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Old 08-03-2022, 07:08   #3466
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Sounds almost to good to be true.
Either something is wrong with boat or they missed a zero in the price.
Or they are really desperate to sell quickly.
Outboard.
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Old 08-03-2022, 07:12   #3467
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Like in its outboard powered? No doubt a positive in my viewpoint
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Old 08-03-2022, 07:19   #3468
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Like in its outboard powered? No doubt a positive in my viewpoint
Yeh Iím with you on that. Iíd say the free standing carbon mast would put a lot more people off than an outboard...

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Old 13-03-2022, 00:45   #3469
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If in decent shape that cat is an absolute deal!
noticed it in my email about 4 hours after it hit and was already "pending"...have been trying to put in a backup but poor response...doubt buyer would be backing out anyway...but stranger things have happened...sure would save a lot of hassle finding a boat on this side of the canal...but...I'd still be up for a racy 1200...
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Old 13-03-2022, 03:32   #3470
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noticed it in my email about 4 hours after it hit and was already "pending"...have been trying to put in a backup but poor response...doubt buyer would be backing out anyway...but stranger things have happened...sure would save a lot of hassle finding a boat on this side of the canal...but...I'd still be up for a racy 1200...

Yup, I know the pending buyer. He was on top of it right away. Wishing him good luck.
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Old 13-03-2022, 06:35   #3471
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Our 30ft Punch catamaran is for sale.

Ebay listing is here - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/224877366...-127635-2958-0

In short, fully refitted last two years (sails, standing & running rigging, cushions, plumbing, wiring, 640W solar, new trampolines, Vulcan anchor, rebuilt Yammy 9.9) and our plans have changed so now up for sale.

Great boat, pretty rapid and very comfortable for couple, small family, or just on your own if you like your space.

£35,000 or offers around that figure...

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Old 14-03-2022, 03:06   #3472
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Our 30ft Punch catamaran is for sale.

Ebay listing is here - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/224877366...-127635-2958-0

In short, fully refitted last two years (sails, standing & running rigging, cushions, plumbing, wiring, 640W solar, new trampolines, Vulcan anchor, rebuilt Yammy 9.9) and our plans have changed so now up for sale.

Great boat, pretty rapid and very comfortable for couple, small family, or just on your own if you like your space.

£35,000 or offers around that figure...

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Very tempted to take a look as I'm just down the coast at Moraira right now. My wife would kill me though
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Old 14-03-2022, 04:15   #3473
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Very tempted to take a look as I'm just down the coast at Moraira right now. My wife would kill me though
Haha interestingly enough we were going to stop in at Moraira on the way south but couldnít confirm a marina berth!

Itís a great small cat and has been an awesome liveaboard - weíre in Valencia for another week if you can convince your other half😁

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Very tempted to take a look as I'm just down the coast at Moraira right now. My wife would kill me though

Always better to seek forgiveness than ask permission.
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Haha interestingly enough we were going to stop in at Moraira on the way south but couldnít confirm a marina berth!

Itís a great small cat and has been an awesome liveaboard - weíre in Valencia for another week if you can convince your other half😁

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Not many berths available in Moraira unfortunately. Inside the outer wall is a good option though. There was a Priv 495 there for months last year.
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Always better to seek forgiveness than ask permission.
Don't think I'll get away with that a second time. Mind you, I did buy her the house in Spain with the proceeds of my boat sale so I should have some credit in the bank.
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Not many berths available in Moraira unfortunately. Inside the outer wall is a good option though. There was a Priv 495 there for months last year.
What a small world - Iíve been on that Priv 495! It was sold to a German chap who keeps it two pontoons from us. Nice boat and a HUGE amount of space and headroom.

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Yeh Iím with you on that. Iíd say the free standing carbon mast would put a lot more people off than an outboard...

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Both are positives in my book........ An outboard is servicable. It doesn't make the interior stink of fuel, etc, and eliminates at least 3 through hulls......... all good IMHO. These ARE sailboats aren't they? The free standing mast means eliminating a "house of cards". Anybody who doesn't consider a stayed mast a house of cards is not paying attention. Numerous components almost all of which are subject to invisible intergranular corrosion and can fail with no warning taking the mast over the side.......
I guess I'm "out of step"......
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Both are positives in my book........ An outboard is servicable. It doesn't make the interior stink of fuel, etc, and eliminates at least 3 through hulls......... all good IMHO. These ARE sailboats aren't they? The free standing mast means eliminating a "house of cards". Anybody who doesn't consider a stayed mast a house of cards is not paying attention. Numerous components almost all of which are subject to invisible intergranular corrosion and can fail with no warning taking the mast over the side.......
I guess I'm "out of step"......
Nah, I just mean the average yachtie will look at the free-standing mast, not understand the science behind it, and write it off as not safe as itís ďdifferentĒ.

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Thatís how I bought my Porsche and my friend his mustang- although he bottled it and text the news.
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