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Old 01-06-2015, 16:13   #106
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It may take me a while to sail from Bellingham to Florida. You might need some patience.
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Old 01-06-2015, 16:23   #107
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Thinking of saving money by working on other people's boats for nothing.


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Old 01-06-2015, 16:25   #108
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No pain. They had lived on her for 17 yrs. in the NE. Heating a wooden boat and causing condensation took it's toll. Such is life. They enjoyed her that's what counts.
And a nice funeral pyre to finish it off. Roast marshmallows, tell old sea stories.
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Old 01-06-2015, 16:26   #109
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Wait a minute, I double his offer!
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Old 01-06-2015, 16:44   #110
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It may take me a while to sail from Bellingham to Florida. You might need some patience.
That's OK but the sooner you start the sooner you'll get here. One thing I can guarantee you, with 4 boats there's always something to work on here. I guess you've got job security.
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Old 01-06-2015, 17:13   #111
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Boat Inspection Trip Tips - SailboatOwners.com

Not form sailnet but co.com
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Old 02-06-2015, 15:27   #112
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And a nice funeral pyre to finish it off. Roast marshmallows, tell old sea stories.
No the old man that owned the boat yard took care of it. For nothing. He was a trip. Heard he was a mean old SOB, that was only from people he had to track down for slip or hard fees. Probably days gone by, marinas and boat yards are big business today or condos with slips.
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Old 03-06-2015, 09:47   #113
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Happy to see the Hunter Cherubini's made the cut! We love our 1980 37C Hunter which we bought two years ago in NC for 20K. The survey came back better than average for her age and she's been a great boat to live aboard too! WE couldn't have asked for better for our budget!

check her out at www.mountainsandseashore.blogspot.com

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Happy to see the Hunter Cherubini's made the cut! We love our 1980 37C Hunter which we bought two years ago in NC for 20K. The survey came back better than average for her age and she's been a great boat to live aboard too! WE couldn't have asked for better for our budget!

check her out at www.mountainsandseashore.blogspot.com

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It's nice to see others enjoying their Cherubini Hunter. Ours has been great too. Nice blog, Camile!

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