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Old 24-04-2010, 05:15   #1
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Bluewater Boats Ingrid 38 Still For Sale

We still have our Ingrid 38 by Bluewater Boats for sale. We are hoping to sell her early in the season (or just hoping to sell her?) so we can hopefully make an offer on the Jeanneau that we have been watching.
The Jeanneau would fit our family a lot better than the Ingrid although the Ingrid is a fine boat.
We have had some who have seriously been looking her over but so far, no offers so she is still available.
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For Sale: Ingrid 38 Cutter Seven C's Sailing Web Log
Price is still the same: $31,000 / offer
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The video links don't work and some pics of the interior and engine might help you.
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The video links don't work and some pics of the interior and engine might help you.
Thanks - I forgot that I had the videos linked there. I will fix them.
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We still have our Ingrid 38 by Bluewater Boats for sale. We are hoping to sell her early in the season (or just hoping to sell her?) so we can hopefully make an offer on the Jeanneau that we have been watching.
The Jeanneau would fit our family a lot better than the Ingrid although the Ingrid is a fine boat.
We have had some who have seriously been looking her over but so far, no offers so she is still available.
More information along with pictures and videos here:
For Sale: Ingrid 38 Cutter Seven C's Sailing Web Log
Price is still the same: $31,000 / offer
Thanks
Hello Clausont,

I have an interest in you Ingrid and am hoping you can take some time to discuss it a bit by email. In in Oakland, and not near enough to drop by for a look. I've been on but not sailed an Ingrid 38 ketch down here but having never sailed a ketch and reticent to get too in love with it. If you can take time to correspond that would really be helpful.

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Hey Salt,
You may/not know there is an Ingrid 38 ketch in Richmond, if you have an interest.
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Sailor>Cruiser - yes I know about it, and the one in N bay. Cement keels from what ive been told.
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Sailor>Cruiser - yes I know about it, and the one in N bay. Cement keels from what ive been told.
I don't know if this is hijacking the thread, but if cement is this a huge penalty? I was aboard the on in Richmond last week but nothing was said about the keel by the broker. Can you enlighten please? If this is the wrong place to discuss perhaps you'd pm me.

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Hello Clausont,

I have an interest in you Ingrid and am hoping you can take some time to discuss it a bit by email. In in Oakland, and not near enough to drop by for a look. I've been on but not sailed an Ingrid 38 ketch down here but having never sailed a ketch and reticent to get too in love with it. If you can take time to correspond that would really be helpful.

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Hi OaklandSailor,

Please feel free to PM me for a phone number to ask more about our Ingrid.

Thanks,

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The boat is in Oregon.
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The Ingrid in the north SF area may be my old boat, Lassiger Wind, which I owned for about 20 years through the 60's and 70's. If it is the same one, she sailed out of Vancouver, BC where I bought her as a project boat, completed the work and sailed her first to Alaska, back down to Vancouver, a couple of circumnavigations of Vancouver Island, years of cruising Desolation Sound and finally a cruise down the San Francisco. I mention this to attest to the Ingrid's seaworthyness and seakindly nature, easily singlehandled or by a couple in any weather. They are unbelievably comfortable below even when a sea is running. Whoever buys her is getting a safe, beautifully designed vessel capable of handling virtually any sea condition.
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For those of you who want to discuss Ingrid 38s, please start a new thread. Clausont wants to sell his boat. Not someone elses boat.

They are wonderful boats. Do a search for more information.

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Hi, Clausont:

I am looking for boats and will be in the East coast of US two weeks from now.
I am interested to know more details of equipments and see more of interior pictures.

Can you send me email to: cool2848@hotmail.com
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