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Buying inland, moving to the coast?

I've got me eye on a couple of 22'-25' pocket cruisers here in TN. We are considering a move to Charleston, SC, and I wanted some advice on this idea.

I currently have a rare little Guppy 13 in great shape.

The prices are darn good. I'm looking at a '75 catalina 22 with newish bottom plus trailer, for $3000.

Am I correct in thinking that this boat might be quite a bit more if it were in Charleston? Am I ahead of the game with this being a freshwater boat?
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Tanzer 7.5 Meter For Sale

Hello. I actually live in Nashville and am selling my boat. It is currently located in Guntersville, AL. It is currently up for auction on ebay. you can click the link that I have attached to get more details. If you have any questions please feel free to ask. Thanks

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...RK%3AMESE%3AIT
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