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Old 08-03-2010
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Well, then it's to my benefit someone re-posted.

I'm 30, done with Chicago and looking to live on a boat. I've spent weeks pouring over books, sales ad's, marina listings and calling every place that might have a slip, live aboard or otherwise available. I'm really hoping to find someone with a slip and a boat to sell, but windfalls are hard to find.
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P35 is a pretty easy motion, selling quite well and is built well. the thickness of the hull is in turn the bilge is almost an inch. Many of these boats are tough shots four dozen the last three years and also running sailing may be old. My, I added self-tailing winches, new boom Reduce built, the new main building of the friends of new sails, etc. You can add. As a way of sails and the interior is tolerable, though not the most ideal design. The boat is too big and too small for a flight kitchen area of the chart, but I can live with it easily.

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