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Headed down to see an ol friend at his fiberglass shop yesterday and see if anyone was intrested in buyin my fishin boat - just for him to tell me about this buetiful 34-35 ish sailboat 4 sale that he puts in the water in the spring and takes out every fall for a client and other than that hasnt been touched sitting in the back hiden behind a stack of boats! So I took a look and I am sooo sorry for doin so - The man is practiclly givin the boat away for what it is! Yet my cash flow stinks right now soo bad but where theres awill theres a way!!!- Anyhow mums the word on where this boat is because its gona Be mine WITH A LITTLE LUCK didnt get any info on what brand/name buts its a big blue water cruiser fin keel tall rig with a yanmar diesel that hasnt gone anywhere is quite sometime yet gets pro mantinance twice a year!!
also he was working on a full keel boat that had no name he said there where only 3 of them BUILT.. That thing was buetiful and strong!!! but he said hes gonna keep that one for himself

anyhow I'll get the specs make/model not that it matters by the looks of that big buet just what the doctor ordered sell that stinkin fishing boat/permit for weekends under a star will a nice breeze AFT!
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Or you could just chop a big hole in the fishing boat and sink it to use as a mooring
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Or you could just chop a big hole in the fishing boat and sink it to use as a mooring
Two problems with that... one it will pollute... two it ain't heavy enough to make a good mooring.

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Or you could just chop a big hole in the fishing boat and sink it to use as a mooring
you kidding brand new honda 200 4 stoke on it thats gonna pay for my sail
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the boat is a C&C 34 ft with a perkins 4 cylinder diesal ((thought is was a yanmar)) in excellent shape he wanted 20k but apperently needs cash 10k to 12k is my limit and my friend said he would probly take it since he's 90 somthing years old and hasn't used the boat in years ((havnt meet the owner yet))


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