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Free Seafarer Polaris to good home—Delmar, DE

Just got this in email.

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Dear Good Old Boat Subscriber,

Something just came up that you (or someone you know) may want to know.
Holly Siegel sent this message:

"I have a 1962 Seafarer Polaris, 26 feet, designed by William Tripp. My
husband was restoring her until he became ill and passed away. I have
been trying to sell her for a year with no luck. At this time my
landlords are threatening to destroy her if I don't have her out of
here by January 1. I just heard of your website. Maybe you'd have an
idea."

Since that message -- with an impossible deadline -- arrived, we have
had several email conversations with Holly. Knowing that there is hope
for the boat, her landlords have postponed the deadline until January
31. Her Seafarer Polaris is located in Delmar, Delaware, and is being
offered free to a good home.

Holly attached a photo of the boat. We have posted it for you on this
page: Good Old Boat - Seafarer Polaris for FREE

Holly's email address is: svenskaflicka728 {at} aol {dot} com, or you can call her
cell phone: 302-258-4919.

This is the sort of project boat that might get a new good old boater
started or it might be just right for you or another reader like you.

At any rate, we'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for
subscribing and to wish you a healthy and happy year ahead.

Happy New Year from Karen, Jerry, and the Good Old Boat crew!
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a boat to the sea you don't love, she'll shake you off just as sure as the turning of the worlds. Love keeps
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—Cpt. Mal Reynolds, Serenity (edited)

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