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Laser 28 for sale

After 12 years I am selling Rugosa, my laser 28. I am buying a Farr 38. Rugosa is well equipped and is in great shape. These are great racer, cruisers and single-handing boats. If you are interested please Email me and I will send you a more detailed listing.
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Jeff,
I sold my 33'' boat recently in a few days using BoatSearch here on SailNet--its free. Another free service I''ve found is www.boats.com
I''m sure there are other''s.
You can put in pictures of the boat.
It sure beats paying 10% commision, and it works. Good luck.
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Thanks for the tip. (BTW WWW.boats.com now chargers for a listing)
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Greetings Jeff:

I am headed to Kansas tomorrow to look at your Laser 28 Rugosa. By accident I saw this post and the gentleman who is selling her included the survey he had done and your name is still on the transom. I have been interested in the Laser since I first saw one in Stamford in the water boat show in 1985 and I am ready for my furst "big boat" purchase. Any guidance, suggestions, and advice is truly appreciated as I venture into a big boat! Thank you for your time.

Kindest regards, Bill Ryan.
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Bill,

When Jeff answers, you will get n ear full from him! A very good ear full too!

Enjoy this boat if you get it. There is one at my marina in Edmonds Wa, and that owner likes it. Very fast for its size too!

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The Laser 28 is a great boat, I hope it works out Bill!

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The Laser 28 is certainly a hot performance boat, the local one regularily finishes the annual pursuit race in the first 2 or 3 finishers out of 120+ boats, probably the best record in the Boston area next to a local sailmaker's N/M 40.

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Good turn of speed, clever interior treatment, nice layout for a "race"boat.

Down side: Tender, needs a larger crew than really fits for top end performance upwind in a blow. Rudder is a bit undersized and she'll spin out without much warning.

But handled well she's a fun ride downwind in a breeze!

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Greetings Jeff:

I am headed to Kansas tomorrow to look at your Laser 28 Rugosa. By accident I saw this post and the gentleman who is selling her included the survey he had done and your name is still on the transom. I have been interested in the Laser since I first saw one in Stamford in the water boat show in 1985 and I am ready for my furst "big boat" purchase. Any guidance, suggestions, and advice is truly appreciated as I venture into a big boat! Thank you for your time.

Kindest regards, Bill Ryan.
You should send him a private message too as he may miss this post. I know he liked the boat very much as he has posted about it, if I remember correctly
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For what its worth...another free listing site is StrictlySailing.Co

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