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15yrs on the hard?

Yikes.. Looks like was left uncovered that long too!
1979 Cheoy Lee 1979 Sloop - Perry Design sailboat for sale in Maryland


Denise, Bristol PA, Oday 30. On Tidal Delaware River, Anchor Yacht Club.
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as retired shipwright looks OK to me minor maintenance issues. I would go as far as 15K however that depends on a complete survey. and then adjust offer accordingly. would go more for aluminum mast and boom.

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Thats a boat worth going for-pity its not in the UK!
I always do wonder how many years on the hard your average yacht gets.
I have just had mine out for a year and suspect in its 32 years there are a few more out of the water.
Worth while trying to build this into your view of a boat when it comes to considering engine overhaul etc. particularly if engine hasnt an hour meter as was case with mine.
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Well I'm not wanting to even look at this one.

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The several thousand screws in the teak would scare me away at any price

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I agree. The teak decks and whatever is under them is the big problem. I doubt the core is dry. Wonder if it is plywood or balsa? If the decks were fiberglass without the teak it could be a good buy.

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IMO, I'd run as fast and as far from that one as I could....

Decks are likely cored with plywood, but not Marine grade ply.

I took a trip around Herrington North looking for it today, but it must be at one of the other yards in Deale.


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I am in the process of restoring the same model. I am removing the decks this week end and will report back what I find. I am going to go with a fiber glass deck when finished. To many issues with the thin teak and machone thread screws. At this point the deck feels solid but I will not know 100% untill Saturday. Feel free to email me and I'll send you some photos.
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I'd say the deck doesn't leak, would have plenty of evidence on the interior pictures, and everything looks pretty clean inside. No stains on the hull sides, cushions or bright work. And the undersides of the decks are pretty clean also.

With the framing visible, I'd say it was well covered for most of the time.
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That boat is still for sale but the listing was made in August 2010, over a full year ago. Maybe if they wait a little longer, the market will come back up. Another four or five years.

I wonder what the yard bills are.
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