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email this guy today. he has a mast and boom and it will be cur up for scrap soon!
He is in MD.
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Catalina 30

There's a 1984 Catalina 30 sitting on the hard at the the Beachcomber Marina in Mobile, AL. It's a reposession, National Liquidators is handling it, they claim the boat is in "average" condition and they're asking $15K OBO. I just saw it last weekend, and the truth is the boat is a wreck, it's full of water and the insides are rotting out. It looked like it had a perfectly good mast though, black anodized, unusual. Lots of other parts could be salvaged as well. I talked to the yard manager, and they said it's $15 per day for dry storage, so by my reckoning it's costing National $450 a month to store a worthless boat. Offer them $500 to take it off their hands, take the mast, part out the rest, and you'll actually make enough money to pay for shipping the boat to Tampa and disposing of the hull when you're done.
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