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I PM'd for price but I think I was blocked ... anyone have a guess what the price would be around? I am looking to get a sailboat for Nova Scotia very soon.
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This is one fine Ericson. A very recent Owner's ad is in the For Sale forum over at Ericsonyachts.org. (Like this site, clicking on a person's name brings up an option to message that person, BTW.)
Boat is indeed in Maine.

I would go have a look at it myself but it's a long ways away from me.

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I PM'd for price but I think I was blocked ... anyone have a guess what the price would be around? I am looking to get a sailboat for Nova Scotia very soon.
I responded to you but the pm would not go.

Tim is asking 62k. For anyone in the know when it comes to buying boats this represents a tremendous value. The labor value alone done on this boat in the last 4-5 years, at the going rates, is well over 62k and that's without the parts...

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If I were in the market for a monohull, this is one I'd consider...but I am not... and very happy with my water trike... It is a beautiful boat...

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Wow. What a beautiful boat! If I was in the market for a larger one.....this might be the one. good luck!
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Amazing Boat For The Right Buyer

I don't personally know the seller, but over the past several years I've read a fair amount of what he's written on various sailing websites about upgrades, improvements and repairs. I'd have to say that anyone in the market for an Ericson or similar vessel ought to take a look, as this fella always seems deadset on best methods, techniques and materials. Mike, Washington state
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