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Re: Are abandoned boats a big problem in the U.S?

I would think there are few people out there that look for fixer-uppers but they never get advertised anywhere, except maybe a local ad. But if they're not advertised as being available, they still never go anywhere.

If someone were to look for these type of boats, is it just a matter of going to random marinas or yards and asking if any are around?

I've thought about getting a project boat but a certain young lady is telling me otherwise.
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