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Old 01-28-2013
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Re: NiftyNickers is for sale

Originally Posted by niftynickers View Post
Ironically NiftyNickers is in Morgan Marina and I think she is next to Tempest.
For the rest of you folks Morgan Marina is in Sayreville NJ.on Raritan Bay near PerthAmboy,NJ.
Chuck, I thought so, I think we waited in the pond for the bridge opening together once. I'm so sorry to hear that she suffered damage. She's a beautiful vessel. No doubt, someone will scoop her up and care for her. A few years ago it might have been me. I do hope to see you out there again with your next vessel. If that takes time, you're welcome to sail with me anytime.
I'm just next door.
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Re: NiftyNickers is for sale

Hi all,

Thanks for all of your comments about NiftyNickers and my intention to sell her.
Yes Tempest I thought that we were sailing the same waters and thanks for the invite,I may very well take you up on that offer.There have been several people that have expressed interest in her but no serious buyers yet,but of course the weather has been terrible here and she's still not ready to be inspected by a buyer.The PS factory is at this time building a new rudder for her as the shaft was bent by 3 weeks of lying on her side.Fortunately the factory still exists unlike many builders over the years.I do intend to stay with this forum even after she's sold and perhaps contribute something occasionally.
Good luck to all,
Dianne and Chuck Burke S/V NiftyNickers C37 #139
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