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This was probably a nice boat 13 years ago...

not so much after 13 years of neglect.....reading the pdf of the survey Boatangel or former owner had performed was interesting as I had never seen one before. Someone left a few hatches open apparently and inner liners can only prevent so much moisture build-up...or this thing went down to Davey Jones for a couple days and someone brought her up quick and hosed her down.....




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It's a Canadian boat- I wonder what the story is behind the neglect since 2008, and how she got where she is.
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Yes..I noticed her last owners were out of Toronto...the boat was listed 2,500 dollars with 5 bids when I came across it...less than an hour later at around 2:45 pm this afternoon it was up to 11 bids and $6,100...I wonder of she'll go much higher..there are 6 days left afterall..but I would be surprised if she went for more than 8 or 9 grand at end of the auction in that shape she's in...
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to be honest, I have seen worse boats for sale by owners at much higher prices than the bid or even the survey.

Two or three days of real hard elbow grease, and a few tubes of sealant and you would have a nice boat to use..may never be a show boat, but with the hull and such in fair to good shape...

I doubt seriously that she was sunk as there are no high water marks in any of the pics and the sole is still OK...some hatch leaks for sure

Would be a good flip boat...for someone handy

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Damn work firewall. Can someone post a pic?
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here you go...if you can get into ebay later..look at the pdf of the yacht's survey...I never knew they used binoculars to check the hardware/rigging...makes sense though...she's up to $7,100 btw...still might be a good flipper...as Kd said...out of my league on any number of points but it was interesting...
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Wow! Doesn't look too hateful. Is this close to you, i'm guessing you would go look for yourself?
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Is it really possible to make money flipping boats? Seems like most boats cost more to fix than they are worth (to anybody but yourself).
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Not close to me...it's in Maryland...and I agree that " based upon my own research...flippin" boats sounds dangerous Barquito...The boat interior seems it would clean up fairly well..and the engine looks it's age and no more..but who knows...?

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No way this boat has been submerged - those are top leaks. The engine and nav station are in far too good a condition for having spent any time underwater.

This is a good buy (from what I can see on the net) for someone with a little time on their hands.

Now up to over $10K, BTW
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