This is a little odd for this forum, but ...
Last year I bought a 1984 16' Luger Leeward sailboat to learn on. It's a great boat, but now that I have my Tartan 37, I have zero time to sail and maintain the Luger. Additionally, being in PA, I have to find storage for it for the winter, and I have no desire to pay to store something that I've no time to use.
So, first off, if anyone is interested, here is the Craigslist ad: http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/boa...?lang=en&cc=us
You can ignore the price on the ad. At this point I'm willing to give it away to anyone who will pay the title transfer on the trailer.
However, given that zero persons have responded to the ad. And given that I've contacted the local sailing community and offered to give it away or donate it to the local sailing club ... and _still_ haven't had anyone offer to take it ...
I'm basically left with the harsh reality that I may have to dispose of a perfectly serviceable sailboat.
This breaks my heart, but what's worse, I can't figure out how to do it. I've done some searching and calling around, and have not been able to find a scrap yard that will take it. My best plan, at this point, is to rent a dumpster and cut the thing up with a sawzaw to get it into the dumpster.
So ... if anyone wants it, please contact me. I'd much rather give it away than junk it ... but, if worst comes to worst, does anyone know of a better way to dispose of it than the dumpster/sawzaw plan?