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Old 04-12-2008
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I will take you up on that this summer. We usually anchor in Swan Creek, and Whorton Creek (fairlee has to many Boom Box Powerwashers in it). Have you considered comming to our sailnet rondevous in June? Check out sokme of the other chesapeake posts for more info.


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I want to thank everyone for the input. I will be spending one Saturday going to all these places.

Now for the bad news. The boat I put the offer in may fall thru. Not my doing this time. Once again another boat owner who thinks his boat is worth more than it is. Hopefully the negotiations will go into my favor, but it does not look good. Any ideas from anyone is appreciated. It is a 34 footer. I am open from 30' to 34'

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I have a lead on a couple of catalina 30s if you are interested. Good luck, I know how flustrating the search can be. Stick to your budget and you will find someting that catches your fancy. I did not catch your experience level; however there are many of us (philadelphians) who dock in the lower-upper and you may be able to get some good sailing time until you can find someting. We are currently on the middle river, bowleys. If you are interested in a catalina 30, I know of two fresh to the market, one is mid 80s the other is 89. Hope this helps and good luck.
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