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Old 12-12-2009
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Lol...sorry Flyingcarpet, I'm asking about a boat I've already bought.

Sure, I may have made a mistake but so far, it's not looking like it. I tried to do research before plunging into it, but as usual, I stumbled onto yet more sources of information after I bought it.

Although I already own the boat, I haven't taken it out under sail on my own yet. Just because it's too late for a refund doesn't mean it's too late to keep looking for something critical that might fail when I put a strain on the rigging.

Like I've said a few times before, the boat has a new motor. If I found something badly amiss, I can sell the engine alone for what I paid for the boat and start over, being the wiser.

I have confidence though. So far, I haven't found anything that says this boat shouldn't sail.
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