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Mgr. On Eagles Wings
Posts: 2
Registered: March 2011
Location: Ithaca, NY
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4 week share of Dickerson '41
Quantity Views Date Posted
1 464 Sat April 6, 2013
Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition Distance from you
$10,000.00 None Excellent
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Description: On Eagles' Wings (OEW LLC) is a shared ownership 1979 Dickerson 41' ketch that is professionally maintained and kept year round at Village Cay Marina in Tortola, BVI. There are currently two shares available for 4 of usage for $10,000. Owners can split their time into 2 segments. Each owner's share of annual operating expenses averages $1,500 per week. This is a great way to enjoy sailing in the BVI on a beautiful boat at a fraction of the cost of a charter. For details and pictures please go to: http://www.bviKetch.blogspot.com
Keywords: Shared sailboat, BVI, ketch, Caribbean


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