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I just bought a B200 I believe it is a 1972, 3, or 4. I believe I got a good deal. Got the boat trailer for a 1000 the cabin is in need of some restoration, some fire and water damage ( no hull or structure damage) . There is some rigging cables that need repair and it could use a painting. It ks my first big not above small little day sailors. Not sure where to start. Any suggestions?
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Re: Info /help Bayliner B200

some pictures would help with what you have and the steps needed to get it sailing
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Some pics

Let me know if these help.
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Re: Info /help Bayliner B200

it looks a bit of a mess right now but so did my Cal 29


It really depends on your goal for the boat which in this case has very limited resale value so you have to be careful about what you do

Do you just want it good enough to sail OR are you looking for a full restore ?
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Thanks for the info and I have added another pic. I would like it to look.better than it.does.now, and fix up the cabin so it can be used. I live in NH but for now just want to sail her on lakes. All the sails are in great condition they are white and have a few stains, and the hardware is in good operating condition. I have a main sail and three jibs. The first thing I want to do is reppaint the hull, and fix the cabin up.
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Re: Info /help Bayliner B200

Start by cleaning everything out of it and scrubbing ti down so you know exactly what kind of shape it is in.
Remember that it is a boat that isnt going to be worth a whole lot when it is finished, no matter how perfect it is (less than $3K), so before you buy one part or start one project, after you clean it up, determine exactly what NEEDS to be done. Price out all of the parts- even the little stuff you don't think is going to be expensive, because it all adds up, quick.
For example, unless you have, or want to develop, sewing skills, new cabin cushions will set you back over $1000.
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Re: Info /help Bayliner B200

First thing, get rid of the carpet/liner/mohair that Bucc used - and get down to the bare boat. As others have said, don't invest too much into this.

btw is it really a B200 or a B210 (Daysailer vs overnighter?)
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