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Old 29-04-2015, 10:04   #16
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New bottom job, compounded and waxed and outboard lower units and impellers serviced. Still the lowest priced PDQ 36 on the east coast.
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Old 29-04-2015, 18:11   #17
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She's a sweet looking cat, AJ. Best wishes with the sale.

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It has been recently confirmed that they cannot be sunk by a 50 cal machine gun and 1000s of rounds! No I'm not making this up, either..
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It has been recently confirmed that they cannot be sunk by a 50 cal machine gun and 1000s of rounds! No I'm not making this up, either..
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Old 29-04-2015, 18:38   #20
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She's a sweet looking cat, AJ. Best wishes with the sale.

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Thanks Ralph. Hope your out of the yard and on your way!
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Old 29-04-2015, 18:38   #21
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It has been recently confirmed that they cannot be sunk by a 50 cal machine gun and 1000s of rounds! No I'm not making this up, either..
That impressed me as well!
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Old 29-04-2015, 18:41   #22
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Out of the yard, yes. But waiting until October to leave now. Say hi to Barnacle Bill for us.

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Old 29-04-2015, 18:50   #23
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Out of the yard, yes. But waiting until October to leave now. Say hi to Barnacle Bill for us.

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Your a smart man. The temps here have been unbelievably hot, October would be a better time.
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Old 30-04-2015, 17:30   #24
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Too late to get to the Bahamas now, and don't care to be in Florida for thunderstorm/hurricane season. Hopefully, mother nature doesn't have plans for Texas this season. I'm just rolling the dice....gotta be somewhere.

Sorry for the off topic posts. Hey, knowing how you are with your boats, someone will be buying a very nice cat.

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About 8months ago. We've done this with the last 3 cats, buy them then keep them for a season. Gets us out of the cold weather in the winter and keeps me busy tinkering with them. It's time to find a boat we can keep for more than one season.
Forgive my natural curiosity but what is the boat you will get that you can keep longer than one season? it would be great to lnow as you have lots of experience buying/selling cats it seems, I am not being cynical!

Did you sell the PDQ yet?


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Forgive my natural curiosity but what is the boat you will get that you can keep longer than one season? it would be great to lnow as you have lots of experience buying/selling cats it seems, I am not being cynical!

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We lived aboard for 18 years but bought a house 5 years ago. I can't justify or afford to own a 100k+ boat and keep the house, so we are looking for a less expensive boat that we can keep in Florida. The PDQ is still for sale.
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Ok I understand as I consider the PDQ to be very good liveaboard, so was thinking what cat could be better that you would sell it.


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I think the op might answer this question with. ". One less expensive". Looks like a great boat


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Old 27-05-2015, 18:32   #29
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Congrats on the sale..Man I was trying like crazy...
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