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Inexpensive sailboat in Narragansett RI -- Corsair Sailstar 24

This is not listed in the right eBay category, so it's bound to go for little $$$.

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Re: Inexpensive sailboat in Narragansett RI -- Corsair Sailstar 24

Purty li'l thing, ain't it?

Could be a deal for someone alright!

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Re: Inexpensive sailboat in Narragansett RI -- Corsair Sailstar 24

I am always concerned when the ad states "interior needs work" and there are no photos of the interior.

But, for 99 cents, including an anchor, dinghy and furler unit, it is difficult to go wrong.
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If your local and have a friendly boat mover like i do your still in for 500 just to exchange driveways


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Re: Inexpensive sailboat in Narragansett RI -- Corsair Sailstar 24

I like this San Juan 24 currently bid at $99: San Juan 24 Sailboat - Very Clean in Sailboats | eBay Motors
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Re: Inexpensive sailboat in Narragansett RI -- Corsair Sailstar 24

Those are good little boats. Assume that the interior is more or less a total loss due to flooding. Far too common problem. Still, it is a small boat so the interior work can be done without spending an arm and a leg. If sails are decent, it is a steal for $500. The outside looks super.

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Re: Inexpensive sailboat in Narragansett RI -- Corsair Sailstar 24

amazing photos that guy put up
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