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Old 16-10-2016, 11:48   #1891
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Re: to haul that project boat or buy as-is

Website says "Sale Pending", I'd love to be a fly on the wall and see what needs to be done and what the boat looks like when it's refurbished.

I wonder what the inside looks like now?
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Old 16-10-2016, 11:52   #1892
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This looks pretty nice,



http://www.sailboatlistings.com/view/61747

Until you get to picture #8 and that's a WTF? moment...
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Old 16-10-2016, 16:14   #1893
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Until you get to picture #8 and that's a WTF? moment...
Judging by the other boats and the small cars in the picture, that is likely just a picture of the boat under construction, not its current state.

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Old 16-10-2016, 18:44   #1894
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Re: Cheap Multis and Projects

They even compare it to a tank.
I'll bet it sails like one as well.
Everywhere I look in those photos, I see unneeded extra weight !
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Old 18-10-2016, 13:00   #1895
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Website says "Sale Pending", I'd love to be a fly on the wall and see what needs to be done and what the boat looks like when it's refurbished.

I wonder what the inside looks like now?
I'm curious about the "Sale Pending", I think that usually means the buyer is trying to arrange financing, but who would lend money on that boat?

If I was in FL right now I would have gone to look at that, I need a project.
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Old 19-10-2016, 15:22   #1896
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solid fiberglass layup
Edel 35???

1992 Edel Strat Cat 35 - 1 Sail Boat For Sale -

Haul 350ish
surveyor/fiberglass guy min $200

or just get it to a DIY yard and deal with whatever you find

boats in the water, bottom has been cleaned



I think I am half in love.......thanks for the post
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Old 19-10-2016, 15:25   #1897
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Re: Cheap Multis and Projects

Theres a Heavenly Twins 26 on Gumtree in the UK. Just an hour down the road from me.

Was considering viewing it, but I'd want the 27, and this one has a 10bhp outboard, which wouldn't suit my needs either.

Still, at just 14,000 it's not bad.

https://www.gumtree.com/p/for-sale/s...ich/1191292068
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Old 21-10-2016, 06:34   #1898
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solid fiberglass layup
Edel 35???

1992 Edel Strat Cat 35 - 1 Sail Boat For Sale -

Haul 350ish
surveyor/fiberglass guy min $200

or just get it to a DIY yard and deal with whatever you find

boats in the water, bottom has been cleaned
Definitely - That's a perfect project boat.

My neighbor has one that he bought new in 93 or so. He just outfitted it with new mack square top and mack pack. I've sailed alongside of it, and despite the lack of daggers, it performs well upwind! It is well built and is an East Coast veteran with several trips to Bermuda....
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Old 21-10-2016, 07:01   #1899
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48' Atlantic catamaran project. Chris White design. Been working on this for too many years. Times up! Have to let it go. Medical issues force me to acceptt that it's not going to get finished by me. Many components are built. Cross beams, dagger boards with cases, pilot house, fore and aft decks. Underwing panels, wing deck fairings. Outside steering station. Decks fore and aft,, ruddder blanks and posts. Articulating mast ball and socket. Underwing decks, wing deck fairings. And more. I can send pics via email. Price for project $12,500.
Seperarly priced:
I also have hull lumber, 2000 Lin ft of B and better, clear WRC.
Required uni glass.
Plywood for bulkhead and cabinetry.
Please note: the plans are not for sale! Nor will I make and sell copies.
Plans are free with the boat project. Everything is there. Time is of the essence at this point. Will make a great deal on all of it to the right buyer.
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Old 25-10-2016, 16:11   #1901
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Farrier TT 720 Trimaran
24ft L 18" to 4' draft
8ft 6in wide folded
16ft wide unfolded
Not sure on weight
Well the time has come.
I'm getting old and I do not forsee me being able to finish this project TT720.
So I going to, reluctantly, sell her.
She needs the 2 port side beams finished built.
The port rear beam needs some work on it.
And the big one. I started the cabin modification, per the plans on Yahoo group.
I have the cabin top roughed in, needs decking and backing braces.
I have all the plywood wood, epoxy, and most of the paint needed for both the beams and the cabin.
The trailer is a very nice trailer, tandem axles and new paint and fenders.
Great tires.
Good sails, so-so tramps.
All rigging, mast, boom etc.
Now to the hard part, price.
I know I will never get what I have invested in her.
Need $5000
A few pics under boat classified, but more available.
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Old 02-11-2016, 23:07   #1904
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Old 03-11-2016, 03:49   #1905
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€5000 is cheap. Even if you need to spend another 10k. Too small for me though.

I'm looking for something with standing room in the saloon, diesel engine, and around 30-35' in length.

I seem people don't want to list their boats in the Autumn/Winter.

P.S Can anyone tell me why French catamarans always come with a dead body Corps mort?
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