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Old 11-10-2012, 07:57   #61
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Re: Buying a Boat in Singapore

Been involved in the survey of a Tayana 37 today. I'm doing it for a friend who is away for a few weeks and couldn't be present. Lovely boat. There have not been boats like these for sale here for a long time. I think I was lucky to find her. Not sure where she will end up if my friend buys, but Punggol is also quite a nice spot.
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Old 13-10-2012, 02:54   #62
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Been involved in the survey of a Tayana 37 today. I'm doing it for a friend who is away for a few weeks and couldn't be present. Lovely boat. There have not been boats like these for sale here for a long time. I think I was lucky to find her. Not sure where she will end up if my friend buys, but Punggol is also quite a nice spot.
Do u reckon if ponggul has vacancies for a lagoon 400? Can we berth cats?
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Old 13-10-2012, 08:14   #63
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Not sure, will be there on monday to sort out a couple of problems on the boat. The offer was accepted so I now have to look after another boat.

Will ask about your cat. It's nice there in Ponggol. I like the Japanese shabu-shabu restaurant....
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Not sure, will be there on monday to sort out a couple of problems on the boat. The offer was accepted so I now have to look after another boat.

Will ask about your cat. It's nice there in Ponggol. I like the Japanese shabu-shabu restaurant....
Appreciated! Which boat did u sell away? Was it a good price? Congratz on a closed deal
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Old 15-10-2012, 00:06   #65
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Appreciated! Which boat did u sell away? Was it a good price? Congratz on a closed deal
I bought a Tayana 37 with a friend. I will sort it out for him so in the mean time I have two boats to attend to. I love the new challange but not sure if it will be healthy for my personal relationship.

Marina a bit full at the moment. Didn't get to see the chap in charge, he wasn't around. Will try later anyway.
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I bought a Tayana 37 with a friend. I will sort it out for him so in the mean time I have two boats to attend to. I love the new challange but not sure if it will be healthy for my personal relationship.

Marina a bit full at the moment. Didn't get to see the chap in charge, he wasn't around. Will try later anyway.
Wow you have three boats? Which models are those other than the tayana 37.

Why not get the gals involved with the boats?
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Wow you have three boats? Which models are those other than the tayana 37.

Why not get the gals involved with the boats?
Nice quality Tayana 37 you purchased Cap'n Morgan ! I checked it out today. With a little TLC it will be a great boat. It's fascinating how all those Perry designed boats feel good the moment you get aboard

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Yes, more work for me! Like many other boats, lots of little things that should have been done better by previous owners will keep us entertained. How about we take her out next month? I have the keys...

Sorry I didn't get to say cheerio yesterday, you were busy chatting and I had to go. Should be back on the 4th.

Keep well.

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Any Singaporean boaters selling their one degree 15 dock space for a size 40ft lagoon 400 catamaran.

I am offering $2k to buy over your space.

Kindly PM me if interested.
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wanted to say hi to all you folks here

still hunting down my moby...
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Yes, more work for me! Like many other boats, lots of little things that should have been done better by previous owners will keep us entertained. How about we take her out next month? I have the keys...

Sorry I didn't get to say cheerio yesterday, you were busy chatting and I had to go. Should be back on the 4th.

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see you when you are back in town

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There is no Moby....

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Just find something you like ....
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Hi CS,

Yes, trying to determine what are my needs. notwithstanding how little I know about boats.
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Yes, trying to determine what are my needs. notwithstanding how little I know about boats.
Come and see us and we can show you around. Walk the marinas and the yards (you don't need boat shoes). Usually what you NEED is much less than what you WANT.
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