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Are the hands a woman's or man's (à laHoward Hughes)?

 

Nice fixed dodger on the boat. I hope they used pressure treated pine.

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They don't show us a photo of the boat. They show us a photo of a photo of the boat.

 

Killer fingernails, though.

 

https://victoria.craigslist.ca/boa/6074001346.html

That boat was posted here several months ago...I think he wanted several thousand then.

 

 

Sorry about that. I didn't realize the photo of the photo was of that particular boat until Norse Horse posted the big version. I figured it was a Cal 20, but I didn't realize it was the version with the sun deck.

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They don't show us a photo of the boat. They show us a photo of a photo of the boat.

 

Killer fingernails, though.

 

https://victoria.craigslist.ca/boa/6074001346.html

That boat was posted here several months ago...I think he wanted several thousand then.

Sorry about that. I didn't realize the photo of the photo was of that particular boat until Norse Horse posted the big version. I figured it was a Cal 20, but I didn't realize it was the version with the sun deck.

No worries. Interesting that he drastically dropped the price. Probably still won't sell...there's no market for boat-shacks, and those few who might be interested have no money.

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Honestly I don't expect anyone to know about the Boeing sailboat . I think only a handful were built and I'm pretty certain they were not built at the plane factory. Here's my problem: The guys that would know about the boat are dead. But I have one friend, my age, who is a PNW yachting historian. He will know. I'm sure of it. I'll contact him today.

 

Zenmaster Fred might also know.

 

Yupper, definitely looks like one of the Boeing boats and yes, it should be in their museum. Remember, the early airplane frames were wood.

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Not a bad looking boat especially for $5k. I don't think I've ever seen a prop behind the rudder though, different.

 

 

A friend had a boat with that same prop location (islander 37).

 

It was the worst performing motor craft that I have ever been aboard.

 

Steve

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Honestly I don't expect anyone to know about the Boeing sailboat . I think only a handful were built and I'm pretty certain they were not built at the plane factory. Here's my problem: The guys that would know about the boat are dead. But I have one friend, my age, who is a PNW yachting historian. He will know. I'm sure of it. I'll contact him today.

 

Zenmaster Fred might also know.

 

Yupper, definitely looks like one of the Boeing boats and yes, it should be in their museum. Remember, the early airplane frames were wood.

 

 

My grandfather was a patternmaker and worked on Mosquito tailplanes during WW II - I'm pretty sure it was at a Boeing facility here on Sea Island in Richmond.

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Honestly I don't expect anyone to know about the Boeing sailboat . I think only a handful were built and I'm pretty certain they were not built at the plane factory. Here's my problem: The guys that would know about the boat are dead. But I have one friend, my age, who is a PNW yachting historian. He will know. I'm sure of it. I'll contact him today.

 

Zenmaster Fred might also know.

Yupper, definitely looks like one of the Boeing boats and yes, it should be in their museum. Remember, the early airplane frames were wood.

My grandfather was a patternmaker and worked on Mosquito tailplanes during WW II - I'm pretty sure it was at a Boeing facility here on Sea Island in Richmond.

Ahem...that would've been the DE HAVILLAND CANADA plant...if they had one in BC. You sure they were wood framed tailplanes? Some Brit bombers used wooden structures (Wellington, Halifax), but I'm almost positive de Havilland Canada built everything inhouse around their Toronto plants. Boeing built Stearman's as trainers, did he tell you they were for Mosquitoes or just that he built wooden tailplanes? Could've been for airborne gliders, they were really struggling to produce as many as they could, but I don't think Boeing built gliders either...

 

I'm actually really curious.

 

Edit -- Pretty sure I found it, the Boeing plant on Sea Island built Blackburn's.

 

http://www.boeing.ca/boeing-in-canada/history.page

 

 

The Sea Island plant built PBY Catalina Aircraft for off-shore air patrols, and the middle section of the B-29. Boeing Canada built 362 PBY flying boars and amphibians designed by Consolidated Aircraft of San Diego. They also built 16 British-designed Blackburn Shark torpedo aircraft purchased by the Royal Canadian Air Force...

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I know the Mossies were De Havilland but that stuff was built where the facilities were during the war - brand names didn't mean anything.

 

Mossies were entirely laminated plywood. I got the story from my dad because Ed died when I was only 9. You may be right about the "wooden tailplanes" and dad just assumed Mossies.

