Take for example a 2005 hunter 456, listed @ 290k... it has lost a full 1/3rd of its purchase price
(ok, its a hunter, i'm using it as an example, get over it..)
example # 2, a 1979 Alden 44' @ 259k, is almost twice the original list price.
yea, I know, different boats, different purposes, but, still.
the lowly Catalina 27, in 1974, 7685.00, list, with sails and an A4, today, to purchase one, you're looking ar 4-8k.
I have not adjusted these prices for inflation. and betwixt the holes in the water, gimme that 30 year old dawg. I won't get there faster than you in your shiny brand new boat, but I'll get there, and my smile will be just as wide.
We are not primarily on earth to see through one another, but to see one another through
Some people are like slinkies: not really good for anything... but you can't help laughing when you push them down the stairs