Moore Adoptions!

A few PNW Moore 24’s changed hands this past year, without following the proper adoption procedures, but we feel they have gone to worthy owners that understand the obligations they are taking on.

By Hull Number:

#16 Salt Shaker sold from Bainbridge Island to Zak Norris. Zak took the boat up to Anacortes to upgrade and get out sailing in 2015

#16 on its trailer after purchase

#16 on its trailer after purchase

#37, Seldom Seen, sold from its rebirth Hood River Home to Andrew Estcourt, also of Hood River.

#37 2013 Hood River PCC's

#37 2013 Hood River PCC's

#37 2013 PCC's Hood River

#37 2013 PCC's Hood River

#39, Pura Vida, sold from it’s loving home in Hood river to Julio Predes, also of Hood River.  Julio has been out sailing with his son and friends getting the boat up to speed in the challenging but beautiful conditions of Hood River Oregon

#39 with Mt. Hood in the background

#39 with Mt. Hood in the background

#39

#39

#72, The Mighty Morphine sold from Bainbridge Island to Nick Farley and Kandace Glavick.  The duo brought the boat all they way over to Ballard and have been getting up to speed in the various PNW races.  The one rule they where given was they can absolutely never change the color of the cockpit.  If they do, we will paint it back.

Mophine

#72 at Rum Run 2014

Morphine Owners

Nick Farley and Kandace Glavick

#109 EverMoore was sold from Victoria British Columbia to one Captain Ryhs Balmer.  Ryhs quickly brought the boat south to Tacoma and jumped right in to the Winter Vashon race.  This is one of the boats rescued from the East Coast, it’s great to see her continue to be active in the PNW.

EverMoore

#109 at the start of Winter Vashon 2014

EverMoore 2

#109 at the start of Winter Vashon 2014

#114, everyone’s favorite Poore Decisions, was sold to another owner in Hood River Oregon as Mr. Walsh moved off to the Midwest.  #114 is also an East Coast Rescue and continues to show off her abilities in the challenging conditions of Hood River, Oregon.

#114 with Mt. Hood in the background.

#114 with Mt. Hood in the background.

Boats are changing hands, getting upgraded and new life is breathing into these old slippery ULDB’s.  There are a few more for sale currently, so if you’re thinking of adopting one of these little cult boats be sure to fill out your adoption paperwork and we’ll do everything we can to help and welcome you into the fleet.

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