only that console rail and knowing how that console is mounted to the boat! (My brother's Cohasset doesn't have the bow rails)

- ron

Tom W Clark posted 12-07-2001 12:53 AM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
Here is what my Tashmoo research has yielded:

Read these threads and you will see there still is no consensus as to the years the Tashmoo was built. Some say 1973 only while others say it was built from 1971 to 1973.

Nothing indicates in these threads that the Tashmoo is our mystery boat. Let me quote from that last thread:

In ref. to your inquiry about the Tashmoo model. I can tell that I saw one for sale in a local marina. It was a 1972. It was advertised as a 16 but was actually the standard 16' 4" hull used for all the 17 models. It was White with blue interior. Console and seat were fiberglass (no wood to be found). Additionally, helmsman's seat was a permanent back to back design. Rear of seat could be used to seat passengers with cushion, or could have a wood insert that would create a cutting board or work station.

whalerron posted 12-07-2001 09:13 AM ET (US)     Profile for whalerron  Send Email to whalerron     
I just noticed that this guy has the same problem with his boat that my brother has. When he repowered and installed the new morse control, he didn't take into account the position of the steering wheel. I can almost guarantee that when this boat is shifted into reverse, there is very little throttle. This is because the control handle hits the steering wheel not too long after the reverse shift actually happens. The lesson to be learned here is that you should always check full reverse and forward throw of the engine control handle before mounting the control.
JFM posted 12-07-2001 02:47 PM ET (US)     Profile for JFM  Send Email to JFM     
The Man on the montain has a price list only, no catalog. Sorry, he will fax me the price list and I'll forward it to you,Tom. Please respond with your fax #. My email is down. Regards, Jay
JFM posted 12-07-2001 05:11 PM ET (US)     Profile for JFM  Send Email to JFM     
After receiving the 1972 price list from the Man on the mountain, the boat is a Cohasset II. The give away is the reversible pilot seat, upholstered w/teak backrest. That seat was not offered on the Tashmoo. Also, notes of interest there are 3 differn't consoles offered in fiberglass in 1972 the Katama, Tashmoo, and Cohasset style. The Tashmoo style came on the Tashmoo and also on the Bass Boat. The Cohasset came on the Cohasset I and II. The Katama style came on the Minot and Katama. There was also a mahogany style w/ windshield that came on the Nauset, Eastport and Sakonnet. I hope that clears things up. Regards, Jay
lhg posted 12-07-2001 05:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for lhg    
What kind of console did the "Cohasset I" have? Similar to the later 1974 Montauk?
JFM posted 12-07-2001 05:27 PM ET (US)     Profile for JFM  Send Email to JFM     
The Cohasset I and II were the same. The same in the pictures Tom posted, however there is not a picture in the price list. Regards, Jay
Tom W Clark posted 12-07-2001 09:56 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
Jay, that's very interesting and enlightening but it still leaves a few question unanswered.

It seems to me we may now conclude that this boat is not a Tashmoo but a Cohasset. The year is still confusing. If this boat were in fact a 1972 then it would be blue not desert tan.

The fact that the Cohasset model appears on a 1972 price list would seem to mean the reference section of this site needs some updating of information to include at least an accurate mention of the years it was in production.

As to the Cohasset I vs. Cohasset II distinction: Are we to assume the difference is in the trim level? For example the Cohasset has the upholstered reversible pilot seat, while the Cohasset has something simpler?

I would be interested to receive a FAX of the price list. My FAX (and telephone) number is: 206-783-4895 send it anytime.

whalerron posted 12-07-2001 10:18 PM ET (US)     Profile for whalerron  Send Email to whalerron     
Let's confuse the issue some more. I have in front of me, a Whaler Options and Parts catalog that I think is from 1973. It's not marked with a date but it has lots of neat pictures. It shows a picture of that back-to-back seat which Whaler termed the "4 man seat". This optional "roomy seat system fits easily into the Montauk 17, Newport 17 and Outrage21. And, with our consultation you can fit it to other models as well."

So, it would appear that the seats don't necessarily indicate the boat model.

- ron

JFM posted 12-08-2001 09:46 AM ET (US)     Profile for JFM  Send Email to JFM     
Just faxed Tom. See if you can read it any better. Regards, Jay
noswah posted 12-08-2001 12:47 PM ET (US)     Profile for noswah  Send Email to noswah     

The mystery boat is not a Tashmoo. The console on a Tashmoo was mounted on top of the forward casting deck. There was also a reinforced rear deck with various hatch covers in both decks.
It also had rod lockers on the sides or in the gunnells with wood covers. The front hatch was fiberglass and it also has a thru the transom water inlet/outlet for filling or draining the live wells.
I have one that is Desert Tan, it was caught under the pier and suffered extensive damage. After accessing the damage and asking the forum if I shoud buy it the general answer was no.
I decided to buy it anyway and after using a sawsall to cut away both decks, I found 30 years of dirt and what looks like a brand new Montauk under the decks. I still have all the deck lids or hatch covers and all the whaler hinges and hardware. Good day
whalerron posted 12-10-2001 10:41 AM ET (US)     Profile for whalerron  Send Email to whalerron     
Hmmm. That hull id on my brother's boat appears to be 3AG270. He is going to check again and make sure it's not really 3A6270.
whalerron posted 12-10-2001 12:12 PM ET (US)     Profile for whalerron  Send Email to whalerron     
I got an answer back from Chuck Bennett. Here is the info on my brother' boat:

