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PHOTO - 1. (Above) Jerry splashes another restoration on Chesapeake Bay !!!
PHOTO - 2. (Above) A stunning example of design and restoration talent from Sweden !!!
PHOTO - 3. (Above) Proof of just how much fun one can have with a classic 27-foot Commander !!!
PHOTO - 4. (Above) Warren Pateman did a magnificent job on this 38 Commander, shown here in Australia !
PHOTO - 5. (Above) The XK-22 boats are coming into an all new era of appreciation, here is another one being restored !
PHOTO - 6. (Above) A rare 23 Lancer Premier is saved and put back into service !
PHOTO OF THE DAY ! ABOVE LEFT !
PHOTO OF THE DAY EDITORIAL:
This particular photo is just too good not to share as our Photo Of The Day ! These photos remain in place sometimes for a week, maybe two, but they are selected from a pretty diverse portfolio assembled here by our readership. Sometimes we show boat hulls, sometimes motor and other equipment detail shots, sometimes personal character shots and just being out on the water having fun, but the best photos are like this one. Thanks again Rob, for sharing all of your photos. When I saw this one I knew it was going to be our highlight photo, and I think everyone who sees it will know why. Personally, I have put in hundreds of hours of work on my boats, just to get the few fleeting glory days of fun, and the days that are the most fun are those that were shared with my lovely wife, and other family and friends. THIS is what boating is all about, being able to share the hard work of routine maintenance, repairs, keeping the boat clean, and all of the other issues and costs that come into play that allow us to share the fun with our family and friends. For more photos from this thread, check out the following link..
Rob S shows us how boating is supposed to be done right !!!
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