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I am planning to sell my sailboat that maybe suits your needs..
Its a 36 Delta year 2004..
Loaded with important equipments as air conditioning..place ready to a generator(we had one but it was broken and we took it out)
Actually confort was my "si ne qua non" condition As wife/mother to agree t
Of buyinh a sailboat !
...its not on market yet and we want to sell it just to buy a bugger one..
Price im asking for it is 300 reais...boat is in Angra dos reis RJ
Tell me if you are interested ok? I can send you pictures and tell more about my second home boat!
Robjota at aol dot com
Originally Posted by danontuba
I am new to sailing and to this forum, and Iīm humbly asking for advice on purchasing a comfortable, modern sailboat to live aboard. (No, I have not had the chance to read past articles on this forum, but I will begin a search through the archives) Nevertheless, I am curious to post my questions, in case anyone might give some tips and insight.
Iīm seeking a comfortable boat to live aboard here in Brazil and possibly to spend some time in France as well. "Performance" is not a criteria at the moment, but the most comfort possible (like air conditioning, space, good bathrooms etc) is important to me.
My budget is probably not ideal: 90 to 100 thousand euros (140,000 USD) but it would be interesting to know what the experienced members consider the best cost/benefit in the (used or new) market for that budget level.
Iīm willing to travel to purchase the boat, so I would like to know which countries may offer the best prices. Here in South America, for example, there seems to be a big difference in prices between Argentina and Brazil, for example.
From what I have seen, boats smaller than 35 feet seem too cramped. The nicest sailboats I have seen so far at some Jeanneaus and Beneteaus (37 to 40 feet), but these are expensive here in Brazil due to high taxes and import duties. Perhaps there is a more efficient market in France?
Well, thanks for any input. Anyone wanting information about Brazil, donīt hesitate to ask.