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Re: "Free boat" seaworthiness

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Originally Posted by captain jack View Post
that is really nice. how much you think he wants? i am sure i could never afford it. what do you use to pull such a trailer?
Jack it's not a trailer boat. If you look you can see the cradle. the hydraulic trailer is used for lifting and moving the boats in/out the water and around the yard. I have seen the boat move with the inboard running.

the story I have so far is Boat angel sold if for $100 but the deal fell through. As far as I know at this point he owes the boat club only $200. I have no interest in this other then trying to help my club get rid of another "dead boat" Last night I was given permission the "find" someone that would want to take this boat. Anyone interested contact me please!

"Next best thing to not having a boat? The knowledge from having one!" Denise, Bristol PA, On Tidal Delaware River, Anchor Yacht Club.
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