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Old 18-08-2016, 15:23   #16
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Thank you. Maybe i can get it for a song and a dance. It is worth a try. The owner died and his son had it shipped here a few years ago and it oh as been sitting since

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VAGABOND 47 sailboat specifications and details on sailboatdata.com
I am curious how much singing and dancing she'll go for in Scottsdale...
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Old 19-08-2016, 08:04   #17
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Judging from her surroundings the owner never finishes a project it looks like a junk yard. I'm sure it is going to rot away surrounded by cars and other junk

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Re: What is it?

that is a vagabond . if longer than 45 ft is a 47. if shorter is a 42.
either is a good boat but they not related in any way--not designer not manufacturer not country of origin.
the way to check is lod.
if 42 ft is a vagabond 42. if close to 47, is a vagabond 47.

scottsdale is a loong loong way from any significant water--is 5 hours plus to guaymas

you looked the number and name in nvdc, then it is as nvdc says it is. vagabond 47.
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scottsdale is a loong loong way from any significant water--is 5 hours plus to guaymas
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Guaymas, Intersting, Hmm, wonder what it would be to truck it down there? How is Guaymas? Never been there.
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Re: What is it?

Guaymas is a pretty big city. San Carlos would likely be more appropriate for yacht stuff.
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only difference between sc and guaymas is guaymas thank gods has fewer in resident expats. they drive prices way up. formosas LOVE guaymas, but only to pass thru to mazatlan then south.
i have yet to spend time there. what i know of it is from folks spending lots of time there. i had been planning to refit there but i came to my friends in mazatlan.
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