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Old 02-09-2014, 03:18   #16
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Re: 33' Morgan Out Island (warrior)

The fog lifted and there was sunshine and clear blue sky.

Sorry about the thread drift. Hopefully, there's a trade off in bump-value.

Back to our regularly scheduled boat lust...That shore is a purty sailboat, sir.
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Old 02-09-2014, 08:30   #17
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The fog lifted and there was sunshine and clear blue sky.

Sorry about the thread drift. Hopefully, there's a trade off in bump-value.

Back to our regularly scheduled boat lust...That shore is a purty sailboat, sir.
Glad ya got the vision man... (I attached a pic of a J for clarity)

Oh for sure I don't mind the hijack ! The new "hijack" emoticon is cool... but cooler woulda been... "thread pirate!" Not one boat inquiry, and this thread is bumpin' along like a Danforth on hard pan...

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Unlike some people, I can't be a two-boat guy. We'll have to work out a trade. So, that means two 6-month deliveries. (Insert nyuk-nyuk-nyuk emoticon here)
(missed this before)
Let me list your boat for sale somewhere south and sunny... That way we sail two boats there and one back???
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Re: 33' Morgan Out Island (warrior)

That picture is almost exactly what I installed - a turnbuckle is essential to make the proper tension adjustment.

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Old 02-09-2014, 13:09   #19
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That picture is almost exactly what I installed - a turnbuckle is essential to make the proper tension adjustment.

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What a clean super setup huh?
Turnbuckle... Threaded rod link...
I think it's imperative to be able to adjust the tension...

I'll bet yours turned out great!
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Double man oh man. What a beaut! If you didn't have her on the wrong coast, I'd be all over that.
I agree with what HF said...someone's gonna get a great boat.
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yes she is a beauty.

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Heh, in 2004 my first boat was going to be 1979 Morgan 33 OI but I chickened out at the last moment thinking it was too big for a newbie plus was told by the surveyor that it was somewhat underpowered with an old 23HP MD11. But the price was right as we negotiated it to $12.5K down from $18K asking price as it had too many as the syurveyor called them "home depot" non-marine upgrades which needed to be addressed. Ended up with a 27' and 5 years later went for a 36footer as the 27 was just too small for my needs. Had I purchased that Morgan 33 I would probably still have it. Very solid boat and although not a race winner can be trusted in all kinds of conditions.

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Sir,
I am looking for a boat.
"A Veteran of the Marine Corps and Coast Guard I am a single guy, recently retired looking for a small sailboat to live aboard and learn to sail. The ideal boat is 30-35'. I need the hull to be sound and livable from the start but I am a quick learner, quite handy and can fix almost anything myself. I hope to find a boat in a slip that is transferable. I prefer a boat that needs repair so I can become familiar with the systems. Location is not a big deal. I have $9,000 cash and I am open to owner terms."
Let me know if you would like to discuss it.
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