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RossC32 04-21-2013 06:43 PM

Boat Share in Vancouver BC
 
I have a Centurion 32' moored at the Burrard Civic Marina and I am looking for someone who might be interested in doing a boat share on it. I would like to simply share the operating costs proportional to days/time shared, not a shared ownship.

If you know Vancouver, then you will know this is pretty good moorage for this area. Not a lot of travel time to sail up (maybe 10 minutes?).

If you are interested, private mail me on this forum and I can provide more details.

Hope this is best Forum for this posting. If not, where should I have posted it?
Cheers,
Ross

Faster 04-21-2013 07:46 PM

Re: Boat Share in Vancouver BC
 
It's OK where it is, Ross.. it will get the best exposure.

Tricky business, that, but a good deal for the right person. You should have some specifics straight in your head.. ie costs, share/time distribution, insurance issues (including who's on the hook for the deductable depending on who had the incident, etc)

Best of luck!

RossC32 05-06-2013 11:00 PM

Boat Share in Vancouver BC
 
Thanks very much for the feedback and suggestions. Very good ideas. I've put a sign in the marina, too, I'll start making a mental or even hard-copy list of things. Some of it is negotiable, of course. But, yes, I think it is a very good deal for someone wanting to learn about what is involved in owning and operating a boat. A good way to learn about "What I want in my next boat" without having to buy one first.

normandavison 05-29-2013 09:08 AM

Re: Boat Share in Vancouver BC
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by RossC32 (Post 1026572)
Thanks very much for the feedback and suggestions. Very good ideas. I've put a sign in the marina, too, I'll start making a mental or even hard-copy list of things. Some of it is negotiable, of course. But, yes, I think it is a very good deal for someone wanting to learn about what is involved in owning and operating a boat. A good way to learn about "What I want in my next boat" without having to buy one first.

I too think you have a good idea, there should be some way to make it work, please keep me posted
norman2004@sprynet.com

RossC32 06-27-2013 04:50 PM

Boat Share in Vancouver BC
 
Wow! This sounds exciting. And what a deal..,.oh, wait I'm the one who posted this. Just thought I'd bump this up to keep it alive. If you are interested but are new on Sailnet and can't pm people yet, send me an email at wee dram @ telus.net Just remove all spaces from the address.


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