I'm new obviously. All my life i have been fascinated by sailing and sailboats. Recently back in June, *fear of something happening to me physically/ injured to where i may never get to enjoy the experiance. I decided to spend all my savings and just go for it. Took a two month vacation
from my job and hunted for a sailboat big enough for me to live on and that i could afford to buy. All i had to my name was 25k. Sad amount of savings for a 30 year old but i am not college educated and don't make very much money
. I spent weeks looking and being laughed at and a very nice broker in charleston found me this boat that had been sitting in the water
abandoned in a marina for 3 years. I have been told that for eight thousand i got a deal. Time will tell....
I have never been on a sailboat never sailed. The plan is to teach myself how on a lake inland in south carolina near one of the reasons the trailer was a must. There is no travel lift
at the marina on this lake. After i learn to sail and know how to handle my boat i will get him moved back to charleston to learn to sail the ocean. If you people will be so kind i am sure i will need advise and support on this five-ten year journey to becoming an experianced sailor. Btw i have been reading the forums
for months i thank you all for already unknowingly giving me lots of buying
Behold my "1981 SQUADRON 36" that is paid for because i think bank loans are unwise.
Never posted before so if all these pictures don't show up please tell me. And if you want more just ask i have hundereds. I'm so excited!!!!!
Thank you ROSS MARINE
for puling this boat out of the water
& getting my mast
Johns Island, SC 29455
$14,500 trailer Thank you! Triad Trailers for building it for me
Raleigh, NC 27617
At High & Dry Boatworks to get a new bottom and repainted blue
High & Dry Boatworks
Charleston, SC 29412