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  1. A II
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    Re the Coble in post #29: - Thanks for posting !

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    ‘‘ A Coble from the NE coast of England. A very deep forefoot and a huge plank rudder give lateral resistance. The rake of the keel line is said to mirror the slope of the launching beach. They are launched bow first. Broaching by tripping over the forefoot is a 'feature' of the type. ’’
     
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    Re (2) Coble in post #29:
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    Same boat ?

    Ralph Cole (1856-1917) Hartlepool inshore fisherman and familyCoble HL 28

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    ‘‘ The launch of the Star of Hope 1908 ’’
     
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    I think we shall purchase a factory made boat.

    They can be insured and are impervious to rot. Peanut will have more legroom.

    I was told when we moved here we would need a bigger boat.
     
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    Reply to post #221 of the thread ‘‘Why I'm Following Sven Yrvind’’
    1 - Neither.
    2 - When it's already on the web there's no need to type it up, referring to it by a link should be sufficient for anyone who wants to know.
    3 - Don't find it necessary to share that stuff about myself with the world.
     
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    Re post #32:

    At a closer look the 1908 built motor herring mule HL 28 Star of Hope of 45' and 22 tons looks a lot bigger and also has many other differences from the Coble above it which shares her name.

    ‘‘ . . . . In 1908 Ralph Cole had a new herring mule built at Hartlepool, she was bigger than his old boat, 45 feet overall and weighed 22 tons, and was fitted with a motor. This new Star of Hope had cost nearly £300, but Cole’s total investment was probably nearer twice this amount, if we consider he would have had to buy additional nets and other fishing gear for her. . . . . . . . The new boat was a financial disaster for Cole. The motor was unreliable, and he lost many days at sea during the 1908 herring season and, in May 1909, he declared himself bankrupt, with debts and legal bills amounting to about £400. . . . . ’’
     
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    WWI Hartlepool 16 December 1914 bombardment — A forgotten victim — The destruction of the Wayside Flower HL 4

    sailing herring mules Noel and Faith at Scarborough
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    Just hijacked off the Nigerian coast, info in Dutch...

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    (archive pic of the hijacked ship)
     
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    BlueBell . . . . .

    I was hoping you'd come to this conclusion.
    Peanut will be a happy camper.

    So, whatcha gunna buy? Used? Length?
     
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    Length under 19' x beam under 8'. Engine 115 hp or less.
    Boat show in October. Will know more then.
     
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    2" too long . . .

     
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    Thanks, Angel. Might be slightly long but could make it work, though.
    Salon seating arrangement would be nice to have. Looking at Tahoes now.
     
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    Carolina Skiff 19 LS specs + new prices

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    Best establish a budget before going to the show . . :eek:
     
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    We may have to put Peanut on half rations.:(

    NEVER! :)
     

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