|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|07-31-2008 10:13 PM|
|capttb||Kinda looks like a Manson Family Sailing Vessel, glad the life preservers come with it.|
|07-31-2008 09:31 PM|
|sailingdog||Looks like it is priced a bit high...there's no interior on that boat. It's been gutted.|
|07-31-2008 09:23 PM|
A $2400 toilet seat!! What, is this some kind of Pentagon contract?
Seriously, that link is better than the first one ( ), but it still doesn't provide a great deal of info. My gut feeling is that $2400 is pretty steep for this small and fairly primitive vessel, but I'm not familiar with the boat market in Hawaii.
|07-31-2008 09:03 PM|
|T37Chef||WOW...it has a toilet seat, now all you need to do get the to throw in the thing the seat sits on|
|07-31-2008 08:58 PM|
what do I gotta do everything here? sheesh....
20 ft Family Sailing Vessel with Cuddy Cabin
|07-31-2008 08:39 PM|
You don't worry about CharlieCobra...
He's just being critical... I say go for it! ....and stuff... I mean really... these guys here on SailNet want everything... pics.. descriptions.... links....
they are just being "PICKY" I say...
|07-31-2008 08:29 PM|
|CharlieCobra||Ah, having a pic, link or something might help ya get the question answered. We're usually pretty good but we ain't clairvoyant.|
|07-31-2008 08:04 PM|
Can you identify this boat?
I am going to buy a boat in Honolulu soon, and I have been diligently checking craigslist. Not too many cheap, small sailboats come up. This one was listed today. Anyone know what kind it is?
As a more general buying a boat question, how do you determine what a boat should sell for. It seems like they are all over the place. Ho do I know what I should offer or if what they ask is reasonable?