It sounds like the serial number should be 3A6270 (there were no letter
in the serial numbers).
According to Whaler's records, serial number 3A6270 was built in our
Rockland, Mass facility as a 16'7" Cohasset model and was originally
shipped out to a Cap'n Stan's Boat Ctr. in Silver Springs, MD on
The Cohasset model was produced from 1972-1974.

Chuck sent me some great pictures of the Cohasset with this funky console. (JimH, I am sending those pictures to you now.) From those pictures, it is obvious that the mitered welded handrail is factory!

- Ron

whalerron posted 12-10-2001 12:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for whalerron  Send Email to whalerron     
More interesting info from the sales brochure:

The Cohassett I and Cohassett II are the same boat except the Cohassett I shipped with a pedestal seat and the Cohassett II shipped with the reversible pilot seat.

I would be happy to email the 2 brochure pages to anyone who is interested in them.

- Ron

Chap posted 12-10-2001 01:29 PM ET (US)     Profile for Chap  Send Email to Chap     
I ran across this.....


I hope that works and is helpful here.

johndunlop posted 12-10-2001 02:43 PM ET (US)     Profile for johndunlop  Send Email to johndunlop     
guys i own a tashmoo. just sent some pics to jim.i,m sure he will post them.its a 73 great shape .if any ? e-mail at of you describes it well.x between eastport and bass boat .ithink this was whaler attempt at combo runaboat and fishing boat. at least we use it as the way it beats the heck out of the bow rider i own.regards jd.
Tom W Clark posted 12-11-2001 12:29 AM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
Jay, thanks for the FAX. Lots of interesting information there, much can be saved other threads.

Yes, the difference between the Cohasset I and the Cohasset II is the seats, though it's odd that the RPS could be ordered as an option for the Cohasset I. A typo perhaps? In lieu of the pedestal seat on the Cohasset I, a "cushioned cooler seat" could be substituted.

The Tashmoo is the most complex and expensive model according to this price list.

whalerron, your brother's boat is hull # 3A6270 which would make it only the 20th Desert tan 16'7" hull as the last blue hull was, according to the reference section here, 3A6250.

Still unanswered is the question of this being a 1973 model even though we know it was built in August of 1972.

Chap, here's a link that I think woks: Hyperlink

There is a good shot showing the "legs" on the RSP being initially made of aluminum.

gunnelgrabber posted 12-11-2001 07:57 AM ET (US)     Profile for gunnelgrabber  Send Email to gunnelgrabber     
twc,.. my bennett certified '75 katama has aluminum rps legs or what year did bw drop them and go to "space age material"?..anyone?..thanks...lm
whalerron posted 12-11-2001 08:16 AM ET (US)     Profile for whalerron  Send Email to whalerron     

I talked with the guy who bought my brother's boat new. Although the boat was built in 72, he bought in in 73. Does this mean that there are some Cohasset models out there that have the blue interior?

- Ron

Glenn Weigle posted 12-11-2001 06:18 PM ET (US)     Profile for Glenn Weigle  Send Email to Glenn Weigle     
Her's one for you. My neighbor bought a 1958 v-hull side console with a deck like runabouts had back then. He said it was a whaler-I told him he had been HAD. The title that produced indeed said BW on it. Is it real? g
Tom W Clark posted 12-11-2001 11:26 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
whalerron, yes some Cohassets have blue interiors. There are a couple of threads titled "Cohasset" and someone (I forget who) describers their blue Cohasset.

Glenn, your neighbor's boat title is in error. No such boat was built in 1958 by Boston Whaler. There was an "odd duck" of a Whaler built in the 1970's called the Yankee Voyager that vaguely fits your description. Could you give us some more information on your neighbor's boat or perhaps a photo? It's not too hard to deceive the DMV or DOL or whatever the appropriate state agency is in your state when applying for a title or it may just be an honest mistake or typo.

jimh posted 12-12-2001 08:17 AM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
[Fixed those long URIs]
cohasset posted 12-27-2001 05:03 PM ET (US)     Profile for cohasset  Send Email to cohasset     
I have the same boat. I researched the serial number and found that it's a '73.
Mine has the same grab rails on the console but it also has a small windshield.
snikral posted 07-24-2006 11:15 PM ET (US)     Profile for snikral  Send Email to snikral     
Still looking for answers on the Tashmoo 18. Is there some other place on the internet I might look??
Tom W Clark posted 07-25-2006 12:55 AM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
If you have a question about a Tashmoo 18 I suggest you start a new thread about it instead of resurrecting an unrelated thread from five years ago.

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