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 Posted: Fri Sep 21st, 2018 06:21 pm
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During my Shopping I see folks that want $25K and others that want $12K for similar boats...A boat is only worth what you can get for them...


Point...If you shop a lot you can get a good deal...There is a sailboat in Mission Bay that is for sale with its own rented slip...Priced very reasonable and has been for sale for over a year...Slips are hard to come by there....


I am catching the Fever....

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trailer sailor is definatly the way to go.Im bringing down a Buccaneer 25 next month and may leave it in SC ? had a Catalina 25 there a few years ago and really liked it.Not to much money invested , cheap storage (if on its own trailer)and fun .You should be experienced @ living in small spaces .As per sailing experience theres lots of people around SC that can teach you the ropes not to worry.Works for me !

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My cost/benefit analysis puts me in the between 32' and 36'. 
I  already been contacted by a few board members offering to share their experience and help me to get up to speed with living/sailing in SC. Thank you very much, guys!

barniclebobca@yahoo.ca wrote: trailer sailor is definatly the way to go.Im bringing down a Buccaneer 25 next month and may leave it in SC ? had a Catalina 25 there a few years ago and really liked it.Not to much money invested , cheap storage (if on its own trailer)and fun .You should be experienced @ living in small spaces .As per sailing experience theres lots of people around SC that can teach you the ropes not to worry.Works for me !

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Anybody offer to sell you their boat yet???? jajajajajja

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