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Old 11-24-2008
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Originally Posted by merc2dogs View Post
Bluffton bay sails is located in muskegon, they're hooked up with torresen marine, and a north sails affiliate. From all accounts they're a great loft to deal with, I've had a few small jobs done by them, but never a new sail.

I like wooden boats, but don't have all the facilities to maintain one, there's a small one near me for sale that would be a great project, but the guy that owns her thinks of it as an 'antique' and has a price on it that's way out of line.

The boat I am looking to buy is actually in the Torreson warehouse. 31 foot ketch, 1940's
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So it should work out pretty good Eh?

Pretty good guys there at torresen.
Come spring my boat will be going in there, plan to head out in a couple days to see about having bluffton put some reef points in my main.


There's also an old wooden boat in south haven at one of the marinas for sale, nice looking boat didn't get the particulars as it's larger than I was looking for.

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