Nautical shots

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  1. Canoncan

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    For those that love a boat that is in Mint conditon, This was taken up at Lake Muskoka on Sunday. Enjoy what money can buy.

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    Good Lord! THAT is one amazinging beautiful boat! WOW! You did an awesome job with those shots! I love them all! I really love #8. Makes it look so much like an old time car. BEAUTIFUL!!
     
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    Thanks. I was in awe just taking pictures of it. Its worth apparently a few hundred thousand, according to a local.
     
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    great shots man, magazine quality!!!!! very awesome
     
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    amazing boat!!!
    Me Likey! :drool:
     
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    Check out that decking!! That must be sooo hard to keep looking like that. Great photos too. You've really done justice to this gorgeous boat.

    We've got a teak deck on our boat but it's not laquered like that one is. Ours gets bashed around too much so it just wouldn't last at all. Infact, I know one guy that laquered the back deck of his game fishing boat and within a week it had turned to absolute ****. Especially with the heat, sun and salt water constantly over it, he must've been an idiot to do it. But here on this boat - I'd be too scared to get it wet.
     
  7. John E.

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    These are wondeful pictures. The craftsmanship on these old boats are unbelievable. Good clear, crisp and colourful photo's. I sure enjoyed them.
     

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