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post #51 of 100 Old 09-19-2009
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I did know of one in Tennessee. I will check with my ultra secret source.
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My ultra secret source will let my know on Tuesday or Wednesday.
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I put a couple of photos of the MAC 36 in Tenn here.



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This one has been for sale for about two years. I think he started out at about 50k. It is in Taxassachusetts. (Massachusetts)
1981 36' MacGregor Catamaran - Usedboats.com

This pink one is in the and was listed in 2006.

1979 Macgregor 36' catamaran sailboat for sale in Florida
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Here are some photos of a heavily modified Mac 36
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Slim,
I have my boat moored in Huntington Harbor, and have it transported home for the winter, also in Huntington. That tends to be a harrowing ride, as we take up 1-1/4 lanes and I have to follow as escort vehicle.
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Twoone, good luck with the trailer project. Setting that boat up to sail from its trailered state sounds like a lot of work - I'm a lazy sailor, so just having it in the same spot and going out to the boat on my mooring was perfect for me! But being able to trailer the boat to differing locales is appealing....
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I've relocated to Huntington from OB now, and am planning on putting my boat in off of Goldstar Beach by the launch service there at the mouth of Huntington Harbor. I have to investigate the mooring placement situation further however. Your boat must make quite a presence on the road - do you make the actual move late at night to minimize traffic?
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Slim,
The guy who does the hauling will transport it only during daylight hours and during the work week. We usually hit the road about 10:00 am and it is a 20 minute drive at about 25mph. We frequently get a long line of irate drivers behind us.
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Have macgregor 36 to trade for Iroquois possibly

In Chesapeake Bay. In decent shape and will be lifted out for bottom painting in three weeks. Harrier123, weren't you interested in one?
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