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Re: What Is A Boat Really Worth?

Good show...a design and boat you liked. I would worry about the add ons as was said as you can do them yourself and then they are new...and state of the art. Concentrate on the realistic price of the boat and the items which were important.. Was it I good shape? How as t used previously? How many owners? Engine maintenance? Thats what really counts here not the add ons. Is it a fresh water boat? How many months a year was it sailed?

Make a fair price offer. Its easier to have the one close by than one far away.


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