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View Poll Results: What is the market value of your boat.
$0-2,500 4 3.54%
$2,500-5,000 10 8.85%
$5,000-10,000 11 9.73%
$10,000-15,000 14 12.39%
$15,000-20,000 6 5.31%
$20,000-30,000 12 10.62%
$30,000-40,000 7 6.19%
$40,000-50,000 8 7.08%
$50,000-75,000 11 9.73%
$75,000 + 30 26.55%
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It took 1.5 years to do the work needed to make Seafever pass a survey

It did infact start out as a 500 dollar boat and when done the survey valued it at the top of the Possable Cal 29 price range and was easily insured at that value

Lotta people don't have insurance because the boat won't pass a survey and they get abandoned all the time around here
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If a dirty bottom slows you down what do you think it does to your boat
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My beat up Centaur is probably saleable at a small profit, according to the surveyor. Its definitely not for sale.
Mi youngest son has dibs on it in the will anyway.
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It took 1.5 years to do the work needed to make Seafever pass a survey
Nice blog, I am working on reading the entire thing, enjoying it so far.
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Of course we're all optimistic about what someone else would pay for our boats. Perhaps all those quotes, taken with a grain of salt, are what make the ocean so salty?
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