Anybody know anything about this boat?

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  1. Silky250
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    Bought a boat. Told it was a northwest 21.
    Doesn't look like anything I can find online.
     

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  2. Silky250
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    Sorry it's upside down
     
  3. Silky250
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    Oh yeah, has a sticker that says it was built by C K Wright, Vancouver, BC.
    Can't seem to find anything on them either
     
  4. philSweet
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  5. Silky250
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    Yeah thanks philsweet. Good advice.
    I was on sailboat data but the photo and blueprint are not the same to what I have.
     
  6. PAR
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    I think they bought a mold, made a new liner and deck cap and tried to market it. It was a bit ungainly with a hugely reshaped sheer and deck, the raised deck version looks a bit better, though this is the only one I've seen and not an easy thing to visualize.
     
  7. NavalSArtichoke
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    I thought the picture of this boat might have been taken in Australia. :p
     
  8. Mr Efficiency
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    I can confirm it looks inverted here too.
     
  9. waikikin
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    Inverted!!!, looks fine, I'd call it upsidedown...........
     
  10. Soggyhull
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    ha! Good luck getting that thing the water. Some **** built it upside down.
     

  11. kerosene
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    here.
     

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