NOV 24, 2019 - SOMETIMES WE GET STUMPED IN FIGURING OUT THE NAME OF A PARTY BOAT AND HAVE TO GO TO THE DEFINITIVE SOURCE FOR AN ANSWER

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NOV 24, 2019 - SOMETIMES WE GET STUMPED IN FIGURING OUT THE NAME OF A PARTY BOAT AND HAVE TO GO TO THE DEFINITIVE SOURCE FOR AN ANSWER

Postby EC NEWELLMAN » Sun Nov 24, 2019 5:17 pm

It does happen from time to time when I or someone else is sent a picture of a party boat and then wonder, "what boat is this and where is it from...."

Well I was one of a few who did get stumped, and I was outside the target when I gave my ideas on the name and what yard it may have built her. Anyhow, this is the vessel, and thankfully Mel from http://www.Mels-Place.com came up with the answer...but did anyone out there know this party boat before you read the answer below?

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Given the boat's name on the bow has been obliterated, it looks like one of the many photos seen on a boat brokerage website.

This is the ANGLER from Angler's Fishing Center in Lewes, Delaware.

This is a very old wood boat; it was built in 1943 by Huckins Yacht at Jacksonville, FL and back in the 1960s sailed as Edward Royles' second ROYAL FLUSH from Wildwood, NJ.

You can see the same photo at:


http://www.anglersfishingcenter.com/boa ... -head-boat





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