I have seen quite a few bargains out there in your price range (look up my previous post about the Farr 37 and C&C 36).
Don't limit yourself to yachtworld, if that is where you are advertising it. Put it on eBay with a high reserve, list it on Craigslist for Annapolis, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Southern Maryland for full exposure to all us bottom feeders.
Is the boat more than 30 years old so conventional financing would likely not be available? That might be a problem.
The NY36s never caught on as a one design on the Bay as the J/35s did. In PHRF, I imagine you would now be in the same class with the newer, lighter sport boats and sprit boats. You need a decent size crew to race and the boat would be challenging for a couple who want a fast cruiser.
How did you end up putting so much money into the boat? Was it an incremental process or a whole project approach?
Last edited by jameswilson29; 10-21-2011 at 02:07 PM.