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Old 26-07-2014, 06:18   #136
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A great topic and blog!
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Old 26-07-2014, 21:26   #137
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I got a great boat at a great price today. How about a 1982 Cape Dory 33 for $15K??
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Old 27-07-2014, 19:22   #138
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If it's in decent shape that is truly a great boat at a great price! Congrats!!!
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Old 27-07-2014, 19:23   #139
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SOMEONE PLEASE BUY THIS BAYFIELD 32 SO I DON'T HAVE TO!!! IT IS SPOTLESS!!!

Best Offshore Cruising Sailboats < $40K: 1986 Bayfield 32C Asking $27,000
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Old 27-07-2014, 19:24   #140
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Thank you. We are quite thrilled. It is a great boat in need of a little TLC and the replacement of the oil pan. For that price we are not complaining. It's our dream boat.
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Old 27-07-2014, 19:34   #141
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Let's see some pics! And tell us the story of where you found her and how you got her for such a great price!
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Old 27-07-2014, 20:20   #142
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Let's see some pics! And tell us the story of where you found her and how you got her for such a great price!
Thank you for asking. I actually did a blog post about it last night with pictures.

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Small, stout diesel cruiser: (just saw this) $6k. 24&apos; Eastward HO Diesel | eBay
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Old 22-08-2014, 22:37   #144
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Pearson Vanguard 32' for $2,700!

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Old 24-08-2014, 05:32   #145
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Best Offshore Cruising Sailboats < $40K: 1977 Ericson Cruising/Independence 31 Asking $17900
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Cannot thank you enough for taking the time to do this! I'm currently in the market for a good boat. While my budget is still currently a running number, I'll be paying very close attention to your blog.

Thanks again!

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Great deal here on a Wauquiez pretorien $25k. She looks like she needs some work, but definitely a great deal.

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You'd have to buy that Pretorien for less than $10k to make it qualify as a great boat at a great price. As it stands now it would need $35K - $45K in refit to bring it up to standard. It is much better to buy a boat like this after someone else has spent crazy $$$ refitting it.
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Here's a good model going for almost half of the others listed. With some improvements and maintenance it may push the 40K mark but still looks like a good deal.

If timing was slightly better, I would be taking a real hard look.

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You'd have to buy that Pretorien for less than $10k to make it qualify as a great boat at a great price. As it stands now it would need $35K - $45K in refit to bring it up to standard. It is much better to buy a boat like this after someone else has spent crazy $$$ refitting it.

I see a pretty good project boat opportunity. If is it advertised honestly it seems to be a lot of laborious work (painting and bright work) and not a lot of structural stuff.

You get that for $20 and put $15 in and a bunch of labor and you probably have a hell of a boat.

What's got you turned off about it?
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