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Does anyone know of any good boats for sale not looking to spend a ton. Have found lots of boats the where not taken care of. Any help would be appreciated. ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago

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Have a nice one, factory rebuild new deck by Kilpatrick, Omni galvanized trailer. PM me or send friend request. LaSalle, Mich.

I have Hull 1390 and would be interested in selling. Boat was factory new deck a few years ago. In good shape with good sails and some older sails too. Old trailer but all safety stuff replaced (coupler, wheel bearings, wheels and new tires, wiring & lights replaced, jack stand etc). $5,000. Columbus, OH

Hull number 1002, well kept up shortened boom. Looking for 1300, grand rapids ohio

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Drone footage from Ottawa River Yacht Club .. Tim Crites
and Jolly Roger Sailing Club .. Pinkley Cup
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4 days ago

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This is so Awesome !!! Love it..

Already getting ready for this year's Regatta race.

Does anyone know when the schedule of regattas is going to come out? Needing to plan some vacation time ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

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Joe we are holding our winter meeting on January 23. That is where we discuss the next year's racing schedule. It should be available within a few days after January 23.

Sandusky Nationals! July 14-17. Book it!

Thanks everyone!

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays & Happy New Year Everyone!

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays & Happy New Year Everyone! ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

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Happy Holidays to all near and far

Has anyone cut down the keel trunk on their Interlake. Looking to do this over the winter break. Are there rules on how much can be cut. Is there a template or a jig/pattern for the cut. What kind of wood is used for the trim. I see there used to be a kit for it but that was years ago. I think Terri is recovering so didn't want to bother him. Advise welcome. Being in NC i don't think there are more than 2 of these boats down here. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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My boat (#1395) is in storage near Lake Anna, VA if you want to take a short drive north to take a look/pictures before plugging in the saw. Not too far away from you. The CB cap is usually teak or mahogany. I’ve done it.....but that was 25+ years and three Interlake’s ago.

I put a new trunk in my boat several years ago. I will look to see if I still have the pattern That Terry made for me.

Cara What kind of help. I'm near Jordan lake is it big enough? We have a sailing club. We sail Jordan and Kerr lakes.

Hi William Huneycutt. Thank you for reaching out. The class website is interlakesailing.org/. From there, please review the plans and specifications. They do a pretty good job of laying it out. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

We are planning to cut ours down too in the spring. I’d appreciate any notes or suggestions after you do yours!

Anyone recommend a place to buy the teak or mahogany trim?

John Cassidy who responded to the thread just did it with guidance from Terry. He is accurate. As other posts have said, prepare the template per class design then do what John said

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Terry says Thank very very much for the edible arrangement and thinking of him. He has already been eating it. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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Glad Terry is well enough to eat!

Thank you so much! 💕

2020 can't end soon enough. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Fabricated and installed mast reinforcement plate out of stainless. It ain’t gonna rip out now. LOL!!

Fabricated and installed mast reinforcement plate out of stainless. It ain’t gonna rip out now. LOL!! ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

It looks like the windward boat is Interlake No. 1!

It looks like the windward boat is Interlake No. 1! ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

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What was #58 thinking? Clearly tacking into a losing position. Must have been one heckuva header!

Was this at the Bay. I think I see the Monument.

This is my father sailing Star #1005 "Toglenda" with Interlake #1 in the background. I believe it was 1951.

Look like wood masts.

Very cool!

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Hi all. I have an old interlace from the 30’s that I’m trying to put back together. I’m curious of whether anyone has any resources as to the proper applications. From what I can see it had a canvas deck. If anyone has any idea ast to the whereabouts of any pictures, videos, or websites it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!Image attachment

Hi all. I have an old interlace from the 30’s that I’m trying to put back together. I’m curious of whether anyone has any resources as to the proper applications. From what I can see it had a canvas deck. If anyone has any idea ast to the whereabouts of any pictures, videos, or websites it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

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Maybe Terry K can help?

What number?

Where do you live? I'd like to talk to you about your lnterlake.

I live in Cleveland. She is hull no. 47

Yankee, it was Huntley’s talk to Bryan or Brad

I have an original wooden mast in excellent shape stored indoors.

According to the records I have Interlake #47 was originally owned by John Wager. It was then sold to the Huntleys and in 1987 sold to Tom Cramer. Possibly, Bryan Huntley might have more information on the boat. P. S. Virtually all the early wood Interlake decks were covered in canvas - especially if they were painted. Mike Muhn

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Thanks to all who showed up for a beautiful day of sailing at Leatherlips for the Covid-delayed Chiefs.

Thanks to all who showed up for a beautiful day of sailing at Leatherlips for the Covid-delayed Chief's. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

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It was a beautiful day

Thanks for pulling it together!

Had a great time at our first Interlake regatta. Thanks to everyone who helped us out. Can’t wait to do this again in the spring ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

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Congratulations!🎉 Glad you've joined Interlakers all over.

It's been said that when power boating it's about the destination, and when sailing it's about the journey. NCSS bets you'll agree that the company holds true for both. ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago

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Use a powerboat to get somewhere when on a sailboat you're already there🤓

Perfect day of racing at North Cape for the Fall Blowout. John Greiner never disappoints!! Preliminary results: 1. Skip Dieball, 2. Tom Marriott, 3. Ron Gall, 4. Bryan Bradley, 5. Bob Bradley, 6. Sam Logan

At times it was as if Skip was racing by himself. Congrats Skip and family!!

Perfect day of racing at North Cape for the Fall Blowout. John Greiner never disappoints!! Preliminary results: 1. Skip Dieball, 2. Tom Marriott, 3. Ron Gall, 4. Bryan Bradley, 5. Bob Bradley, 6. Sam Logan

At times it was as if Skip was racing by himself. Congrats Skip and family!!
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4 months ago

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Beautiful

Thank you for posting this

Well sometimes when he was driving and flying the spinnaker too - while I was getting snacks and Max was busy asking his 100 question - he technically was sailing by himself.

Looking for some help I want to change the jib sheets to 2:1 what is the best size and length of the jib sheets ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago

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Unless there is a crew’s strength issue, or a desire for more incremental adjustments, the Interlake jib doesn’t need a 2:1. Nonetheless, I’d keep the diameter bigger than needed for the “hand”. 3/8 for the smallest? I’m curious as to what others recommend.

Joe & Amy, you can take a look at my set up. I have both and cut mine a bit short.

Nice breeze before the storms came in at LYC ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago

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No wind at Mohican.... lake was quiet today.

Awesome.

We had a great time sailing 1391 for the first time

Trying to figure out some of the rigging on my Interlake. I’ve seen some picture of rigging but would like more detail. Mostly looking for pics of the traveler set up. Main sheet setup. Cunningham or down haul. Also what do you guys normally do with the topping lift when sailing. Any pics and advice would be appreciated. Thanks. ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago

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I’d appreciate this information as well.

What club do you belong to. It might be easier to look at nearby boats that have similar decks to yours

Well it is official picking up boat 1391 could not be happier. Thanks to all the Interlake nation for your help and information. Looking forward to seeing and meeting everyone. Our first regatta will be the Chiefs on Oct 17. Hope to see lots of boats there ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago

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