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Re: Important Things (You Know Now), To Look For When Buying A Used Sailboat?
Well, my 'Max' is that much but I'd rather spend a lot less, giving me leeway for when I need to buy stuff it will most likely need, no matter how good its condition.
There are a number of new boats in that price range that will be in perfect condition some of which are from top notch manufacturer right here in Florida with a few here in the vacinity of Tampa Bay but they will be under 30 feet so the question is: What size and class of boat are you looking for that costs less than $70,000?
You may be trying to find a boat that is going to cost $140,000 in turnkey condition so one of those being liquidated for $70,000 or less is usually going to require a lot of work and money to get back into shape. People rarely find the Holy Grail and may spend a lifetime searching and never finding while other just stumble upon it without really trying.