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LOL.... Yeah, a typical errand... running down to the local store for a bluewater pocket cruiser.
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Lots of work!

These things go much easier without a little woman!

I had decided that the money I was saving for the downpayment of a 40-50,000 boat would be better served to pay off my student loan. When I was debt free and had another few grand saved I'd start looking again. I almost didn't even go look at the boat.

When I got there and saw the boats potential I was hooked. A boat without a mortage on it could have me cruising by the fall. I have a lot of work to do. I made a list a page long. The last two sailboats I owned I did a lot of upgrades and repairs, but nothing like this. I'm moving it tomorrow from the previous owners yard. I'll post some pics soon and a little more about the boat. Thanks Brandon
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To my knowledge, there aren't a lot of PSC 25's out there, so great find! The ones that are around on the market seem like one of the best values in the PSC line of pre-owned boats. Can't wait to see the pictures!
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We love ours. Dad wants to sell it - but that is a hard thing to do. But, as he is older now - this one will have to find a new good home.

I love this boat! This little PSC could literally pull a tugboat backwards in the right wind!
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