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Old 29-07-2021, 11:26   #2611
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Hummmm Alberg 35 I feel like getting insurance for her would be difficult...
https://seattle.craigslist.org/oly/b...345048115.html
In this price category, I find you more-or-less self-insure for the boat value (large deductible or low declared value) and get liability insurance.
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The price on this boat has dropped again, it's down to $20K. Really good price for a 40' LOA Bristol that appears to be in pretty decent condition.
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The price on this boat has dropped again, it's down to $20K. Really good price for a 40' LOA Bristol that appears to be in pretty decent condition.
I would jump on that boat if I was ready to move aboard. I'm still pairing down and selling off possessions and property so when the time comes, and the right boat shows up, I can pack my trash and go.
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Old 31-07-2021, 15:19   #2614
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kijiji is blowing up in my area.



I'm looking at a weekender but with 2 kids I need a minimum of space. These two look interesting, look well maintained, price in canadian $:

pearson 30, 1972 for 11k$ https://www.kijiji.ca/v-voilier/vill...81987?uli=true

pearson 30, 1974 for 19k$ https://www.kijiji.ca/v-voilier/vill...974/1577513178
I spoke to the owner of the 11k$ Pearson and it looks like it's going to be sold by the end of the weekend



And this one I'm lusting over but I'm thinking it might be a bit too lively for my use.

Beneteau First class 12, 1987, 25k: https://www.kijiji.ca/v-voilier/vill...987/1578556497

"les voile sont passablement usť" can probably be translated to absolutely needs new sails


Anybody got experience with the first 12? Rough budget for sails?
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1968 Cheoy Lee Offshore 40 sail boat - $17,500 (Eastsound, WA)


https://skagit.craigslist.org/boa/d/...359108635.html
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Old 31-07-2021, 18:05   #2616
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Not exactly ready to go:

"...The 75 hp Volvo Penta that was in the boat seized and has been removed, creating an opportunity for the buyer to choose a more fitting engine for the boat..."

So, add another $10K ++.
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This one hurts my heart:

Bankruptcy Auction 1998 52' Hans Christian Christina Cutter
Auction: September 14, 2021
https://www.westauction.com/m/#/auct...ailboat-380476
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Old 01-08-2021, 11:41   #2618
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This one hurts my heart:

Bankruptcy Auction 1998 52' Hans Christian Christina Cutter
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https://www.westauction.com/m/#/auct...ailboat-380476
Wow, about $300K? (Cdn not US
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Bankruptcy Auction 1998 52' Hans Christian Christina Cutter
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https://www.westauction.com/m/#/auct...ailboat-380476
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Wow, about $300K? (Cdn not US )
Opening bid is listed as $5. I'm not kidding.

Of course, it won't sell for that, but nonetheless...
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Opening bid is listed as $5. I'm not kidding.

Of course, it won't sell for that, but nonetheless...
I'll give you ten for it
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This one hurts my heart:

Bankruptcy Auction 1998 52' Hans Christian Christina Cutter
Auction: September 14, 2021
https://www.westauction.com/m/#/auct...ailboat-380476
That one is 30 minutes away from me.
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Good evening, everyone

I'm looking at that 1981 Hardin a few pages back. Does anyone know how they were constructed? Eg. Are they cored hulls or solid fiberglass? I didn't see a compression post under the deck-stepped mast so how is it being supported?

I searched all over the internet and couldn't find anything. Should I start up a new thread?
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40í Hinckley Bermuda 40 - $30,000 (Wilmington CA)
https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ws...354388926.html
The price has gone down drastically on this boat. He must be desperate.

40í Hinckley Bermuda 40 - $16,000 (Wilmington)

https://losangeles.craigslist.org/ws...359637577.html
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2002 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 - $28,000 (Miami)

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Good evening, everyone

I'm looking at that 1981 Hardin a few pages back. Does anyone know how they were constructed? Eg. Are they cored hulls or solid fiberglass? I didn't see a compression post under the deck-stepped mast so how is it being supported?

I searched all over the internet and couldn't find anything. Should I start up a new thread?

Here is everything I know about Hardin boats. https://sailboatdata.com/sailboat/hardin-4445


The masts could be keel stepped and hidden in a wall out of sight. If they are deck stepped, then there has to be a bulk head or structural beam supporting it and the deck.






Anyone know why the thread was locked this morning?
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