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Old 27-01-2011, 02:39   #46
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Here is the 1 owner boat. For me, 30 plus years of tlc by a devoted old guy + 1 owner + sailed on a lake + well built Cal = yippeee, where do I sign ?

http://www.yachtworld.com/core/listing/boatMergedDetails.jsp?boat_id=2137946&ybw=&units=F eet&currency=USD&access=Public&listing_id=56149&ur l=

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Old 27-01-2011, 05:28   #47
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look at this one................Ed Columbia 29 sloop sailboat

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Old 27-01-2011, 07:36   #48
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I like the layout of that boat.It is set up like a camper.Dinette across from the galley.That is better than having 2 bench seats.Thanks.
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Old 27-01-2011, 09:35   #49
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yeal,l saw them too... i am looking for larger then 28ft... the 32 looks slow, and I dont like the tone of the seller... but can understand...
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Old 27-01-2011, 09:39   #50
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Here is the 1 owner boat. For me, 30 plus years of tlc by a devoted old guy + 1 owner + sailed on a lake + well built Cal = yippeee, where do I sign ?

http://www.yachtworld.com/core/listing/boatMergedDetails.jsp?boat_id=2137946&ybw=&units=F eet&currency=USD&access=Public&listing_id=56149&ur l=

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im guessing about $1k to ship her to the ocean?
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Old 27-01-2011, 10:32   #51
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Hey, shameless plug, but we are selling our Westerly Fulmar 32. Great boat, most everything done already. Just needs the headliner tacked back up on the cabin sides. We spend tons on new hatches, Tiller Pilot, Isotherm refer, lines, etc. Will be going up on YW for $29k in a few days. It is in the best Marina in NC, a hurricane hole, NW Creek Marina. Shout it you are interested.

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Old 27-01-2011, 13:15   #52
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i love shameless plugs.. i would rather buy from someone here and or expereinced then from some stranger who just wants out for any other variety of reason.. so bring them on.

your boat sounds good and all that, but Is a bit out of my price range... I need to be less then $15k...

I wish you the best of luck, and would suggest you post some pics here and or in other threads for more exposure...


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Old 27-01-2011, 13:17   #53
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and i am not going to sweat hurricanes... if i was holed up in an apartment and the hurricane hit me, I would be killed by all the flying debris and building collapses, etc... vs, being tossed a mile or so in my boat..

either way wont be pretty, but, coming from earthquake, fire, mudslide, riot area of so cal, it wont matter..
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Old 27-01-2011, 13:29   #54
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In case of a hurricane, you evacuate. The problem is keeping your boat safe.
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where would you evac too? running from hurricanes gotta be like running from earthquakes.. no where to hide..
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Old 27-01-2011, 13:37   #56
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where would you evac too? running from hurricanes gotta be like running from earthquakes.. no where to hide..
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Old 27-01-2011, 14:01   #57
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ot, but i have survived a couple earthquakes in my 20 years here in so cal...

the northridge earthquake, in '92 woke me up, and i ran aroiund for a bit, then huddled down in a doorway and started puking...

glad i had the wife stay all calm and take care of the baby.

I am not normally afraid of earthquakes but for some reason being woken up and the severity and motion and length did me in.

I was in another earthquake and outside on a hill in a sub development and it was the coolest experince.. i could see light poles swaying in different diferetions, and the mounts/foothills had a light layer of dust coming up off them.. it was eerie / cool

it is disorienting during an earthquake when you want to hold onto and walk onto something you think is solid and secure and stable and it feels like mush...
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ot, but i have survived a couple earthquakes in my 20 years here in so cal...

the northridge earthquake, in '92 woke me up, and i ran aroiund for a bit, then huddled down in a doorway and started puking...

glad i had the wife stay all calm and take care of the baby.

I am not normally afraid of earthquakes but for some reason being woken up and the severity and motion and length did me in.

I was in another earthquake and outside on a hill in a sub development and it was the coolest experince.. i could see light poles swaying in different diferetions, and the mounts/foothills had a light layer of dust coming up off them.. it was eerie / cool

it is disorienting during an earthquake when you want to hold onto and walk onto something you think is solid and secure and stable and it feels like mush...
Ahhh you'da got on well with Dr T. Leary....
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Old 27-01-2011, 14:13   #59
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You just need to get 150-200 miles away from the coast where the hurricane is projected to hit. As Ike approached, IH-10 inbound to Houston was turned into outbound, so both sides of the interstate were one-way. Same with HWY 37, out of Corpus Christi. Most people either went to Dallas or San Antonio, whichever was easier.

Even if your boat is properly stripped and tied up well, there will be others that won't.

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looks like a few "project" boats.
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