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check out www.woodenboatrescue.org some good old boats there! Mostly Free! I saw this artical in "good old boat" mag.

Denise, Bristol PA, Oday 30. On Tidal Delaware River, Anchor Yacht Club.
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My boat is sold!
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It is amazing what a good craftsman can do.
They sure are pretty.
Way too much work for me, I like to sail, not fix stuff.

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Yep, I keep this one in my favorites for when a person ask about free boats.
I have a link (This my first post and can not give) it some guys tell how to get a free boat and they give pictures of fixing her up. But, in the long run it did cost some money. ;-)
I do browse the "Rescue Foundation" from time to time. I enjoy looking at and dreaming of the possible potentials there. Also, it can be a little sad when I see there some no one claims. I hate to say it, but; "Old boats do die"! :-( "Sniffle"!
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