I want to become a liveaboard
Today, while in Deltaville, I came across a 30' Coronado. I am having trouble finding info on this boat. It had a well in the cockpit
for an outboard
The guy at the marina said he thinks it is an 1982, but isn't sure.
It was on the hard
and we didn't get to see inside today. This is an abandoned boat, one of many sitting in the yard. I get the feeling this guy wants to clear out some of the stuff the old owner of the marina has all over.
What do you know about this boat?? How is the keel
attached? There seems to be a line down both sides of the keel
where the fiberglass
needs to be repaired. There is also a line of rust in this same spot. Is this something that can be fixed simply by patching the fiberglass
I would prefer a turnkey boat, but I'm on a small budget
. I think I might be able to get this boat for almost nothing, especially if I agree to give this guy the business of repairing it to float-able and bare necessities livable. I can do minor stuff myself once I'm already aboard.
All info on this boat is appreciated. What is the construction method, and what should I be looking out for?? What about this keel?