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Re: Saroca boat

Do you have any of the black hatch cover hooks? I could use a couple. A sail with reef points would also be great. Let me know what you have and perhaps we can make a deal!

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I should have the parts you are looking for, I should have all the parts for the sailing and skulling units,
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Re: Saroca boat

I believe that I have the hooks and will check my sailing parts. Will send you pictures of what I have tonight
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Re: Saroca boat

attached are the pictures of some my accessories. I could not send all of them thru this site due to size. I bought a SaRoCa boat second hand and used it as a canoe in my homeowners community. I have the sailing and skulling kits and misc accessories. Please let me know ASAp if you are interested.
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attached are the pictures of some my accessories. I could not send all of them thru this site due to size. I bought a SaRoCa boat second hand and used it as a canoe in my homeowners community. I have the sailing and skulling kits and misc accessories. Please let me know ASAp if you are interested.
Yep. Those hatches are just like mine. All I really need is one of the black plastic hatch tie down hooks. (I have 7 out of 8 now.) If you are willing to sell one, let me know what you think is fair. Shipping would be to Johns Island, SC 29455.

If your sail has reef points, I'd be interested in that too. You could send pix to me at thecel1 "at" bellsouth.net.

If your "skulling" rig is the sliding seat and oar outriggers, send a pic of that too. That's low on my priority list but if the price was right and you were someplace near where shipping wouldn't be too outrageous, I might just be convinced!

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Re: Saroca boat

I am also interested in the skulling kit for the SaRoCa and replacement black rubber rings for the oars. If you have either of those for sale- I'd be thrilled.
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Re: Saroca boat

I'm looking for parts: skulling gear(sliding chair), hooks, sail main blok, rows hooks. Please let me know if you got something. Gus( (aa_toro_e@ yahoo.com)
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How is it as a rowing shell?

I want to buy a modest sailboat, and saw this here. My sense from reading the posts here is that it is not a great sailboat, but does work.

I already have an Alden 18 rowing shell which I use maybe once a week. It would be great to economize on the number of boats. If I could buy the Saroca as a sailboat that I could occasionally use as a rowing shell...
So how does it compare to a Alden 18 as a rowing shell? It is 15" wider, so it must be rather slower, but I am more concerned about whether it still feels like a rowing shell (which the Alden barely does...)

Also, I don't see the sliding seat (or anything else for that matter) for sale on the Saroca website. How are they sold?
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Re: Saroca boat

I own a Saroca boat. It is a great multiple use boat. I use it for sailing and canoeing. You can get parts at sailrowcanoe.com
I don't think you can compare it with a shell rowing boat as it is much larger (wider). Last time I got 4 people canoeing in it and performed wonderfully.
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Do you still have anything available? Please let me know. Gus aa_toro_e yahoo.com
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Re: Saroca boat

I am looking for accesories, like tarp cover and straps to hol mast, boom and oars. Any sugestion?
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