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Old 01-08-2015, 17:03   #16
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Re: Help Should I Pull the TRIGGER?!

I just noticed I've had my oar in maybe more than I should. I just hope the OP gives serious consideration to what he wants.
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Old 02-08-2015, 00:55   #17
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Re: Help Should I Pull the TRIGGER?!

Hello SeaDreaming, this might be a very good thing, even for a beginner, if You are able to do all (really all, without any exception) the necessary work Yourself, if the boat is so close to Your home, that You can work on her every evening and weekend, and finally if You have enough time for this, could be years. In the end You will have a perfect boat, and You know every part oft her, there are no secrets, she will fit perfectly to Your needs, the best boat in the world (for You).
I know what I'm talking about, because I'm doing a similar project. If You cannot fulfil one of these requirements, don't do it!
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Old 02-08-2015, 09:23   #18
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Nice looking vessel, shame you missed it, seen a lot worse.
These things are designed to sail in the ocean.
Thanks Chief yeah it looks like it needs some work but hopefully the new owner can get her ship shape in no time thanks for your response.
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Hello SeaDreaming, this might be a very good thing, even for a beginner, if You are able to do all (really all, without any exception) the necessary work Yourself, if the boat is so close to Your home, that You can work on her every evening and weekend, and finally if You have enough time for this, could be years. In the end You will have a perfect boat, and You know every part oft her, there are no secrets, she will fit perfectly to Your needs, the best boat in the world (for You).
I know what I'm talking about, because I'm doing a similar project. If You cannot fulfil one of these requirements, don't do it!
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Thanks for the advice Mariner this ship has sailed but I appreciate the hopeful positive response. I dont mind hard work either and was looking forward to fixing this boat up but hopefully the next guy takes good care of her.
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