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DrDeYates, we also keep a boat on San Francisco Bay. I was reading your previous posts about your Morgan 45. We would love to talk to you about your experience with your Morgan 45 on the Bay. Please e-mail us at truckeesailor@hotmail.com. Do you still have your boat? Thank you.
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Regarding Lady Di

I own "Lady Di" and wanted to address the comments made. RE: Undetectable leaks above the water line - There are NONE. I had this boat in for bottom paint a year ago and everything was checked. There were no reports of any leaks by the trained eyes of San Diego Shipyard. You are welcome to visit and I will give you a hose to put water where you like to try to disprove what I am saying.

Regarding the use of multiple brokers: Exposure, plain and simple. In these times of fewer buyers, yacht brokers are natrualy going to sell what they have listed first if they can. I don't fault them, they are trying to make a living and 10% is better than 5% commission. I had the boat listed exclusively at first and the boat was not show that often. Open listings provide more potential buyers and have nothing to do with if there is anything wrong with the boat.
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Drdeyates...

Pretty quiet since May of 2010. Did you sell your Morgan 45? In the market.
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It's an interesting market out there these days. Far less inventory when the market is down and the "miracle" deals are few and far between. In the $100-$125,000.00 range in a 42'-46' class sailing vessel, we've looked at about eveything available on the West Coast and you can really count the options as far as good value, performance and price on 2 fingers. -Art
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Interesting market...

Oceannester you are partially correct. The inventory for boats in the 45-51 foot category for the low 100's has gone done over the last few years, but the "features" of the boats on the market have gone up. Boats in the 42 foot class have seriously dropped in price though, like regularly less than $90k.. I suspect the opportunity to purchase a C42 at heavily discounted prices is cutting into the potential buyers of Lady Di.
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