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I'll watch out for you TB; I would not want to run over you!!! If you are in Wickford with the Kayaks, stop by and say hello.


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I just ordered two of these though:

These expedition Kayaks will allow us to clear our heads on the beautiful coastal waters of our cruising grounds this summer - prior to deciding what our next boat wil be. This time - I'm all ears.
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That's where we're picking them up - at the Kayak Center.

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sold the Nauticat
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I've been following this boat for some time, an outstanding deal at....., maybe 300K ? very low use and hours, a big plus in my search for a second hand one owner boat. I have no motive in my suggestion, just passing along some info.



When the day comes........If I ever expect my wife to join me on my sailing dreams, I had better make her accommodation's a priority.
Hi Sailusvi,Thanks very much for your info, very interesting and in my range.The only problem is that for sure, my wife is not ready to cross the atlantic to go to the mediterranean sea, where she wants to start, any suggestions,?The price is atractive, Could I send it by ship? what will be the cost?
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never used em but I'm sure they could give you a quote.
http://www.yacht-transport.com/

then again you can just pay a captain to sail it over for ya ...
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I could go in partners for everything over your 300K on the Amel and sail it back and forth when ever you wanted to use your week..

But seriously ...Just be happy you have a willing wife wanting a boat in the first place and buy her any dang thing she wants...
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you gonna buy it? Keep us informed...

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Hi Sailusvi,Thanks very much for your info, very interesting and in my range.The only problem is that for sure, my wife is not ready to cross the atlantic to go to the mediterranean sea, where she wants to start, any suggestions,?The price is atractive, Could I send it by ship? what will be the cost?
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There are a lot of things that I have to check first.Because I'm in south America, I have to organize an inspection trip first, see the condition of the boat, then I must have an answered from the boat transport Co. Then if she have all the papers in order, certification of navigability tax, if it complies with UE regulations etc. Then if everything is in order, and there is no reason for not buying it. Hope there isn't..... then it came the BIG STEP. WISH ME LUCK...
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I wish you all the best! Maybe their is a member here in good standing who lives in that area that can help.
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Thank very much, I'm waiting on the broker's answer regarding documents .I talk to them this morning.Do you know in what marina it is?
Like you said, maybe someone that has gone through this before can give some tips and ideas.
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you gonna buy it? Keep us informed...
Sailsuvi, I receive the quotation from boat transport... surprise... 29K from Port eveglades to Toulon...France, including insurance It takes 10 days
I keep you inform
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