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Serial craigslist trawler here. When I get home from New Zealand I'm buying a boat, maybe that'll quell the addiction. I find lots of things- saw a sailboat build from a bathtub with PVC outriggers. Had half a mind to email the guy and ask what it rated. I'll see if I can't find it. But for now...

 

For only $10,000, you too can have a 47-year-old bilge keeler with a missing window. Hey, at least the hull is nicely buffed though...

 

https://maine.craigslist.org/boa/6084914513.html

 

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Has to be a typo - missed the decimal point.

 

The first boat I bought was the "big" sister to that - the Vivacity 20. Very solidly built and stiff as a porn star's dick but it was about a 1.5 KSB.

 

It would move off the wind in a breeze though - I made it from Silva Bay to the QA in 4 hours once - about a 5 K average. My first experience with some surfing in a keel boat.

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30' free cruising, Sail boat - $3000

 

https://raleigh.craigslist.org/boa/6067325760.html

 

The boat is a perfectly nice Pearson 30. You can check the pics if you want, but it's the sales pitch that caught me. It has a certain Russian émigré style, and includes nuggets of sailing and marital advice:

 

Is free on the water,, then free camper, free trolling, free crusing, Is Free to anchor your boat /mooreing on Beaufort water front,, moorehead, new bern, using 2 anchors for change of tide,,, but boat will swing from
the bow,,
1973 Pearson, well built and a popular boat,, 30' gives lots of cabin space,, gally,, stainless sink 40gal resowar,, stove, plenty of cabinet and drawer space,, Head,,potty,, privace doors both to cabin and bow v birth,, privace,, Bow birth have double cushions,,8",, good covers,, , Bow Hatch for ventaltion,, ,, Lites threw out the boat, most LEDS, has flood lites on Mast, , running lites,, ,, port side seat has slide out to double the birt to twin,,, and couch cushions on starboard side,, sleeps 5,, You fish,, will sailing troll catxch a fish wife cook it,, kids climbing all over boat, enjoying the water FREE
engine atomic 4, 20hp,, sail boats only go 6 mph,,yep that's it,, motor to get to dock, or tide running,,,, but you'll find, the minit you leave the dock/mooreing you sailen ,, now full of sail with a slite lean,,,you'll 10+,,course your only racen when another boat sails up,, Hey if your wife don't like leaning and splashen,, go slow up rite,, I don't like rough water,,,so anchor at LookOut till storm passes,, Ive dun so many times,,Love it,, there r docks to rent $100 +
Saills,,, 100jib,,and 150% Jibs,,, HUGH on this boat 35' up 12 foot along the foo (((((((up the front Luff,,15' across the bottom,, Foot,,, from top to long foot is Leach30'))))))) standing rigging good,, running rigging replaced,, 2 anchors line,, dock lines, towing lines, some more cool ropes,, life jackets,, but sure youd want glove fits jackets,, Dock bumpers (never use,,lol)
Ive worked all winter to get boat ready for cruise,,is on the hard at Bocks, hwy 101 at the ICW,, Launching free,,, I have another boat to fix,, Check pics, no crackes, cushions clean no ripps, gally and dinning table blue,,,table folds down and slits wide,,Ceiling clean and no soft spots,, the built boats solid back then,, Ive reduced my price,, 2 other boats craigs twice my price
questions appreciated and includes a sailing cruise,,

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Yacht club membership and "long term" slip for only $43,200? This is why sailing is dying...

 

https://boston.craigslist.org/nwb/boa/6077068889.html

 

Who needs a boat when for only $2,000 you can have this 80 lb. "nautical mantlepiece"? Maybe it wouldn't be so bad if it didn't have a hideously distorted hull shape.

 

https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/boa/6077269743.html

 

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"Can be negotiated on price" "Would you take negative $1000?"

 

https://boston.craigslist.org/nos/boa/6083234548.html

 

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Lastly, not mocking this one, I just can't stop looking at dat aft. It has a water damaged sole and for only $4,000 I'm sure it has some major issues. Still...

 

https://boston.craigslist.org/nos/boa/6084234418.html

 

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Yacht club membership and "long term" slip for only $43,200? This is why sailing is dying...

 

https://boston.craigslist.org/nwb/boa/6077068889.html

 

Who needs a boat when for only $2,000 you can have this 80 lb. "nautical mantlepiece"? Maybe it wouldn't be so bad if it didn't have a hideously distorted hull shape.

 

https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/boa/6077269743.html

 

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It would make a fine nautical urinal at a marine pub. ;)

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Yacht club membership and "long term" slip for only $43,200? This is why sailing is dying...

