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Buying a PIlot Cutter

Hi, I own a wooden pilot cutter and have sailed on many others.
They are some of the most beautiful boats afloat.
There are many benefits of owning such good sailing boats. They are good to look at, they hold there value, they are very seaworthy, they can be set up for simple sailing or high team work for private or commercial usage.
If you want to know about historic pilot cutters or those built recently in Nova Scotia or in England I'm your man.

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