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finally my new sailboat



1981
33 ft hunter
yanmar 18 hp
2 mains 1 is new
1 storm
2 gen
all new running rigging
new harken winches
walker bay dingy with elec motor
vhf radio
stereo
shore power
loads of stuff
all recipts on repairs and what not
free and clear titlte
brand new boat stands
loads of other stuff

I paid 7k everything works good hull is excellent wireing looks sloppy and needs to be cleaned up and rerouted other than that I'm a happy camper

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Nice Christmas present! Congrats... (didn't you used to be a power boater?)
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Congrats. Post photos of her when you can, and what are you naming her??
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new boat

Thanks ... merry x mass 2 u 2....yes commecail fisherman 2 years i searched just could'nt find anything wrong with this boat for the cash... theres a link ((pic)) first post.. allthough more of a coastal cruiser than a offshore boat really is in nice shape with loads of new stuff ((mostly the expensive stuff)) just need to drop her in somewhere get the bugs out..major problem .. moorings are like gold here.. as for a name hmm that will take some thinkin probly... lady faith... is on there now and thats fine by me the reason hunter is for the roomy inside not for me but the family more like an apartment in there than camping so to speak

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She looks like a lady alright!
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I have always liked the Cherubini Hunters, nice lines, nice accomodations and great value. Nice boat!
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Congratulatuons nice boat. I have a Hunter 26.5 and she has been a great boat
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Wow! Codmander; looks like you got a great deal. Congrats.
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