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Looking for a partner to share operating expenses for my 1978 Pearson 30. No buy-in is required. I sailed her for 8 years in the Chesapeake. My wife and I moved to New York City a few years ago and have based the boat at the 79th Street Boat Basin for the last 2 seasons. The boat is currently in Oyster Bay (Long Island Sound) where I hope to sail her with a partner next season. My wife and I use the boat only occasionally so I am looking for a partner to offset operating expenses. The boat is in good condition, her diesel engine was overhauled this year, depth, knot meter, autopilot, etc. The main and genoa are tired but usable for cruising. If I keep the boat I may spring for a new set of sails. I donít know if you are familiar with the boat, but the Pearson 30 is great fun to sail. Let me know if you are interested.
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Hello There

My name is Colm and I hail from Ireland. I previously kept my Catalina 30 in Oyster Bay so I am very familiar with that area. Its lovely!!

My girlfriend is also a keen sailor and we are mulling over the idea of buying another boat.

So I would be very keen to share your boat this season.
I can provide references and look forward to talking to you.

My mobile is 917 929 4114

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This thread is three years old. I think you are better off starting you own post in this forum:

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