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02-02-2002 05:44 PM
CaptNat
What about for $30,000 or less

We have a 1973 Irwin 37 center cockpit for sale at $32,000. It has tremendous volume for living aboard and is very comfortable and safe to sail. More info- TaffBerrian@msn.com
02-01-2002 03:36 AM
Jeff_H
What about for $30,000 or less

Why would any one go to " www.a1line.com " when your obvious total lack of ethics as evidenced by spamming this forum and violating its rules against commercial posting shows that you are a totally untrustworthy person?
01-31-2002 09:41 PM
a1line
What about for $30,000 or less

Please go to the " www.a1line.com ".You will find so many good opportunity for you.
Thanks.
01-24-2002 01:12 PM
SloopSailor
What about for $30,000 or less

I would seriously look at the Tartan 34''s. A descent one will run you right at your maximum on asking price, but you should be able to get that down a little.

Excellent boats, motors are easy to access for maintenance and they sail really well.

You might also look at the C&C boats along with Islander.
01-24-2002 08:45 AM
nemo75
What about for $30,000 or less

been looking at S2 9.2''s but the closest is still a 6hr drive. I found a mirage 275 for sale and does anyone have any comments on this boat? this will be my first sailboat and are looking for better quality than the hunters and caltalinas.
12-12-2001 05:58 PM
JWag
What about for $30,000 or less

Denr: I like the mid-80''s Cal. Folks in our marina have a 34 and it''s a nice looking boat. As far as the O''day, for some reason I have an aversion to them, but I can''t tell you specifically why.

As far as launch date, we might be a week or two later if we get a lot of ice in northern Lake Michigan - we''ll see how the winter goes. Sure would like to get some heavy precip in the Superior basin and get the water levels up further for next summer.
12-12-2001 06:53 AM
Denr
What about for $30,000 or less

You''re all most exactly correct with the 130 days until launch. Do you think you could add maybe a mid 80s Cal or O''Day to your list?
12-11-2001 10:01 PM
JWag
What about for $30,000 or less

Denr:
Hat''s off to you for to you for your holiday spirit. I knew a fellow Lake Michigan sailor would have it in him. Hope Santa is good to you and just think, only 130 days or so until launch.
12-11-2001 08:23 AM
Denr
What about for $30,000 or less

Inasmuch as it is the holiday season and I feel very generous, your last recommendation will stand without criticism or scrutiny. It is possible that a 30 foot boat has a full aft stateroom? This boat must have a lot of free board if this is true.
I do like the other recommendations you made however, nice call.
12-10-2001 04:18 PM
JWag
What about for $30,000 or less

Dan:
If you can, I would push the $30k envelope and look at the following: 1983/84 C&C 29, 1983/84 S2 9.2 (cruising version of 9.1), early 1983 Tartan 3000, 1982 Sabre 28. Or (brace yourself Denr), how about a 1986/87 Beneteau First 285 or 1985 First 305? Nah, who would want a lively and liveable boat with good hardware, all veneer interior and a full aft stateroom anyway?
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