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I might be back in the Los Angeles area

Hello,

I used to own a '99 Macgreggor 26X, which I kept at Mast-Up storage in Marina Del Rey. I enjoyed it tremendously, took it to every port in Catalina plus Redondo and Ventura. Then I moved from Culver City to the not-so-near South Bay. I bought a house and felt guilty since I saw my boat less and less, so I sold it while everything was still in great shape.

Now I've got "the fever" again and thinking about getting get back into it...You know, the second happiest day of a boat owner's life and maybe berth a 30 footer in Wilmington, CA. That is, if I don't move out of the area, which is another story.

So I'm casually looking for a "deal" on something a little stiff with PHRF of no more than 180. I've got my eyes open for a Catalina 30 Tall Rig, Santana 30-30 PC (non-Volvo re-power) or Ericson 30+ or crewing or a partnership on one....?
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