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Old 12-07-2018, 07:09   #2401
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2001 Wildcat 350 - $25000 Outer Banks NC








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40x35 ft trimaran - $15000 (Hampton Va)





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Good thing we just crossed the Atlantic or I'd be the owner of the Wildcat 350 right now

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Good thing we just crossed the Atlantic or I'd be the owner of the Wildcat 350 right now

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I'd figure that one would fetch more than $25K. I wonder if it sank and everything made of wood is now papier-maché.
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Hugo Meyers 46 Cat 60k CA https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/boa...635852535.html






https://oregoncoast.craigslist.org/b...636552748.html



Buhler (Designs from 70s/80s BC Canada) 39' pilothouse trimaran on the OR Coast 20k






Wharram 36 with a cool trailer if nothing else..
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Old 12-07-2018, 12:41   #2406
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[QUOTE=VBsail;2672006]2001 Wildcat 350 - $25000 Outer Banks NC


Some more photos the owner sent me. Could be a good cat & good buy for the right person, but keep in mind the perceived "build quality issues" of SA Wildcat may reduce the resale value vs other brands even if you fully rebuild it







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Re: Cheap Multis and Projects- wildcat 350

oh, that is a project boat!!
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This boat has a fin keel and cold molded, leading me to believe it might possibly be a cross "R" design, perhaps ... Wide beam for an older tri, center cockpit. Owner doesn't know what design it is. Did any of the Harris trimarans have fin keel?



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40x35 ft trimaran - $15000 (Hampton Va)





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2001 Wildcat 350 - $25000 Outer Banks NC


Some more photos the owner sent me. Could be a good cat & good buy for the right person, but keep in mind the perceived "build quality issues" of SA Wildcat may reduce the resale value vs other brands even if you fully rebuild it







Did he say if it sunk? Does he have the interior pieces he removed.... it makes for easy patterning new items.

We bought a project boat last time we arrived in the Azores.... I'm not sure the wife would let me do that again But, it is fun to look.

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38' Trimaran near Baltimore MD. I am pretty certain I was aboard this boat a dozen years ago. Just like the ad says now, back then it had lots and lots of spare parts in secured bins. The cockpit is small to enhance seaworthiness. It was built for long distance expeditions. Consequently, there wasn't much in the way of creature comfort. But even when loaded down it still had some liveliness to it at the dock. Certainly not for everyone. Opening bid is $500.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Solid-Trima...&_fsrp=1&rt=nc
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But why bother with any of those project boats when you could own this:

https://annapolis.craigslist.org/boa...644150424.html

I've had the great pleasure of crewing aboard this boat many times. I have only good things to say about Seawings.
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But why bother with any of those project boats when you could own this:

https://annapolis.craigslist.org/boa...644150424.html

I've had the great pleasure of crewing aboard this boat many times. I have only good things to say about Seawings.
Came her to post that one! Looks like a great boat and at a great price.

Skip Johnson design 36 foot fast cruising trimaran -$22,000





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OMG. $22K???? Where's my check book???

Oh. Still waiting on a new one from Clark Rubber.... Damn.
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