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sailor32

FT10 for sale

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Tigger: Dangerous When Stripped is ready for a new owner. She is in Tacoma, WA on her trailer, ready to roll.

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Tigger: Dangerous When Stripped is ready for a new owner. She is in Tacoma, WA on her trailer, ready to roll.

 

What cha going to replace her with?

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My husband claims he is "cold and old" so we bought an Ocean Alexander 52! We are selling our race/cruise equipped 2004 Catalina 400 (Catalina400.blogspot.com) and the FT10.

I think the FT10 would be fun as a partnership: 5 owners at $10,000 each.

Mary Lou

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My husband claims he is "cold and old" so we bought an Ocean Alexander 52! We are selling our race/cruise equipped 2004 Catalina 400 (Catalina400.blogspot.com) and the FT10.

I think the FT10 would be fun as a partnership: 5 owners at $10,000 each.

Mary Lou

 

Thanks K,

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Folks, this is the real DWS sailed by Snap -- remember, there was a silent ownership in the background. Owners are looking to get out from the boat -- I met them the other day. Very nice people, someone can pick up a VERY WELL sorted Tiger at a good price.

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Could you post the asking price and your contact information? I'm not in the market (got one) but would like to help you find an owner locally if possible.

 

 

Tigger: Dangerous When Stripped is ready for a new owner. She is in Tacoma, WA on her trailer, ready to roll.

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Glad you asked for contact info. I wasn't sure of the protocol on this forum. 253-923-2387 or 253-221-2713. We are asking $45,000. USA 22 has 5 sails and a double-axle galvanized King trailer with surge and electric brakes. Tohatsu 9.8. She won Whidbey Island Race Week twice, West Sound Round the County, San Diego YC FT10 class, and 2010 San Diego NOOD.

Thanks for your help

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Glad you asked for contact info. I wasn't sure of the protocol on this forum. 253-923-2387 or 253-221-2713. We are asking $45,000. USA 22 has 5 sails and a double-axle galvanized King trailer with surge and electric brakes. Tohatsu 9.8. She won Whidbey Island Race Week twice, West Sound Round the County, San Diego YC FT10 class, and 2010 San Diego NOOD.

Thanks for your help

 

That would be three time WIRW winner!

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Great pics. Glad for the correction. You guys are great.

 

Hi Kitten, Just left a voicemail and sent an email. I have a few questions about the boat.

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Great pics. Glad for the correction. You guys are great.

 

Hi Kitten, Just left a voicemail and sent an email. I have a few questions about the boat.

 

Oh boy... this could give me a nice benchmark to race against... Go shopping MCG, Snapper has this one dialed in!

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Great pics. Glad for the correction. You guys are great.

 

Hi Kitten, Just left a voicemail and sent an email. I have a few questions about the boat.

 

Oh boy... this could give me a nice benchmark to race against... Go shopping MCG, Snapper has this one dialed in!

#81 is in Louisville, KY and for sale. This boat has never been used. New condition.

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Great pics. Glad for the correction. You guys are great.

 

Hi Kitten, Just left a voicemail and sent an email. I have a few questions about the boat.

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Hey MCG,

I checked with a local trucker, Dudley Transport, and he could move USA 22 to CT for between $4,000 and $4,500. Skiing is great here.

Kitten

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Dear FT 10 sailors,

 

Tigger, Dangerous When Striped, has a new owner. US 22 will be sailing here in Tacoma.

 

You have been terrific. Many thanks,

 

Mary Lou aka Kitten

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The boat looks great. How do you like the Ullman sails?

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The boat looks great. How do you like the Ullman sails?

Snapper did us right on the sails. We will get an understanding of the boat with these sails and most likely update with Ullman when the time is right.

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