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post #11 of 25 Old 01-11-2008 Thread Starter
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Thanks for your input, guys.
Maybe I AM placing to much importance on the headroom issue.
Your points are making me reconsider the old girl.
She may be sold by now though.
How much does a survey cost on the average? And how do you find a surveyor?
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Survey costs vary somewhat. Usual charge is around $12/ft.
Our last survey on a T27 cost $350 if I remember correctly.
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Okay, that gives me an idea. Thanks, caleb!
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Hello,

If you are not going to buy the boat I might be interested in purchasing it and restoring it.

Would you mind giving me the owners name and phone number if you are not interested in buying the boat?

Thank you, John
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I had a Tartan 27 which I sailed from Seattle Wa to East coast and circumnavigated the Caribbean. With out a doubt the T 27 is one of the best small sailing boast ever built. They are solid on all points of sail handle weather and comfortable for cruising. T 27 all the way...
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Hi John, Sorry I'm just now getting back with you. I've not made up my mind yet about the Tartan and soon I'll be checking to see if she has been sold yet. I've been working a lot lately and just haven't had the time. If she's still available and I decide not to buy her I'll be glad to give you the contact info.

Wow! Y.logic! That's very impressive! What a wonderful trip that must've been!
I would love to hear more details.
Any photos?
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Okay, I finally got the time to run by and check on the T27 and it appears that she's been sold and moved to another marina.
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Looking for T 27 forum community

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Survey costs vary somewhat. Usual charge is around $12/ft.
Our last survey on a T27 cost $350 if I remember correctly.
Please,how can I find T 27 mark 2 forum?Thank U,Eugene.
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Eugene...there is ONLY a forum for ALL Tartans here. You can start a NEW Thread within this forum on T27's if you have specific questions or topics or just want to chat with other owners.

No longer posting. Reach me by PM!
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