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Blue Water Cruiser

Given the periodic SN posts about blue water this or that, this ad caught my attention.

1981 47' Nautor Short Handed Cruiser Sailboat

Wow, what an inventory and upgrades. What does this vessel NOT have?

If I wanted to leave town, this would be a ride I'd like...
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Anyone want to venture a guess as to the final sale price? I will venture a guess of
350 K.
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Loaded for bear!
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Re: Blue Water Cruiser

Lot of the kit is dated. EG Pactor II

Rod rigging EEK!

I am guessing lower; after all it is 32 years old. $210k.
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Re: Blue Water Cruiser

Looks like S&S has had the boat listed for $195,000. Also see here:
At the Water's Edge - WaterView Home: FOR SALE: 47' Nautor Short Handed Cruiser, Reduced to $195,000
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Re: Blue Water Cruiser

Could be very tired. You can't tell from the pics. But auctions are costly and uncertain. I will offer $1000, sight unseen.
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I stand corrected. My only excuse is I am looking for a much smaller boat, and
she is pretty in the picture.
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