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1 Week Ago 06:58 AM
Christian Winkler
Re: Local boat buying assistance

I could have a look on boats in Croatia, but it might take some weeks, as Iīm not there permanently.
gtx chris
2 Weeks Ago 11:43 PM
Re: Local boat buying assistance

I am looking at an SJ24, $4600 Crown 23 $3000 and a Tanzer 22 $3000 in the next few days, I am on Vancouver Island. The boats are in Ladysmith, Nanaimo and Courtenay respectively.
I have sailed on many larger boats as a kid in the Bahamas, as a guest. I lived on Andros from 10 to 15 yrs old. As well as the local traditional local sloops and we had use of a Sunfish from the hotel.
I have a Prindle 16, Chrysler Pirateer 13 and a home built Opti/Sabot with a bowsprit running 56 sqft of a Delta wing hang glider for power...what can I say, use what ya got.
All of which I have 2 seasons sailing on.
So... a little knowledge is more dangerous than
I intend to daysail/weekend with my wife, who is a total lubber in the Campbell River area. For now, we will be fair weather sailors, running for shore/bays/marinas when she blows.
Ok, any comments/suggestions on the 3 candidates in our list?
02-18-2015 01:14 PM
Re: Local boat buying assistance

If anybody is available to take a look at a boat in Galena, MD (near Georgetown, on the eastern shore), I would greatly appreciate it. PM me or leave a message here if you're able to help and we can work out the details, I'm happy to cover gas and whatnot if needed.
01-06-2015 10:48 AM
Re: Local boat buying assistance

Can anyone take a look at a boat for me on Cape Cod - take some pics so I can see if it's worth pursuing.

The boat is on a trailer at the owners house, so access should be easy. It's in Cotuit.

Please PM me. Much appreciated.
12-22-2014 12:42 AM
Re: Local boat buying assistance

there are afew of us here on Vancouver Island but I would be willing to help in the victoria lower island area as well as the southern gulf islands
12-21-2014 10:31 PM
Re: Local boat buying assistance

Another for Santa Cruz, CA. Know boats quite well, and am looking myself.

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09-29-2014 01:16 AM
Re: Local boat buying assistance

If nobody has taken Kemah, Galveston area of TX, I'm an hour away
09-07-2014 06:43 PM
Re: Local boat buying assistance

Pearson 32
09-07-2014 11:38 AM
Re: Local boat buying assistance

Kramerica, you might want to cast your eye on this forum:

Pearson -
09-07-2014 11:20 AM
Re: Local boat buying assistance

So I ended up picking up a 1980 Pearson 32 I opted out of the cheoy lee due to work needed.
I have now owned a laser,Catalina 14, Macgregor 21,alberg 23,cal 25,and Now the pearson 32.
I am looking for any info on the P32
looking for.
Any owner manual info. Brochures, engine info I am seeing what amounts to 11hp diesel but in different boast I see higher HP's. IT is hull # 36
Is there a designation in the HIN#.

Any help appreciated sailing out of buzzards bay, MA
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