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Why So Many 45's

Just curious if anyone might know why there are so many 1997 morgan 45 center cockpits available in Los Angeles? tinyurl. com/3dccrj (yachtworld.com)

I'm looking to move out there from Atlanta, sell my 32' Islander and find a decent live-aboard.

I'm hoping that I can get into marina del rey. I know there are terrible waiting lists for live aboards, but I'm hoping it might get a slip transfer from the current slip holders on one of those boats. I've always heard good things about morgans, but this seems a bit suspicious (5 nearly identical boats).
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Three or four of those listing are for the same boat.

After looking at all of those listings again, they're ALL the same boat or at least the same pics.

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damn.. you're right.. I should have looked at the pillows!
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