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08-15-2004 12:37 PM
buying a live a board

I have a Hans Christian for $80000.
01-23-2004 01:12 PM
buying a live a board

A good Gulfstar 41 or even a 43 can be purchased for that, and are definitely World cruising capable. We live on a 41'' and my 6''4 son and his wife visit frequently.
01-09-2004 10:51 AM
buying a live a board

Adele, one thing I''d encourage of you is to be the very first person to snag a free Latitude 38 each and every month, and then beat feet to the Classy Classifieds. For practice (before the next issue comes out!) visit And inbetween times, read the rest of the mag. There seem to be stories on finding, fixing and sailing boats in that magazine that suit everyone from the Sillycon Valley Zillionaires to every one of the rest of us. I think you''d get a lot of ideas about what''s possible, and much of it will come from your own backyard.

Good luck to you!

01-08-2004 08:32 PM
buying a live a board

Hi everyone,
we are a couple with a 7 y old boy and we looking for a living aboard and sail the carrabbean but our budget is shorter than Rocil. We live in Bay Area, SF. If someone know about a good deal, please let us know. Thanks, Adele
09-30-2003 04:01 PM
buying a live a board


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09-07-2003 07:31 AM
buying a live a board

Hi, everybody!
We are a family of four; mom, dad and two little kids (6 & 2 yrs). We are planning to liveaboard as soon as we find our right boat... Right now we are located in the caribbean. Which boat would be nice, roomy, comfortable to liveaboard with little kids and good to go everywhere in the world?? We have a budget about $80,000.00 to buy a used one around 40 ft. or bigger. Thanks, Rocil.
03-16-2003 06:35 AM
buying a live a board

we are in live-a-board,offshore, sail boat , inspection mode. price $1,00 to $100,000 . area of most boats of this type wanted. tks, tc us.

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