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Old 24-08-2012, 07:02   #31
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Re: Cheap Multis and Projects

39' Harris for $11K
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39' Piver for $16,900
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46' Cross fro $18K. This is a project.
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35' Piver Trimaran
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Here's one of those Searunners in Mexico.
1985 37' searunner trimaran
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One of the waterworld tris was rebuilt in So Cal and has been activly and succesfully raced in such races as the newport to ensenada and one of the races to Hawaii, the name slips my mind.

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This one is more bucks but built with foam core. Looks real fast.
96 CROWTHER 39' TRIMARAN SAILBOAT
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One of the waterworld tris was rebuilt in So Cal and has been activly and succesfully raced in such races as the newport to ensenada and one of the races to Hawaii, the name slips my mind.

Steve.
It's called "LoeReal", Mr. Enloe of El Paso TX is the owner, I was lucky enough to get a ride once.

23+ in about 12kts of breeze. THAT'S a LOT of fun.
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Howabout a 41' Piver for only $5,900. This is a project!!!!!!
1971 Piver Victress Sail Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com
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Here's one for $0. It's just the hulls only. His pics didn't load. It is NOT the finished boat.
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Here's a big Privilege for 60K. Comes with tree house. Price reduced!
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Here's one that made it through Hurricane Isaac!
Fully electric. Sail/umbrella fits nicely on top of port or starboard hull!
Price negotiable, but don't wait too long! This one will go any day!

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Howabout a 41' Piver for only $5,900. This is a project!!!!!!
1971 Piver Victress Sail Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com
If I ever need someone to find me a boat, I know who to talk to.

The interior needs to be updated, but I wonder what else is wrong with that boat? The pilothouse needs quite a bit of work too. I wonder what shape the sails and rigging are in? But that is a good size boat for the price.
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30-FT AUGNAUGHT, 1995

Latitude 38 - The West's Premier Sailing and Marine Magazine

This boat has been for sale for ages, and the photo in the link is probably the best shot you'll ever see because (and everyone is entitled to their own opinion, naturally) I believe this is one of the ugliest designs to ever see production. Nevertheless, it's hard to imagine a better deal for a 30-foot trimaran. Hopefully it's in good shape. Staring too intently may cause the eyes to bleed, but I figure, as long as you're the one driving the thing, your gaze will be on the sails and the water.
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30-FT AUGNAUGHT, 1995

Latitude 38 - The West's Premier Sailing and Marine Magazine

This boat has been for sale for ages, and the photo in the link is probably the best shot you'll ever see because (and everyone is entitled to their own opinion, naturally) I believe this is one of the ugliest designs to ever see production. Nevertheless, it's hard to imagine a better deal for a 30-foot trimaran. Hopefully it's in good shape. Staring too intently may cause the eyes to bleed, but I figure, as long as you're the one driving the thing, your gaze will be on the sails and the water.
This was down at the bottom of the page:

28-FT TRADEWINDS TRIMARAN, 1968
Pillar Point Marina, Half Moon Bay $5,000/obo
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