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Old 28-01-2019, 17:54   #2596
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Re: Cheap Multis and Projects

Yeah, I agree. YIKES!

Ad states it flipped while on the hard, and water damage on the salon roof seems to bear this out. Not much water and probably only rainwater that flooded the damaged salon while upside down.

So needs a new cabin roof and some of the decks.

But the big question mark is the broken off mini keel on the port hull, and the huge cracks in the side of that hull.

My guess is that whole area will need to be removed and replaced - core damaged, both skins damaged - and some major interior dismantling will need to take place to get at it.

To do that effectively you need to take the salon roof off anyway, as most of the doors, bulkheads, shower compartments, stairs etc are 'modules' added to the bare hulls prior to the salon roof going on.

Either have to cut them into pieces to remove them or take off the roof.

Major, major job and months on the hard with a top quality shipwright to get it right.

And then you need a mast and all new rigging....

So, off the back of the envelope, guess-timate $40-100K, depending on how much the new owner can do themselves.

Me, I'd strip it and cut it up....it's only a Leopard after all....
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Old 28-01-2019, 20:10   #2597
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Chrismck - that is my kind of project. Strange combination of pictures ( diesel jugs, oil suction, etc ) but nothing about the mast sails, etc
Looks like someone tried to patch it up, not sure what the expanded foam is all about. 6500 hrs on the engines but for $17,000 and someone who is not afraid of a serious project, that is a cheap boat. Just understand that selling it down the road may be difficult. Insuring it may also be a challenge . The engines and generator alone are worth more than the asking price.

Be interested in your thoughts after checking it out.
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Old 29-01-2019, 15:58   #2598
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Prout Quest for $19,000

https://miami.craigslist.org/mdc/boa...802015164.html
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Now that might be worth looking at...
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Old 29-01-2019, 18:11   #2600
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Hi
I found this Boat in the USA, on a UK forum, I am quite tempted myself,
https://htcca.co.uk/topic/ocean-winds-33-for-sale/
$9000

It's a Patterson boat, I already have the first ever Paterson summer twins 25.

Wants to sell to someone who knows about Patterson, hulls have been worked on, not sure about the rest,
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Old 30-01-2019, 01:13   #2601
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I found this Boat in the USA, on a UK forum, I am quite tempted myself,
https://htcca.co.uk/topic/ocean-winds-33-for-sale/
$9000

It's a Patterson boat, I already have the first ever Paterson summer twins 25.

Wants to sell to someone who knows about Patterson, hulls have been worked on, not sure about the rest,
That looks like a great boat. First cat I ever sailed was a Patterson designed and built Star Twins 32 back in the early 90s. I didn't know he'd built anything as big as a 33 way back in the 70s.
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Old 30-01-2019, 14:30   #2602
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https://tampa.craigslist.org/hil/boa...798698124.html
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https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F143109871109

Quick eBay sale- vessel must be moved by the 11th
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Old 03-02-2019, 19:49   #2604
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An old Hartley Lively mid-refurb in WA - that's Western Australia, to you lot!

Needs work, but 'cheap and cheerful' - needs rigging, outboard, electronics, sails....so $50K on the water, probably

https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/ston...ran/1208771895
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And another 10k+ to get it from Stoneville to the water !
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Yeah, true, but some of the pics look like they're on the hard in Freo.

Maybe pop down and have a closer look for us, mate????

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And another 10k+ to get it from Stoneville to the water !
i think that the owner lives in Stoneville, but the boat has been in the water, unless those are pics of a sistership. i doubt that they moved to boat from the water all the way to stoneville. But stranger things have happened.
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If the storage is reasonable jump on it, but it will cost $125k when you are done. Ask me how I know, and don't buy it to sell.
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2015 Nautitech 40 $95,000 fire damage

Normally I don't post salvage boats in this thread and I appreciate others from not posting all those hurricane boats here but his one is different. It is a 2015 Nautitech Open 40 that suffered extensive fire and smoke damage from a faulty inverter and/or lithium battery. Perhaps the best part might be that it's in San Diego which is handy for lots of CF members. The boat needs a ton of work but it was a $300K+ boat.
https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/201...en-40-3506837/


Also I would ask that to posters here just give a quick description including the price to all the new finds. Many times the link is gone so we don't really know what the boat was.
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Normally I don't post salvage boats in this thread and I appreciate others from not posting all those hurricane boats here but his one is different. It is a 2015 Nautitech Open 40 that suffered extensive fire and smoke damage from a faulty inverter and/or lithium battery. Perhaps the best part might be that it's in San Diego which is handy for lots of CF members. The boat needs a ton of work but it was a $300K+ boat.
https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/201...en-40-3506837/


Also I would ask that to posters here just give a quick description including the price to all the new finds. Many times the link is gone so we don't really know what the boat was.
Wow!! Ok, itís going to need some work and the port hullís going to need structural reinforcements, but for say, an offer of $60-$80k that could be a bargain! Get the port hull sorted and you have a sailable boat. After that, the interior can be re-done to whatever spec you like. Obvs need to have a survey done just in case, but defo looks to be a good starting point for a cracking boat!

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