Dick Newick 50 Footer restoration in Annapolis...

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  1. Skip JayR
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    I only found following photo and no other details. Photographer is Bill P. It was uploaded on 27th August 2015.

    The image is titled as: "Beautifully restored Dick Newick trimaran at City Dock in Annapolis."

    No further informations about this uniquely 50 Footer designed by legendary multihull specialist Dick Newick (1926-2013).

    Does anybody know more about this boat ?
     

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    ups... the headline of this thread should be "Dick Newick 50 Footer restoration in Annapolis..." and not Dick Newix :)
     
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    Craig Newick and the Newick's Tris...

    There is another photo of this kind of Trimaran, done by Craig Newick in July 2015 which shows more clearly the powerful tall profiled mast of Newick's design. (Rec.: Its not the same boat I am looking for.)
     

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    And the answer is "Lucky Strike" :)

    Okeys... just came in the answer. Tks to Delancey in the Cruisers Forum.

    Its former Trimaran Manitou (see Sailing Anarchy, 2013: "Fine Tobacco")... now as Lucky Strike for sales.



    (Source: http://www.hmy.com/brokerage-yachts...Newick-Custom Tri-Lucky Strike-yacht-for-sale )

    Damm**** expensive. So at least let's enjoy some pictures...

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    Not very comfortable for that huge prize...
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    Sorry, I have to, the voices.

    "Restoration"
     

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    correct writing...

    Oh, yes..... of course, logically. Hope you hadn't to go to the eye doctor because of heavily pain.

    Sorry, my brain slipped into "German modus" (here the word is: "Restaurierung").
     
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