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Old 26-11-2015, 17:07   #1
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deposit on new boat

getting survey done on 9th Dec, if all good ownership on the 14 th Dec

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Old 26-11-2015, 17:35   #2
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getting survey done on 9th Dec, if all good ownership on the 14 th Dec

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Nice! Congratulations!!!
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Fingers crossed ... and congrats!!
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That's fantastic. Wow! Hope the survey goes well. Good luck.
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From the photos, it needs rigging.
Also make the offer very low, that custom hard top is poorly done, and should save you serious money. The joinery is also poor. I like boats like this, they can be stolen.
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From the photos, it needs rigging.
Also make the offer very low, that custom hard top is poorly done, and should save you serious money. The joinery is also poor. I like boats like this, they can be stolen.
sad to say the sea trials went poorly ,the poor things been sitting for 5 years .not much was working on bored .i understood it needed new stays, all new ropes and fore ward hatch replacing. however the rest that wasn't working made it a rebuild job rather than a ready to sail .the owners were stead fast on the price so i had to walk away , pity she was such a nice boat 5 years ago.
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