|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|01-25-2012 06:28 PM|
|killarney_sailor||Cambria's are very nice boats but I get the impression you could spent a lot of money on this one.|
|01-25-2012 04:39 PM|
It's a shame the cambria has gotten to the state it's in. I took one to Bermuda years ago. Very fast and very seaworthy. I delivered the same boat from Westbook ct to Chatam w/ the owner in a strong northwest. We left westbrook in the afternoon and arrived in Chatam at sunrise. Very quick delivery.
|01-25-2012 04:27 PM|
Originally Posted by sailingfool View Post
Aahhh.... that makes more sense.. I didn't see that! How do we get the detail on the one in the picture?
|01-25-2012 03:47 PM|
Originally Posted by Faster View Post
There are in fact two mid-40 foot gems there, sorry for the confusing presentation, one maybe a rough cut diamond, one still a piece of coal..
|01-25-2012 02:52 PM|
|tommays||I use that yard and the Cambria would need the full Charlie Cobra|
|01-25-2012 02:02 PM|
|Faster||I suppose that's what the boat on offer could look like eventually, but the pic and the boat listed are very different boats! Keel and rudder configurations are much different... Different versions, perhaps?|
|01-25-2012 01:54 PM|
Some Bargain Cruising yachts
For anyone looking for a bargain cruising yacht ( we all know who...), it looks like Mass. Maritime apparently owns this sweetheart:
1992 Bennett Bros/S&S 48' contact Bennett Bros. Yachts, 910-443-7625
If your pockets are actually somewhat empty, then move on and consider this listing for a Cambria:
1984 Cambria 44/46 Sail Boat For Sale - www.yachtworld.com