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Old 26-02-2010, 08:07   #1
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1978 Coribbee 21 Sloop, well equipped and in reasonable condition for year. Sailed across Biscay last year, good sea boat/coastal cruiser.
4 Berths, cooker and sink(new F/W bladder tank), 2 mains, furling genny and working jib. 4hp Evinrude O/B with 12 litre fuel tank.
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I just have to ask boatman- do you have part or all of Portugal for sale? And how much are you asking. (could you please convert from euros...teehe)
I noticed you also have a boat for sale. Is that the one in pictures in recent threads?
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Hey Newt... you wanna buy Portugal...??
Gimme a coupla days n I'll see what I can do...lol
This is the boat I'm selling.. crossed the Biscay in her last June..
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Hi, I'm guessing it's a single cabin in there, and no separate heads? (She said hopefully!) ... in which case no go, but if she has a separate forepeak and a heads that can be closed off, can you let me know what you're asking for her, where in Portugal she is, and what her moorings are costing (and if they are transferable) please? Thanks!
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Hi, the fore peak is seperated by a ply bulkhead with curtain... the head is a bucket and chuckit at present tho there is space for a sea toilet in the forepeak if you wish to install one.
Pictures of Naiad are in my Albums on this site.. the asking price is 5,500 euro Negociable.. lots of extras solar panels, tiller pilot, H/H GPS & VHf, 2 burner ckr with grill all new last year... also immaculate 2.90 dinghy use once when I stopped at Baiona on the way down here..
She's in need of a spring clean and some varnish work exterior wise but good value for Portugal.
Location Figuiera de Foz... transferable/900 euro/yr... Algarve you could get a mooring or cheaper rate.
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Hi, thanks for the details; I'm becoming more and more fixed on wanting a full bulkhead separating the forepeak and toilet from main cabin, so probably must have something at least 24' for that. Good luck with this sale, though!
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Hi, thanks for the details; I'm becoming more and more fixed on wanting a full bulkhead separating the forepeak and toilet from main cabin, so probably must have something at least 24' for that. Good luck with this sale, though!
Suggest you look at a Virgo Voyager... they dont have the perfomance or sealegs of a Corribee 21 or a Hurly 22 but do have 6ft headroom and a "Private Head".... best you'll get under 26ft....
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