 

https://boston.craigslist.org/nwb/boa/6077068889.html

 

 

I was working at a boat show about ten years ago and the pretty girls across the way were selling quarter million dollar slips.

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Yacht club membership and "long term" slip for only $43,200? This is why sailing is dying...

 

https://boston.craigslist.org/nwb/boa/6077068889.html

 

 

I was working at a boat show about ten years ago and the pretty girls across the way were selling quarter million dollar slips.

 

 

There's a mooring ball for sale on Catalina Island for the low, low price of $1.6 million. Act fast, these deals won't last.

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There was a 60' berth in False Creek for sale a while back for well over a $mil.

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Power!

More Power!!!!!!

 

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That's some serious fukin' mainsheet tackle.

I can't even follow that reeving back to the winch.

Not to mention that vang....

That must be some serious line flaked about in the cockpit.

No wonder he's got it all coiled up so neatly.

16:1 purchase?

What's that, like 70 feet of mainsheet tripping hazard?

Some salesman at the boat show must have had a field day with this fool on his 26 foot boat.

My 20 year old cat could sheet that boom without a winch, and she doesn't even have thumbs.

And I'm not even speaking about that massive traveller......

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I do like the clever boat name in the background...

 

"Knot Work"

 

Really man?

Uggggghhhhhhhh.......

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That Capri owner must have gone out on a 60 footer and thought "My boats not rigged properly".

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Power!

More Power!!!!!!

 

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That's some serious fukin' mainsheet tackle.

I can't even follow that reeving back to the winch.

Not to mention that vang....

That must be some serious line flaked about in the cockpit.

No wonder he's got it all coiled up so neatly.

16:1 purchase?

What's that, like 70 feet of mainsheet tripping hazard?

Some salesman at the boat show must have had a field day with this fool on his 26 foot boat.

My 20 year old cat could sheet that boom without a winch, and she doesn't even have thumbs.

And I'm not even speaking about that massive traveller......

 

 

6:1 mainsheet on my boat makes 110 feet of tail. Er... yeah. But it sails like a dinghy when the wind is up! No winch needed.

 

I'm wondering how much wind it takes to even pull the line out of that?

 

um... my vang looks like that? But it also doubles as the MOB hoist.

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That bottom part of the boom extrusion needs a couple more holes...just to lighten it up!

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Power!

More Power!!!!!!

 

e3RvvMW.jpg

 

That's some serious fukin' mainsheet tackle.

I can't even follow that reeving back to the winch.

Not to mention that vang....

That must be some serious line flaked about in the cockpit.

No wonder he's got it all coiled up so neatly.

16:1 purchase?

What's that, like 70 feet of mainsheet tripping hazard?

Some salesman at the boat show must have had a field day with this fool on his 26 foot boat.

My 20 year old cat could sheet that boom without a winch, and she doesn't even have thumbs.

And I'm not even speaking about that massive traveller......

I count 10:1. Cleat is on fiddle block, no winch. Traveller is 5:1.

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Yeah, but that's not 10:1 given that there are only two blocks in line with the point of pull as it were. The 'outliers' will require a lot of effort to pull in, in spite of all the spare line it'll take.

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Closer cousin to Ragtime than to a Brentboat I think.

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$9995 here around '74 - ex. sails, outboard etc.

 

People with keel boats on lakes always seem to ask multiples of coastal market boats - getting them there is expensive but even factoring that in that boat is way more than double what they could ever dream of getting.

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Yeah but isn't $17,000 loonies something like $132.99 USD?

 

Close

 

 

 

Must be one hell of a trailer.

 

Such a nice trailer that they didn't want to take photos as someone may want to then steal it

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Its only flaw is the offset companionway.

 

 

There must be a mistake in that link. It was supposed to be an ad for a sailboat but I keep getting a couple pics of some sort of chicken coop on wheels that says "No Trailer."

 

FB- Doug

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So dad took the family's Chevy Caprice station wagon and made it a hot rod huh?

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Catalina 30 isn't a bad boat. $17K is pretty steep considering the newest sail is 7 years old. Old laminate sails have next to no value. This boat is worth about half the asking price, perhaps slightly more b/c it's in good condition and has a trailer. Most people won't need the trailer.

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Catalina 30 isn't a bad boat. $17K is pretty steep considering the newest sail is 7 years old. Old laminate sails have next to no value. This boat is worth about half the asking price, perhaps slightly more b/c it's in good condition and has a trailer. Most people won't need the trailer.

