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Cam selling his Tayana 52 Ketch?

Cam....

I just noticed a very similar boat up on Boats.com.

Is it true, is your ketch up for sale?
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Yes, it's for sale. Currently in Annapolis, though I forget which marina it's in.
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Will he accept 1/10th his asking price you think? Sailnet member discount?
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I don't think so, but you can always ask
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I doubt he wii sell it for a lower price. Why?

1)The sails have never been used and the engine he has now is the 5th engine, as the other 4 ran out of usefull life.
2) That "Patriotic Blue" hull cost a fortune to paint
3) That boat has many secretsw inside, all regfistered in video, and the tapes will be provided with the boat (alone in that you can make a lot of money selling them to "Iamonesicksheeploverdotcom"
4) The boat has two masts, not just one, two....you know...it's classy...useless but classy, unless you want to go under the bridge (which he did do many times...the "under the bridge" thing...specially with sheep.
5) The boat is fully equipped with tons of new electronic gizmos, none been used but loaded...specially HIFI stuff
6) there are more reasons...but these will do for now...
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Maybe not 10%, but according to BUC the value for a 52' LOA Tayana Center Cockpit Ketch is listed between $171,000-$188,000 which is substantially less then the asking. NADA is substantially less then BUC. Is there inlaid ivory aboard?
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That's because it has an 8 track tape player.
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Wheres the disco ball, eh?

I see the stripper pole, but no disco ball?
For shame!
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Wheres the disco ball, eh?

Over the aft bed.....in the ceiling..bed rotates at same rate...for image clarity
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