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Old 01-03-2011, 06:43   #1
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We're Ready to Buy a Catamaran - Up to $200,000 USD

Bring us your best sailing catamaran suitable for cruising and living aboard, for that price or close either way, possibly 225, but I don't want to go there, and may not. In fact, would prefer at 175. We won't look at anything that isn't meticulously maintained, at least 1999 or newer. Well equipped will get the preference. Prefer 40'+, consider the right ~38 footer. Preference also given to a non-smoking boat. We are in the Florida Keys now and traveling while looking... we're serious, we're looking. Don't respond here, send an email, fjhnsnATrrv.net
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Re: We're ready to buy catamaran $200,000 USD

I prefer blonds, around 110 lbs, around 25, and if they can financial support me I give them extra credit

But - that's not what I'm going to get!!

Sorry, but your criteria really isn't realistic.
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Re: We're Ready to Buy a Catamaran - Up to $200,000 USD

There's an Acte which is a pre-Catana on Craigslist in northern Fla that fits your criteria. Tried email but wouldn't go.
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I tried to paste your email address in my mail and it keeps adding an aol.com after it. WTF. So it won't go through. I saw some cats you may be interested in so check your messages for my email address.
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