 

I see your pretty steep and raise you $7000

 

https://kootenays.craigslist.ca/boa/6097676987.html

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"Catalina 30...one of the best racer / cruisers available"

 

https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hnp/boa/6051121400.html

 

I will say that I have nothing against Catalinas as I have one, but I've never seen a statement like the one above or a C30 fitted out for racing like this one has.

 

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Probably does well under PHRF.

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"Catalina 30...one of the best racer / cruisers available"

 

https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hnp/boa/6051121400.html

 

I will say that I have nothing against Catalinas as I have one, but I've never seen a statement like the one above or a C30 fitted out for racing like this one has.

 

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Probably does well under PHRF.

They are pretty good PHRF boats, though I don't suggest sail trim as in the photo.

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This blue section was it like that from the factory or did some one add this to get head room? It just looks like a after thought at least. Never seen two deck joints on the same boat before

 

https://spokane.craigslist.org/boa/6095915433.html

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He got the name wrong.

http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=4797

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This blue section was it like that from the factory or did some one add this to get head room? It just looks like a after thought at least. Never seen two deck joints on the same boat before

 

https://spokane.craigslist.org/boa/6095915433.html

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He got the name wrong.

http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=4797

 

That also answers my question. Yes the blue bit with the weird slope was from the factory...

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This blue section was it like that from the factory or did some one add this to get head room? It just looks like a after thought at least. Never seen two deck joints on the same boat before

 

https://spokane.craigslist.org/boa/6095915433.html

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He got the name wrong.

http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=4797

 

That also answers my question. Yes the blue bit with the weird slope was from the factory...

 

 

Nice dent in the hull in way of the front pads.

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Nothing like tuck tape to seal those leaks.

 

https://comoxvalley.craigslist.ca/boa/6100743814.html

 

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Oh my. Have you ever seen red Tuck Tape residue after a month?

 

Yes I have and outdoor use isn't its strong suit. Also that interior picture really creeps me out. I feel something has happened in that boat that no one should know about

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What do you mean, Rimas crossed the same ocean several times w/ tape for water proofing (and perhaps to stiffen up the "chicken".

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Yeah, my house came as a kit, from Canadia, with a case of red tuck tape. I'm still finding red stains on the cedar, after 17 years.

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This blue section was it like that from the factory or did some one add this to get head room? It just looks like a after thought at least. Never seen two deck joints on the same boat before

 

https://spokane.craigslist.org/boa/6095915433.html

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He got the name wrong.

http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=4797

 

That also answers my question. Yes the blue bit with the weird slope was from the factory...

 

 

That is the ugliest boat I have ever seen, that wasn't a Buccaneer

 

If you want barn-sized accomodations, live in a fucking barn!

 

FB- Doug

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This blue section was it like that from the factory or did some one add this to get head room? It just looks like a after thought at least. Never seen two deck joints on the same boat before

 

https://spokane.craigslist.org/boa/6095915433.html

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He got the name wrong.

http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=4797

 

That also answers my question. Yes the blue bit with the weird slope was from the factory...

 

 

That is the ugliest boat I have ever seen, that wasn't a Buccaneer

 

If you want barn-sized accomodations, live in a fucking barn!

 

FB- Doug

 

 

No surprise, we all know what grows in Idaho...

 

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"Catalina 30...one of the best racer / cruisers available"

 

https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hnp/boa/6051121400.html

 

I will say that I have nothing against Catalinas as I have one, but I've never seen a statement like the one above or a C30 fitted out for racing like this one has.

 

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It's a little silly to put a ton of money into it as a "race boat". But it happens. There was a guy in our area did the same thing in the 80's. In PHRF he won an awful lot. To the point that some of his competitors that he was cheating. Wasn't well liked either or they were jealous of his success that how a tubby Cat 30 went so well. He was actually protested at one point. He did modify the rudder (a bit) but nothing drastic. There was a huge cry about that. 3 handicappers were involved and at the end of the day they docked him 3 points for the rudder. Didn't matter at the end of the day as he kept on winning anyway. So ya, it can be done as it has a decent general PHRF number. But isn't that how PHRF is supposed to work?

 

Having sailed both versions and the tall version does give you better power in a not full powered up situation. Like 12 knots and down. I think the TR had lee helm which I didn't like much.

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Nothing like tuck tape to seal those leaks.

