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Old 17-11-2008, 14:01   #16
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Originally Posted by FerdinandMagellan View Post
Hi all,

We're relatively new to sailing/cruising, but we're looking to live aboard full time within the next couple of years, starting in the Med and then working our way over to Asia.
If you started in New England you could take my 31 Searunner Trimaran. It's a grear sailor. Needs some amenitites but very solid. Plus it has center cockpit so if you got into a fight you could get out of each others hair for awhile. At $23k certainly within your budget. :-)


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Old 17-11-2008, 14:31   #17
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Maybe a tri?

If you would consider a Trimaran this one looks like a pretty good boat, and you may be able to get it for a lot better price than listed.

1983 Corinthian Trimaran Sail Boat For Sale -


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Old 17-12-2008, 05:22   #18

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Catalac 12M

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I understand that only twelve (12) 12M's were ever made, and 1 of them was lost, leaving 11 still out there. I'm seriously considering one and if I can't locate one now at least I can keep a list of the boats still in existance for a time when one may come up. If you know of one for sale or potentially for sale I'd like to know. Thanks.
Two were "lost". One in the Pacific when the owner insisted a New Zealand naval ship ram and sink their boat. (she was nuts but did manage to write a book about it). The other in Hurricane Wilma. This boat was salvaged and is now in a boat yard in Titusville, FL.

There is one for sale in Texas, right now. There is also a Catalac 10M for sale in Florida. The 10M has new sail drives.

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