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Diesel outboard questions

Thinking of using diesel outboard on a 35 sailing catamaran. Your thoughts about price, availability--motors, repairs, etc. are appreciated.
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I have two Yanmar D27 Diesel Outboards for $12.000 each.
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Thinking of using diesel outboard on a 35 sailing catamaran. Your thoughts about price, availability--motors, repairs, etc. are appreciated.
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I have two Yanmar D27 Diesel Outboards for $12.000 each.
I doubt they much care, since they were in the market for them EIGHT YEARS AGO.
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