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How to advertise a boat for sale in North Carolina

I have a 1988 Cal 33 for sale. What is the best way to advertise in print?
I was thinking of Spinsheet out of the Chesapeake area. I'm located
on the coast in North Carolina. clcjr54@hotmail.com Any ideas?

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Spinsheet is quite good. Craigslist might also be a good choice, if you advertise in the Washington DC area one, as that will get you in front of a lot of Chesapeake sailors.
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You might try TownDock.net, the Oriental online news paper. Also Southwinds magazine and espec Good Old Boat magazine. Both publications have web sites.
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I would highly recommend Sailnet's new Boat Search section. SailNet has teamed up with www.usedboats.com to maximize the potential for your ad to reach as many potential buyers as possible.

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