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Old 22-01-2022, 15:56   #3421
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Old 22-01-2022, 16:07   #3422
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i know about the engine, what happened to the sails and the oven?

i wud consider her if i could enter the US.

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The sails were removed from the boat, the story is that they were being measured. I guess they didn't like the oven.
If the current owners want to sell then set up a escrow account and the money could be funded in one day.
We talked to the yard, they want the boat gone.
The money is waiting for the seller,
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Old 23-01-2022, 11:52   #3423
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Not a lot new to report, other than a cheap, dated Piver Victress in France.

We’ve pretty much decided on swapping to a 40ft+ tri and this thread has been invaluable... keep ‘em coming!

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Old 23-01-2022, 12:15   #3424
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Old Goose 37 in Portugal, €47,500
For Sale: Prout Snowgoose 37 - EUR 47,500
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Old 23-01-2022, 12:31   #3425
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There's a Lagoon 410 on YW in the Carib for about $140K. It was hurricane damaged but fixed up mostly. Also an older Lagoon TPI 42 (I love these boats) for around the same price. This one has daggerboards. I recall something about this one written up here. It may have been hurricane damaged as well but also fixed up some and obviously retrofitted with the boards.
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Old 23-01-2022, 12:34   #3426
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Here ya go
https://www.yachtworld.com/yacht/199...on-42-8164002/
https://www.yachtworld.com/yacht/200...0--s2-6741809/
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Old 24-01-2022, 03:59   #3427
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This one seems pretty decent. Cedar/epoxy build, daggerdoards, kickup rudders, etc. The only drawback is the forward cockpit with no protection and there's really no back porch either but I still like it. $125,000 in Florida.
https://www.catamaransite.com/catama...ale/custom-40/


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Old 24-01-2022, 06:16   #3428
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This one seems pretty decent. Cedar/epoxy build, daggerdoards, kickup rudders, etc. The only drawback is the forward cockpit with no protection and there's really no back porch either but I still like it. $125,000 in Florida.
https://www.catamaransite.com/catama...ale/custom-40/


Besides the unknown "custom design" aspect, that looks to be an awesome boat. Corrects a lot of the shortcomings seen in the Atlantic 42 - aft duckboard walkway and door, galley up and still usable, full visibility around the boat from inside.
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Really like this custom cat. Very well thought out and looks to have excellent interior finishing .
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Did anyone else notice none of the windows in the salon area are openable? Only the doors to the fore and aft cockpits provide ventilation.
Apart fomr the forroard cockpit issues (like a PITA in chop or rough seas) the dagger boards looked a bit oddly positioned. Might have been the camera angle but they appeared to be almost forrard of the mast, and not angled back substantially...??
I concur with the lack of aft cockpit. I think despite its obvious build quality, especially in the joinery and fittings, this is the wrong layout for such a relatively short hull. Might work better on a 50' hull so you had some space aft for cockpit?
Probably a good Florida/Bahamas boat, maybe down islands also, but would not want to cross the Atlantic in it.
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Old 24-01-2022, 19:09   #3431
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It looks so well thought out that it would be a shame if the placement of the boards was not designed carefully too. Perhaps it has long beaching keels aft of the boards?
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It's hard to tell, but form what I've seen on other boats - mainly tris - daggerboard protruding ahead of the mast is a long and sharply angled beast, so as to get the COE on the board as far aft as possible. These look as though they are almost in line with the mast if not forrard of it. Just thought it was odd.
But I'm sure it was well thought out, like you say, the rest of the boat shows attention to detail.
Just...odd....
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It looks so well thought out that it would be a shame if the placement of the boards was not designed carefully too. Perhaps it has long beaching keels aft of the boards?

That thought has merit. The skeg keels of the Dazcat 1495 are why the boards are so far forward.... a good half a meter fwd of the mast bulkhead.


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Old 25-01-2022, 20:45   #3434
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Prout 37 in Panama 29k https://www.sailboatlistings.com/view/93962
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