 

https://comoxvalley.craigslist.ca/boa/6100743814.html

 

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Oh my. Have you ever seen red Tuck Tape residue after a month?

 

Yes I have and outdoor use isn't its strong suit. Also that interior picture really creeps me out. I feel something has happened in that boat that no one should know about

 

Dunno.

Just looks like a hole big enough to throw a hot dog down.

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"Catalina 30...one of the best racer / cruisers available"

 

https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hnp/boa/6051121400.html

 

I will say that I have nothing against Catalinas as I have one, but I've never seen a statement like the one above or a C30 fitted out for racing like this one has.

 

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It's a little silly to put a ton of money into it as a "race boat". But it happens. There was a guy in our area did the same thing in the 80's. In PHRF he won an awful lot. To the point that some of his competitors that he was cheating. Wasn't well liked either or they were jealous of his success that how a tubby Cat 30 went so well. He was actually protested at one point. He did modify the rudder (a bit) but nothing drastic. There was a huge cry about that. 3 handicappers were involved and at the end of the day they docked him 3 points for the rudder. Didn't matter at the end of the day as he kept on winning anyway. So ya, it can be done as it has a decent general PHRF number. But isn't that how PHRF is supposed to work?

 

Having sailed both versions and the tall version does give you better power in a not full powered up situation. Like 12 knots and down. I think the TR had lee helm which I didn't like much.

 

 

That boat has been on the market for years. I don't remember how but I corresponded with a guy who saw it and said it was trashed.

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Must sell this weekend - All offers considered

 

Well, that's informative. http://www.usedvictoria.com/classified-ad/Sail-boat-for-Sale_29300641

 

His Craigslist ad says it is a Corby 26. Still no price or any other info.

 

One could have a lot of fun speculating as to why it must sell this weekend...

 

 

Edit: just googled Corby 26. Which this is not.

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Must sell this weekend - All offers considered

 

Well, that's informative. http://www.usedvictoria.com/classified-ad/Sail-boat-for-Sale_29300641

 

His Craigslist ad says it is a Corby 26. Still no price or any other info.

 

One could have a lot of fun speculating as to why it must sell this weekend...

 

 

Edit: just googled Corby 26. Which this is not.

 

 

I'm almost certain that is a Martin 29 deck but it sure isn't the 29 hull. That deck or cabin top were used on several boats though so......

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https://tallahassee.craigslist.org/boa/6091519877.html

 

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Seaworthy 1965 14 ft Day Sailor fiberglass with great trailer, all sails and equipment, ready for your teaching your skills ! $950 or best offer

 

 

Yep. Because adding bannister posts around the edge of any boat, and a pirate-looking front part, makes it "seaworthy"

 

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Double post, but this one is too good not to present:

50-foot ferro, anchored somewhere in Mexico. Pictures from 2003. Cash price $6K, but you may not see the boat!

It's like "Captain Ron," but without the happy ending?

 

https://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/boa/6112942290.html

 

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"...See why I'm not gonna screw around for 8500 bucks? I mean, it's a 50' boat and I have zero reason to even sell it in the first place. But I will if you've got the money and make the deal before I change my mind." "...The float fee at the marina in Mexico is $370 a month and the marina is only a ten minute drive from Loreto International Airport. The cost of a flight is less than 300 bucks one way and you can be there in 6 hours. But, like I said - I'm not about to let someone go down there and pick apart my boat. It's 8500 dollars sight unseen and that is the only way I'm gonna sell it." "...The price is 8500 but if you have 6000 cash today I will sell the boat."

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Buying a 50' boat sight-unseen? What could go wrong? There's a guy with a 35' Sea Witch looking to upsize.

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There's a Samson C-Deuce for sale for $76K in the UK. By comparison, this is a steal. Although, something tells me $6K is closer to the true value.

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Buying a 50' boat sight-unseen? What could go wrong? There's a guy with a 35' Sea Witch looking to upsize.

 

You sound like you're just a hater Kocher. ;)

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Buying a 50' boat sight-unseen? What could go wrong? There's a guy with a 35' Sea Witch looking to upsize.

 

You sound like you're just a hater Kocher. ;)

 

 

Nah

 

A hater would suggest building a ginormous plywood catamaran.

 

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Looks like you get a lot of snacks too!

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"This boat has ten times the character of most other boats and it truly is an "amazing" vessel."

 

C-Deuce = Chick Magnet

 

- D.J. Trump, Yacht Broker

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