Oxford 400

Discussion in 'Sailboats' started by Tim Judge, Jan 21, 2012.

  1. Tim Judge
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    Location: Hudson River

    Tim Judge Tim J

    Anyone know the whereabouts of any Oxford 400 floating or on the hard? The Oxford 400 is an RJ Henry design (1946), built by Oxford Boatyard in Oxford MD. There is a blog about living aboard an Oxford 400 that states on 30 were built. I have posted a photo in my members gallery of one that my late uncle is skippering. Nice lines and hoping to find one and learn more.
     
  2. eyschulman
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    Location: seattle Wa USA

    eyschulman Senior Member

    Nice boat. I lived in Royal Oak for 10 years don't remember seeing such a boat in my many travels to yards and marinas but its easy to hide a boat. Good luck
     
  3. Tim Judge
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    Tim Judge Tim J

  4. eyschulman
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    eyschulman Senior Member

    I rarely go into Eagle harbor. I do run from Shilshole into port madison often. Next time I take my motor boat out for exercise and weather is right I will take a look. There are a lot of docks and boats in Eagle harbour so finding it may not be easy. I will look up winslow warf marina. If I do find it and can take some photos I will.
     

  5. Tim Judge
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    Tim Judge Tim J

    That would be great, I appreciate your help.
     
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