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mk11blue 04-08-2010 03:44 PM

Annapolis sailboat info?
 
i would like for ANYONE that could help identify my sailboat to email me i know that it is an Annapolis 76 if i am not mistaken and it is 26-27' i have pictures and need assistance with the specifics of the boat, i am needing to sell it and unfortunately know nothing about her. she's beautiful and i am hoping someone can help me, please. i need to know the hulll and all that good stuff also what she's worth.. please help!!!

mk11blue 04-08-2010 03:47 PM

also i want to post about her
 
i would like to put up some pictures and i am sure that someone knows about her. i just dont know how to post my own thread and add pic yet


~Kimberly

sailingdog 04-08-2010 03:58 PM

Read the POST in my signature...it talks about how to do all that stuff..

Quote:

Originally Posted by mk11blue (Post 590573)
i would like to put up some pictures and i am sure that someone knows about her. i just dont know how to post my own thread and add pic yet


~Kimberly


MorganPaul 04-08-2010 04:15 PM

Are you in Titsville ?

Is this your listing ?

annapolis 27' sailboat (rare) with furuno radar

mk11blue 04-08-2010 04:19 PM

yes morgan
 
thats my listing for the annapolis my husband is gone and cant communicate with him so i know very little about it

LinekinBayCD 04-08-2010 04:23 PM

There should be a serial number on the boat somewhere (typically on the transom). Its pretty much the same as a VIN for a car. I'm not sure when they first were required but I thought it was prior to the 70's but I could be wrong (doesn't happen much :) ) The first couple of letters are usually an abbreviation of the manufacturer. The Coast Guard may been the instigator in requiring the boat "VIN". If you could find it on your boat you probably could find a translation of it somewhere on the internet.

SW329xl 04-08-2010 04:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mk11blue (Post 590592)
thats my listing for the annapolis my husband is gone and cant communicate with him so i know very little about it

I don't know of an Annapolis 27, but there is a 26. Is this the same boat as yours?

ANNAPOLIS 26 (HOLMES) Sailboat details on sailboatdata.com

mk11blue 04-08-2010 04:30 PM

wow thats it
 
your amazing!!

any idea what i should sell her for? i spent forever trying to find info online about her, why is there so little information online about this boat?

MorganPaul 04-08-2010 04:33 PM

OK Kimberly here is a link to one that sold 5 years ago.

Annapolis 26 sailboat for sale

I would say in todays market she is worth about 2-4 grand.

SW329xl 04-08-2010 04:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mk11blue (Post 590598)
your amazing!!

any idea what i should sell her for?

Unfortunately, I think you need to lower your price dramatically. Here is a recent comparable boat for sale. Aside from the radar, it reads a lot like your boat. Radar on a boat like this is going to be overkill for the type of use it will likely see. You might try listing that separately as I doubt it adds much value for the person who might want your boat. This boat was originally listed for $5,500 and the price was later reduced to $4,500. That should give you a sense of where to start.

1978 Annapolis 26 sailboat for sale


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