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Old 18-09-2011, 14:34   #1
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31' Searunner Trimaran

This is your chance to have your very own getaway in Toronto (or anywhere else you want to take it. We've had this boat and been part of this wonderful low-cost, member-run, downtown club for four years. We're sad to leave it but we've moved and need to sell.

Details:
Searunner 31'
Sleeps 4 in one Double and 2 Singles
Yamaha 9.9 O/B with Controls to Cockpit
Tiller Cable Steering
Wind Vane Self-Steering
ProFurl Headsail Roller Furling
Maxwell ST #26 Sheet Winches on Genoa, Maxwell Regular on Main/Staysail, Maxwell Halyard Winches Main, Genoa, Staysail, Boom Clew Outhaul
Custom Aluminum Spar with Mast steps to top, Running Backstays
Cutter Rig, Main, Genoa, Yankee, Staysail, Drifter, Storm Staysail
Standing Rigging 1/4 SS, Haselford 1/2" Barrel Buckles, Norseman Terminals
Running Rigging 5/8" Cupsheets, 3/16" Pre-Stretched Dacron Halyards
Custom Dodger, Complete Mosquito Enclosure, Large SunTarp over Boom
25lb CQR, 22lb Bruce, 15lb Danforth, 30'chain 300' - 1/2" Twist Nylon Rode on Bruce & CQR anchors
6 - very LARGE Fenders,
Datamarine Link System Wind Speed/Angle, Depth, Knot, Loran, GPS, VHF
Autohelm Tiller Steering with Wind Vane
Force 10 SS Propane Barbeque
Custom Cockpit Table
Cradles for winter storage

Please see this website if interested in more club information - HOME

We can show the boat anytime!
Please call Chris if interested: 705-606-0850
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Old 26-09-2011, 15:56   #2
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Re: 31' Searunner Trimaran

What is the asking price?

John B.
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Old 26-09-2011, 16:47   #3
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Re: 31' Searunner Trimaran

Thanks for the interest. Our asking price is $28,000. She's in great shape. The previous owner lived aboard every summer for 20+ years.
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Old 29-09-2011, 05:51   #4
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Re: 31' Searunner Trimaran

Do you have any more pictures? Is the boat in Toronto?
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Old 30-09-2011, 18:09   #5
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Re: 31' Searunner Trimaran

Hi John
Yes, it's in Toronto right now. I've been trying to get my hands on some interior pics but we haven't taken all that many and at this point we're living a couple hours away. We'll be at the boat in a couple weeks and will be taking some then.
Whereabouts are you? Are you familiar with searunners? They're great boats. The only reason we're selling is that we've moved and won't be able to make use of the boat as we had hoped.
-Erin
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Old 04-10-2011, 06:46   #6
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Re: 31' Searunner Trimaran

Erin,

I am familiar with the boat. I was just on Scrimshaw, Jim Brown's boat, and have been on two others. I have never seen a solid wing 31 though.

I will be out of the country until just before Christmas but will be close to Toronto between Christmas and New Years. Is there any chance of seeing the boat then, if still available?

I live in RI and would not be able to get the boat until May. Cost of winter storage if I had to pay it would have to be part of the negotiations.

Please let me know when you get pictures.

Thanks,
John B.
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Old 05-10-2011, 17:39   #7
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Re: 31' Searunner Trimaran

Hi John

It's great that you've seen Scrimshaw. I haven't myself, but my parents have. You seem very familiar with the searunner. Jim Brown actually visited our club and has been on Mantra. We were told he was quite impressed.

As for Christmas, yes we'll be around Toronto until New Years. We'd be happy to show it to you. Winter storage would not be an issue.

Keep us up to date on your plans.

We'll definitely take more pics at lift out in 2 weeks.

-Erin
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Old 06-10-2011, 03:43   #8
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Re: 31' Searunner Trimaran

Ok, thanks. I get in touch when I get back from Japan.
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Old 14-11-2011, 12:32   #9
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Re: 31' Searunner Trimaran

Hi John
Finally got some inside shots for you.
Is your plan still to be in the Toronto area around xmas?
-Erin
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Re: 31' Searunner Trimaran

Hi John
Just wondering if you were able to see the interior picks? We're planning a trip to Montreal sometime after Christmas, so I'm curious when you might make your Toronto visit. If there's flexibility on your end to come before the 28th, that would be best for us. Let us know when you can.
-Erin
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Old 05-12-2011, 05:39   #11
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Re: 31' Searunner Trimaran

Erin,

The boat looks very nice. However, I bought a Searunner 37 on Saturday. It is not nearly as nice as yours but the price was right. My wife also likes the extra space.

Thanks for the pics. Good luck on the sale.

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