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Old 02-10-2016, 07:21   #46
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Re: Gulfstar 50 Delamination

I've done a lot of work on my boats in that yard, including too much grinding and welding.
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Here is another one in the bargain bin . . . .

9926 1975 50' Gulfstar 50 Sailboat | eBay
It was submerged at least 24" so there will be issues with electrical... But this could be a good boat for someone who wanted a 'Big' boat for less. Look at the inventory. Repowered with a Yanmar, selden boom, etc. Someone did put some love into the boat at one time.

It is a project and there would be an effort to get it in shape. Figure on spending $75k to $100k to turn it into a great cruising monohull.

Just a thought for those who want a project boat and have a few years to work on it.
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Re: Gulfstar 50 Delamination

Hey Fightin, was this Gulfstar berthed in Delaware City? There's a GS50 there that's been on the market for over a month. Several buyers have come and gone, they all back out for some reason. If I was closer to the boat I'd inspect it myself. Was the Delam detailed in your Survey?
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Re: Gulfstar 50 Delamination

Yes that is the boat in Delaware City. We were hauled out next to it for 2 seasons. If you go back to the beginning of the thread you will find a description of the delamination.

Did she not sell at the last EBay auction?

IMVHO she was worth the bid prices. That said she will need a lot of work and money. But a beautiful spacious boat that would work well for the ICW with its shortish rig.

I know she came to the dock from Lewis under her own power, I caught lines.
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