Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Washington, NC
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A boat like that can be a losing proposition, so be careful.
IF you have a way to move it that won't cost too much, IF you have a slip or dock where you can keep it, IF it's in good shape other than the missing centerboard, IF you can replace the centerboard at a reasonable cost then it MIGHT be a good way to get out on the water. If not it could end up costing you more to actually get it into sailing condition than it would cost to buy a boat that's already ready to go.
Does it have a working outboard? Do you need one for the way you're planning to use the boat? That's another factor.
Carolina Wind Yachting Center, Washington, NC
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Who is staring at the sea is already sailing a little.