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Re: The Trouble With Columbias

Thanks for the pics.you have a job ahead of you. Lets see what you can do with that boat.
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" If there are no pics, then it never happened." Sounds a lot like certain aspects of my job, lol... good one!!
posted pictures on my profile. Look under pictures...
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Re: The Trouble With Columbias

Well, sort of. They guy had sailed around the caribbean for few years with the boat...apparently liked to fish too. It sat in a bay not too far from my house called "Goodmans Bay" for over a year. In inquired, got in touch and found out he was leaving it...gave him some money and that's it. He, unfortunately, had not gotten a sailing permit from the Bahamian Government either so I've had to work with them (still am) to get it registered here in Nassau.....
We're making progress...slow but progress.
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Re: The Trouble With Columbias

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I am buying a Columbia 8.7 this week. Any thing in particular I should be aware of. It is my first mono hull after thirty years of beach cats.
How's the new Boat holding up, we had a 8.3 a few years back and I probably would have bought the same boat again if it was available.
Have recently moved into a CS 30 and can't help but compare everything to the Columbia, good or bad it was (and still is I'm sure) a wonderful and spacious design.
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