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Old 08-02-2022, 20:15   #3661
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I wonder if the thieves stole the rudder

I imagine the rudder was lost while being beached. So much for aft hung rudders.

The thieves really did a number on that one. No telling what the hull integrity might be.
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Old 08-02-2022, 20:47   #3662
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I wonder if the thieves stole the rudder
Those rudder stealers...
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Old 08-02-2022, 21:29   #3663
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offshore / off grid - $15,000 (st martin)

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Why does this thread keep getting closed?
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Old 09-02-2022, 12:36   #3665
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1971 Charlie Morgan 38'

1971 Charlie Morgan 38' sailboat - $20,000 (Blaine WA)

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Old 09-02-2022, 18:29   #3666
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1971 Charlie Morgan 38' sailboat - $20,000 (Blaine WA)

https://bellingham.craigslist.org/bo...443815870.html
This one below the waterline is a lot like the Bermuda 40, for those of you interested in those.

BTW, we are trying to figure out why the thread keeps getting closed; we're working on it. It's not due to transgressions.
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1996 Bruce Roberts Marutius 43

1996 Bruce Roberts Marutius 43 steel hull - $21,000 (Orcas Island WA)

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Old 10-02-2022, 06:22   #3668
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1971 Charlie Morgan 38' sailboat - $20,000 (Blaine WA)

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Very nice CCA inspired, traditional lines on that boat.
Apparently they also made it as a yawl.
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Pacific Seacraft, Crealock 37'

Pacific Seacraft, Crealock 37' - $11,000 (Anacortes WA)

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1978 Irwin 39 Citation Sloop

1978 Irwin 39 Citation Sloop Sailboat - $8,000 (St. Petersburg, FL)

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If I hadn't just bought the Pearson, I'd be all over this! Time to stop kicking tires guys and do it. I bet they would entertain $8K.
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If I hadn't just bought the Pearson, I'd be all over this! Time to stop kicking tires guys and do it. I bet they would entertain $8K.
Id replace decks and motor on that at $11k. Damn. Put $50k into it and youre still ahead.
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If I hadn't just bought the Pearson, I'd be all over this! Time to stop kicking tires guys and do it. I bet they would entertain $8K.
$8k, but that thing needs at least $55k USD in hardcore retrofit if the purchaser already knows fiberglass repair & electrical and made it their full time 9-5 for a few years. The video in the ad goes over everything it requires, how they didn't consider it profitable enough to refit themselves and then flip.
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Id replace decks and motor on that at $11k. Damn. Put $50k into it and youre still ahead.
If there is no water intrusion into the decks, its mostly labor. I did a KP44 teak deck removal and fastener hole fill in 3 weeks and that included new LPU non-skid. Materials were around $400. The Universal M25 is not a good engine for that boat anyways. A Yanmar 4Jh would be my 1st choice or a Beta 38. The 4JH is easier to find used. I bought a used one in 2006 for $3K. I've seen ones recently go for around $4.4-$7K, depending.


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$8k, but that thing needs at least $55k USD in hardcore retrofit if the purchaser already knows fiberglass repair & electrical and made it their full time 9-5 for a few years. The video in the ad goes over everything it requires, how they didn't consider it profitable enough to refit themselves and then flip.
I have built two steel boats of my own and restored/restoring 6, total F/G boats. So this isn't my first rodeo. That said, I believe it would be $55k if you turned it over to a yard. That would be a pretty silly thing to do as most of the work is sweat equity. One restore I did to an Olympian 34 required the removal of a dead coyote and chain saw the interior out leaving just the bulkheads. I was finished in 2 years working 20 hrs. a week on it while working full time and raising a family. And that included an LPU paint job. It can be done but requires a lot of dedication.
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