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She looks like a nice boat look us up in the golf islands and or des.
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What's wrong with the head? Just the fact that it's piped outboard?

The rigging/sails looked very good, but again, I know very little. Need to take someone who knows these things with me next time.
Well if it is feed directly outboard, yes, that is a problem. I know in the US that has been illegal since the 1970's I believe it was part of the clean water act. I don't know about Canada, but it would limit your cruising quite a bit. I know in the Caribbean they have quite a lot of boats without. Many choose to not use there holding tanks, but that is a choice one has to make. The Coast Guard here will look for this in safety inspections and fine accordingly. If there was no tank at all there would unlikely even be a warning.
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That boat has been for sale off & on for quite a while - offer less.
Orly? WHere?
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Orly? WHere?
Kijiji and/or Craigslist - I first saw it listed months ago, possibly even last year.

I, myself, personally intend to continue being outspoken and opinionated, intolerant of all fanatics, fools and ignoramuses, deeply suspicious of all those who have "found the answer" and on my bad days, downright rude.
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Hrm. Recall the price?
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Hrm. Recall the price?
Not really - IIRC it started in the thirties but I can't be sure.

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Not really - IIRC it started in the thirties but I can't be sure.
Thanks! Now I can go back to the owner and ask him how long the boats been listed. Most lie. This guy I think will be honest, but I always like to know.
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Re: S2 9.2c - for liveaboard - thoughts?

I have an S2 9.2 Center Cockpit. The holding tank on some was under the starboard side setee. On ours it is under the closet in the aft stateroom.
We recently moved ours from a lake to a marina on the chesapeake. It has new bottom paint and all new wiring done recently.

The fabric on the walls and ceiling was also factory installed and has held up surprisingly well...it has not come lose nor is it prone to moisture or mold. These boats were very well made!

We just bought another boat soooo....ours may hit the market soon. We still have a few things we want to do though.
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Re: S2 9.2c - for liveaboard - thoughts?

Regarding the original post and pictures. Has anybody noticed there's a different paint job between the picture of the boat at anchor and the picture of the boat on the hard? Cove stripe has disappeared on the picture of the boat on the cradle.

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Regarding the original post and pictures. Has anybody noticed there's a different paint job between the picture of the boat at anchor and the picture of the boat on the hard? Cove stripe has disappeared on the picture of the boat on the cradle.

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Good eye. I wonder if when it was on the hard if that was the 'before' shot? Notice that the keel appears to have a round spot on it that could be a repair or prep area.



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