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- Boatel Islander (47'0")
- Boatel Islander (47'0")

Recent Bluewater Boats Reviews

  • Bluewater - Boatel Islander (47'0"): window seals for boatel islander
    Looking for window seals if any one can help
    Reviewed by mike on Feb-18-2012 | Rating:
    Bluewater - Boatel Islander (47'0"): window seals for boatel islander
    Looking for window seals if any one can help
    Reviewed by mike on Feb-18-2012 | Rating:
    Bluewater - Boatel Islander (47'0"): Stats
    I recently acquired a 1973 47ft Islander that will need major restoration on (all 3 motors pulled and rebuilt and all new decks in lower cabin) My question is, does anyone have measurements of draft and "V" and distance of where I can put runners? I have available to me a flatbed trailer that can be modified to accommodate the vessel... But measurements would speed up the process. It's either that, or pay a mover to bring around to my property and sit on the ground.... Which, again, would be great to have measurements so I could build two skids on poles to hold in place.
    Reviewed by David Bowerman on May-21-2011 | Rating:
    Bluewater - Boatel Islander (47'0"): Stats
    I recently acquired a 1973 47ft Islander that will need major restoration on (all 3 motors pulled and rebuilt and all new decks in lower cabin) My question is, does anyone have measurements of draft and "V" and distance of where I can put runners? I have available to me a flatbed trailer that can be modified to accommodate the vessel... But measurements would speed up the process. It's either that, or pay a mover to bring around to my property and sit on the ground.... Which, again, would be great to have measurements so I could build two skids on poles to hold in place.
    Reviewed by David Bowerman on May-21-2011 | Rating:
    Bluewater - Boatel Islander (47'0"): 1974 Boatel 47 Islander
    Rating My 1974 Boatel Islander 47 foot by: Boatsteve Ok I bought this on eBay but I knew the boats last two owners. I do not know how fast it goes as I am restoring it. needs new paneling as all the window seals needed replacing and I did that first so now the paneling and then modern toilets etc. The hulls on these are great built to last I have no stringer rot or delamination. What I question and I have asked Bluewater without a reply. This boat has two arches one at the rear and one over the upper helm. the upper helm is the whole upper deck area not like others I have seen. Anyone seen one with arches?
    Reviewed by Boatsteve on Feb-21-2011 | Rating: