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I Want to buy Pearson 323 and sell Pearson 365

Does anyone know of a 323 in good condition on the Chesapeake Bay?
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I Want to buy Pearson 323 and sell Pearson 365

How much are you asking for the 365?

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I Want to buy Pearson 323 and sell Pearson 365

There''s a pretty good looking 323 on the dock at Independent Boatyard is St. Thomas. Good place to start a cruise, even if you''re just running downwind back home through the Bahamas. KW
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Hi,
I'm going to sell an exceptional one in Eastern NC which I would be happy to deliver to the Bay. It is truly exceptional and will command an above average price in the market. It is a lightly used New England boat and recently restored to near new condition with a long list of new equipment.

Jim

PS It won my club's cruising class regatta series last year.
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I'm going to sell an exceptional one in Eastern NC which I would be happy to deliver to the Bay. It is truly exceptional and will command an above average price in the market. It is a lightly used New England boat and recently restored to near new condition with a long list of new equipment.

Jim

PS It won my club's cruising class regatta series last year.
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