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Cool anyone deal with this broker

HI gang,
well I'm finally in the market for a boat, as I have been boatless now for 8 years. Doing a preliminary search and first look I came across a couple nice boats I want to do a once over. This is one of them -

1982 Cheoy Lee Pedrick 41 centerboard Sail Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com

Has anyone dealt with this broker; Yacht-Net. I've been in contact with him and getting a real run around, like he actually doesn't want to show me this boat! My next boat which I hope to purchase will be my third and I have cash in hand!

Go figure - thanks for all info.
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Well looks like I got his attention as I will be seeing the boat Saturday. Anyone have anything to offer on their opinions of this boat?
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I agree with bubb2. The price reduction due to the deck issue suggests it failed a previous survey and needs a major deck recoring job.
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The pedrick is a beautiful design. I looked at one and it was the boat I wanted until I went and looked at it after a rainstorm. It was wet all over the place, so I think the Choy Leaky name is sometimes deserved. Still, it is a beautiful boat and would be worth asking for a look at the survey.

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there was a '41 for sale at my marina... but iirc it was a richards design. beautiful lines. spacious interior, well laid out, but an awful lot of brightwork to maintain. the other thing i had been told is that out of the yard they made a lot of their own custom parts so if you want to replace anything that is wrong with original parts may be a pita to replace....ie, tough to see here, but the winches were all stamped CL when made...

winches from a 41' '79

in any case a beautiful boat. just curious--how far away from you is she? thats a lot of scratch to be throwing around w/o survey etc.... if she suits you i hope it all works out

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