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Old 31-07-2017, 12:26   #2191
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Well, I do take time off of boat shopping once in a while...so it's possible I did not see it on the market the first time...would be curious when that was...I did go back to see your post which was 9/24...and I had emailed the broker 9/23, probably the night it was posted...so obviously the same boat...not sure about the Carabelle comment though, as she was purchased in Punta Gorda and I'm quite sure she hasn't been near Carabelle for some time (if ever)...

as an interesting side note, this boat is the same boat that Don Butler bought and did a write up on in 1998, I had just returned from Asia (1996) after getting bitten by the sailing bug, I jumped on a 38' double ender in Phi Phi Thailand and we sailed to basically everywhere that big tsunami struck in 2004 (Phuket, Punta Banda (epicenter), Lankawi, Galle harbor and the Maldives)...I was determined to someday have a Catamaran (after my first night in Ao Chalong)...Don Butler helped keep the Edel 35 on my short list...and now I've got that beaten up old girl....funny how the world turns

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Old 01-08-2017, 10:02   #2192
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Privilege 39 $45,000
http://www.yachtworld.com/boats/1989...ten-St.-Martin
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I'm sure his mailbox is getting hammered.

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Old 01-08-2017, 13:36   #2195
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We passed 2.5 years ago on a 39 privilege for 40k. Both engines ran well. Rig was good, boat was a nightmare of neglected deck penetrations, leaks and leaking windows, and the wiring was ripped apart.
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We passed 2.5 years ago on a 39 privilege for 40k. Both engines ran well. Rig was good, boat was a nightmare of neglected deck penetrations, leaks and leaking windows, and the wiring was ripped apart.
LOL...sounds like my boat...that's why she's and will always be "a project"
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Got it Steve, thanks.

How do people find, see and jump on these "Cheap Multis and Projects" so fast? Must be some magic interweb gimtrickery that I have little hope of ever figuring out.
Late to the party, but figure out what model (or models if you're windhorze) you want, set up some Google alerts, then sit back and let the fish come to you ...
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Old 02-08-2017, 10:17   #2198
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Maybe something like this?

http://www.sailboatlistings.com/view/65936
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That boat has sold!
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Seems really cheap, heavenly twins on ebay with almost new outboards
http://www.ebay.com/itm/322628721388
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Seems really cheap, heavenly twins on ebay with almost new outboards
http://www.ebay.com/itm/322628721388
I believe pair-a-dice was for sale on sailboat listings out of Florida in late 2014/early 2015 for $20k. I remember seeing the same color scheme and name for an HR when I was looking.
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I met a young couple who had sailed their Heavenly Twins from the UK to the Carib. They had total confidence in the boat but said performance was lacking. Loaded for cruising they were lucky to maintain 5.5 knots. Still, incredible layout with two double berths and a very functional galley (standing headroom only in the hulls).
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I believe pair-a-dice was for sale on sailboat listings out of Florida in late 2014/early 2015 for $20k. I remember seeing the same color scheme and name for an HR when I was looking.


Back on sailboatlistings.
http://www.sailboatlistings.com/view/67485
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Old 02-08-2017, 13:19   #2204
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There was a PDQ 36 that was on Craigslist yesterday for $15k. It lasted a few hours before being removed. Probably a scam.
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With a fresh new price [emoji12] Though if it does have two new 25 hp outboards, certainly understandable!

I think this had two mods then: removed divider in berths to make it a large king, and one of the walkthroughs closed off and turned into an internal gasoline tank. Funnily enough, the sailboat listings advert shows the FL registration still, and I think the same dry lift it was on then too.
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