Originally Posted by GBeekman
would like more info please. Has the cabin hood
(material) been removed? Is there a recent survey
? What is the condition of the bowsprit wood
any other info would be helpful. Spec sheet? Listing notice
gbeekman <at> maine
<dot> rr <dot> com
I am not sure what you are asking by "has the cabin hood material been removed?" If you are asking about the cabin liner, yes it was removed. The hardware
that was attached to the deck
was all properly drilled and filled and backed. The liner could be replaced as original, or (what I would do) is to attach strips with epoxy
and then secure something like bead board to cover it. The liner is not finished, but has been painted and is not much of a distraction the way it is (leaving it open allows easier maintenance
in the future.
THere is no 'listing notice' as there is no broker
involved. If you are bringing a broker
to the table expect to pay his commission as the asking price
does not include any slush for a third party.
There is no survey, but the boat is certainly available if you would like to arrange one. The nice thing about a Flicka is that there are not many places for things to be 'hidden' that would require a surveyor
to ferret out. The boat is in excellent shape, and considering the equipment
upgrades are worth the asking price
it would be pretty tough to go wrong... but if a survey is required by your insurer by all means do it.
The "condition of the bowsprit wood" is sound. The boat is mostly cruise
ready (of course the mast
would have to be re-stepped) and minor things like the VHF
and depth sounder
re-installed.... if you have checked the price of many Flicka's you will find this price is more in line with an outboard
equipped boat... certainly not a boat with a new inboard and as many upgrades as this boat has.
Feel free to PM me for contact info or to arrange to see the boat.