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WIFE AND I SHALL BE IN SAN DIEGO FEB 14/15/16/17 04. WE ARE INTERESTED IN LOOKING AT MEDIUM DISPLACEMENT, LIVE ABOARD/CRUISER TYPE SAILBOATS. APPOX. 32 TO 41 FEET. NO PROJECT BOATS PLEASE. MINOR REPAIRS/CLEANING OK. PRICE UNDER 75,000. brokers ok. e-mail at ANNEMINIX@AOL.COM TKS GBA
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Please don''t yell. (Typing ALL CAPS is the same as yelling.)
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Anne:

Assuming you''ll be in San Diego for a short stay - and given the HUGE spread of boats which will fit your overly general description - your best bet is most likley to use a local broker to help you sort thru the myriad of boat ''types'' sufficient to look at a few in productive fashion.

As ''prework'', I''d suggest you spend a little time at Yachtworld.com, do some selective searching among the many boats for sale, and see which SD brokers tend to pop up as representing boats like the ones you find interesting. Then contact one (or perhaps two, if in different areas around the Bay, e.g. Shelter Is. but also Oceanside) brokers ahead of time, make an appointment, and plan on a long day with some comfy shoes.

Good luck...

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