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Hello, I posted this last week on the Crusing a forum and got no replies. So, I am going to retry using this forum. Thank you.

Hello, from a new member. I have done the usual Internet search, as well as a nationwide search on Craigslist but I have found no information to help me. I am wondering what members think to be a fair market price for an Eastward Ho 24 in descent shape, fairly low time diesel inboard and enclosed head.

I have read that it is not the most able sailer, not fast, but a comfortable weekender or cruiser. If any one wants to voice other opinions especially a comparison to the Flicka or other similar sailboats under 25 feet, please do.
 

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Thank you very much. I was not familiar with the Nonsuch 22, or truthfully any others, but I am learning. Looking at it, I would say standing room and an inboard diesel in a 22 foot package is attractive. I like the catboat design. For others that may be interested in helping, yes, accommodation for two is adequate and that price range around $20,000 is about all I want to spend. I started my question last week, as there was an Eastward Ho available locally, at $20,000. But looking online I saw one ( believe one that had sold) for $12 Grand. $10-15 would be much better than $20, naturally.
 
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