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Old 03-11-2008, 06:04   #16
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Originally Posted by Liberty28 View Post
With all due respect and it's none of my business, but where in God's Green Acres are people coming up with the funds to purchase these boats. I must be the only fool in the middle of a depression that has impacted my ability to even purchase second clothes!! Oh well.
Ain't it the TRUTH!!!
My retail business is failing...... my 401K is in the crapper..........
bills are mounting and some toys may have to go.......
including my Endeavour E40!

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Old 03-11-2008, 08:59   #17
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I managed to get through 91, and this looks the same, or WORSE. It won't be easy that's for sure. I just keep working on the boat. Hopefully it's ready before I am!


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thanks people for your input.
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Old 03-11-2008, 09:36   #19
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There was a family that cruised the Med and the Caribbean on one a couple years ago. Maybe a google search? I like the boats and would not be afraid of the deep draft unless I wanted to sail where I knew it would be prohibative. The rig is managable at 1,000 sq ft with a #3.

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