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I agree nice lines and on the Cbay there are a couple w/ new engines for less than 20k.. and IMO nearly as pretty as the B40..

I dont get the Bristol 33 -34 - boxy looking - sorry - may be a better sailor but for tooling around on the bay I would think ithe Luders 33 would make a great boat and Investment. I would sink 30 -40k in a Luders 33 before I would a Bristol 33-34.
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called the broker about this one - it's in great shape, but it apparently has a couple of soft spots in he deck. Nothing major (according to the broker), but it will need attention soon.

Hmmm....it'd be a nice sail down the coast to bring her back to the Chesapeake...
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Get a survey... for the few spots the broker knows about, there are a dozen more hiding.
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Don't let soft spots scare you....you can get a lot of sailing in before various body parts start falling through the deck (trust me, I know). Then it is just a simple matter of removing the deck skin, replacing the core material and re-applying the skin and finishing off the non-skid. What the hell else are you going to do in off season?
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There is a Bristol 34 for sale in Oriental, North Carolina at Triton Yachts. Look it up on Yachtworld. Price is a bit high, but they're like that in Oriental. I bet she will go for quite a bit less.
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