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Re: 1979 C&C 24, Tangerine

She's on Craigslist in Victoria and Vancouver. I can't seem to upload anything to Kijiji, their site won't find most of my photos, and won't let me upload the ones it can find.
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Re: 1979 C&C 24, Tangerine

I think I've ruled out the C&C 30 over in Vancouver, just needs too much work doing to bring her to a standard I would be happy with, by which time I'd probably be into it for $25k, for that money I can get a nice one with it all done already and just go sailing.
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Re: 1979 C&C 24, Tangerine

What are the big ticket items it needs - dodger & furling - what else?
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Re: 1979 C&C 24, Tangerine

Entire interior, stove, heating, water system (assuming you want hot water), head/holding tank, all cushions, all electronics, probable mast step repair (the bilge was full to the brim, so she also needs a working bilge pump). She's basically stripped bare inside. All woodwork inside really needs doing as well, the handrails are shot.
That assumes the motor/box/shaft/prop etc is good and that there are no horrors under the water, but it's a raw water cooled Atomic and they don't last forever.
Great boat if you want a stripped down racer, or want to spend a couple of years pouring money into her.
Shame really, I think she's basically got good bones, but at $6k I think she'd be expensive.
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Entire interior, stove, heating, water system (assuming you want hot water), head/holding tank, all cushions, all electronics, probable mast step repair (the bilge was full to the brim, so she also needs a working bilge pump). She's basically stripped bare inside. All woodwork inside really needs doing as well, the handrails are shot.
That assumes the motor/box/shaft/prop etc is good and that there are no horrors under the water, but it's a raw water cooled Atomic and they don't last forever.
Great boat if you want a stripped down racer, or want to spend a couple of years pouring money into her.
Shame really, I think she's basically got good bones, but at $6k I think she'd be expensive.
Yowza! Sure looks better than that from the dock.
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Re: 1979 C&C 24, Tangerine

Yeah, I really wanted the numbers to work, but I just couldn't get there. Going to look at a couple of (hopefully better equipped) 30s today. They'd involve going down the loan route, not really sure if I want to go there, but you do get a much nicer boat. Yeah, all the gear might still need replacing, but that's the risk you take I guess.
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Re: 1979 C&C 24, Tangerine

A $4000 Yankee 30 showed up in Seattle yesterday:
Yankee 30 Sailboat for Sale

It sounds like it was likely in good shape before being ignored for the last few years.

It's a good thing moorage is expensive and my time is limited, or I'd probably be off standing next to it today with cash. I love sailing them, and if this one was really rigged for offshore sailing then it is probably pretty well stocked.
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Re: 1979 C&C 24, Tangerine

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A $4000 Yankee 30 showed up in Seattle yesterday:
Yankee 30 Sailboat for Sale

It sounds like it was likely in good shape before being ignored for the last few years.

It's a good thing moorage is expensive and my time is limited, or I'd probably be off standing next to it today with cash. I love sailing them, and if this one was really rigged for offshore sailing then it is probably pretty well stocked.
That's a buyer beware ad, if I've ever seen one.
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Re: 1979 C&C 24, Tangerine

It's a buyer go in with open eyes ad if I've ever seen one. It sounds like a potentially good boat that was ignored for the last 5 years. That could make it a total wreck, or it could be a great deal on a boat that only needs a scrubbing and bottom paint.

If the boat was really outfitted for offshore sailing around 5 years ago chances are that it is still in good but very dirty shape now. If it was more like 15 years ago and hasn't been touched since then it is probably a total mess. An hour or two pre-survey would probably make it easy enough to figure that out. I'd give it 50/50 on someone getting a very nice deal vs someone buying a wreck.
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Re: 1979 C&C 24, Tangerine

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A $4000 Yankee 30 showed up in Seattle yesterday:
Yankee 30 Sailboat for Sale

It sounds like it was likely in good shape before being ignored for the last few years.

It's a good thing moorage is expensive and my time is limited, or I'd probably be off standing next to it today with cash. I love sailing them, and if this one was really rigged for offshore sailing then it is probably pretty well stocked.
Does anyone else get the feeling that her husband doesn't actually know she's selling it?
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