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  1. SeattleB

    Newbie from Seattle eyeing getting this boat...

    Attach the system to the top of the existing stove?
  2. SeattleB

    Newbie from Seattle eyeing getting this boat...

    I going to try and check this one out this weekend.
  3. SeattleB

    Newbie from Seattle eyeing getting this boat...

    Thanks everyone for the help, gives me some stuff to think about!
  4. SeattleB

    Newbie from Seattle eyeing getting this boat...

    I am checking with her this afternoon. I will keep you posted.
  5. SeattleB

    Newbie from Seattle eyeing getting this boat...

    The joys of living in Oklahoma for most of my life. Lots of wind, but not much water.
  6. SeattleB

    Newbie from Seattle eyeing getting this boat...

    Whats the reason for the lack of places to refill CNG? Is there anywhere in Seattle that does it?
  7. SeattleB

    Newbie from Seattle eyeing getting this boat...

    This boat just jumped back on the market after a buyer backed out. Any big concern with this one being easy to operate with just two people?
  8. SeattleB

    Newbie from Seattle eyeing getting this boat...

    I really appreciate the help! Sounds like I will pass on this one for now.
  9. Afternoon from the PNW everyone. I moved here 18 months ago and caught the sailing bug, after living in land locked Oklahoma for 20 years. My wife just got back from R2AK on a friends boat. She has more experience than me now, but were both pretty new to boats. I now am really jealous I didn't go on R2AK. But there is always next year, or buy a boat of my own. So I am on the hunt, but going into this very blindly. My main requirements that I know for sure are: around 30 ft long, needs to have a head and room for 3-4 people for a weekend, nice galley, $22k or so, etc. I am not going to race it, just take out in the sound during the weekends (perhaps a yearly longer trip). I am not worried that much about yearly costs, just want to make sure I have a very reliable boat. I am a bit concerned about being able to resell the boat if I have to move in 2-3 years. I found this boat on craigslist/YW that seems to fit the bill, its looks in amazing shape after a restoration. Its seems to click all the right buttons, buts its a bit weird its been for sale for at least a year or more. What do you guys think about this boat? https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/1971/Newport-30-3088084/Anacortes/WA/United-States?refSource=standard listing#.W0RJzNVKipo