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How about starting up a thread for free gear?

For example, I have a infant/child's PFD (mustang, crotch strap, etc) that I would be happy to give to someone with a new family. You pay shipping, that is it. I also have a 1-2 year old chair we used on the boat, for free. My kids are too big now. Put your item here and list it. If you can help out a fellow boater, why not?

Only rules: You cannot sell anything you are given. When you are done with it, give it to another sailor and help out.
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CD I'll take the mustang vest, is that ok??

I have an adress of one of our offices in the United States. I will send you a PM with that address, and have that office pay for shipping. Please.
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Just PM me the address.
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Does anyone have a boat they no longer need? :-)
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Yes. If you buy the horseshoe buoy for $10K it is yours. (plus shipping costs.)

CD- Good idea.
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I do have a boat that I have never needed but alas, I always wanted.
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I have a fiberglass 8 x 4 foot dinghy in my back yard boat shed - free to anyone who wants to haul it away. Good shape - new firehose gunnel cap, mahogany seat & oarlocks. The cost to ship it would probably exceed it's worth.

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That's a good idea, I have a Seafarer Depth Sounder and Speedlog that i don't need anymore. If anybody wants it, let me know
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Hi Everyone

I am new to sail net. Glad to have found you.
The depth sounder sounds like I could use it, but what is a speedlog?
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That's a good idea, I have a Seafarer Depth Sounder and Speedlog that i don't need anymore. If anybody wants it, let me know
I would like to have the Depth Sounder and Sppedlog. Bought a boat and both are DOA.
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