Originally Posted by atoll
delamination as seem in the bottom photo
,of furniture that is non structural is not abnormal on a 10 year old vessel,and UNLESS EXTENSIVE is not really a cause for concern and easily fixed.
It might be normal on your boats, but sure as sh#t isn't on any boat I had / do have / will ever have......and I ain't in the 6 figure market - I simply wouldn't want to throw my purchase money
straight down the toilet (followed by the cash for the "fixes" - of the unfixable). But I appreciate that others may be happy with a different approach...........
The only reason the internal furniture would be fracturing like that is if the hull is flexing. If it's flexing with a core
only a matter of time (10 years?) before you get (ever increasing) delam (which will get to be a structural issue). A couple of new hulls. and a new interior
should fix it........until the next time
Opening and closing doors and draws under sail in a bit of a blow would be interesting......
Me too. but I never bought 'em
I dunno what they would normally sell for, but from the previous comments (on other vessels), pennies on the dollar as a houseboat would seem about right
and from the state of those charts
either the bunk occupant is incontinent
or their is water
ingress from somewhere. and I doubt it is rainfall
In any event the owner must be insane to even try and sell looking like that - for 6 figures some epoxy
filler and paint
to bodge over the evidence would seem a good investment (even if you have to pay a "proffesional" to do that for you). Hey, it's business - yer allowed to skin the other fella