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Topic Review (Newest First)
03-24-2002 07:10 AM
carrina
wanted to buy boat to travel to new zealand

Dear Sir,
If you are looking for a real fine Classic Bermudan Staysail Schooner from 1929 then have a look at my website. She is a perfect ocean going vessel and they would love her in New Zealand. www.carrina.net
Christopher
05-15-2001 05:24 PM
Jeff_H
wanted to buy boat to travel to new zealand

Boy, have you ever have that backwards. If you watch the internet listing services, there are all kinds of wonderful boats for sale in New Zealand at really cheap prices by US standards. These boats represent a wide range of really high quality wood and composite boats in high tech and traditional design. On the other hand, San Francisco is one of the most expensive used boat markets in the United States. I suspect that you could fly to New Zealand, buy your dream boat and sail back and forth across the Pacific and still come out ahead. Of course, the really best deal is to buy a boat in NZ and sell it in ''frisco.
Regards
Jeff
05-15-2001 01:43 PM
ady_babe
wanted to buy boat to travel to new zealand

hello there,
live in san fran and want to sail home to new zealand, within the next year or so. So want to buy the appropriate boat for such a trip across the pacific, will live, work and get the boat ready over the year. Any suggestions as to appropriate boat type, or cheap boats in need of tlc let me know, am able to travel anywhere.

have an affinity to wooden hulls!

cheers
ady

 
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