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Old 20-05-2008, 08:44   #16
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Upgrading the PS Test Boat

Check it. I bet you can learn alot about the Tartan 44 from practical sailor.
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Old 20-05-2008, 19:28   #17
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Ok, check this:

http://www.tartanyachts.com/images/c...1brochure1.pdf
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Old 21-05-2008, 16:51   #18
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Great stuff and I really appreciate the information. If I can pull it off I plan to take the boat to Palau and then over the years...as finances allow....do refitting in the Philippines where labor is less expensive and there is good access to quality hard woods...please wish me luck.

Thanks again to all the input from the members here.

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Old 21-05-2008, 17:36   #19
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Old 21-05-2008, 17:42   #20
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Keep us posted with your progress.
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Please don't buy a boat unseen or hire a surveyor without talking to him and his references. Advertised boats that are priced below market are never going to be good buys. They get that way by being passed over by knowlegeable buyers. Brokers are not into the charity business. If you can find a boat in Hawaii, it was at least sound enough to get that far!
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Found that picure of an old 44. Little Roundup and your good to go.
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There's no weeds??? She is beautiful did you check out the picture attached to a previous post???
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Engine Size

Have you considered the size of the engine on this boat. Yanmar 27hp seems a little small for ocean crossing? I would be happier with double the size. Given that you are not going to undertake work in Cali. You may need to rely on your engine.
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