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  1. #1
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    FS #337 Ariel

    #337 is still looking for a new home. Looking for any reasonable offer.
    Thanks

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    Keeping Commander #105 ?

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    RObert LeMasters has C-#105

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Goodwin
    RObert LeMasters has C-#105

    Yes, I know, but if you check babouts profile, it says he owns A-337 AND C-105! Thought if I asked, he might set the record straight.

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    If you have pictures of your ship it might make people listen up. 3200 is a good price if the boat is in decent condition, I'd say.

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    CDR #105 and Ariel #337

    I will try to get pictures posted shortly.

    Thanks
    Last edited by babout; 07-05-2006 at 11:33 AM.

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    babout, I recently went on a waiting list, and pray I don't suffer your fate. I'm now trying to find out the regulations for putting a mooring on our lake, hopefuly in a spot that would be ice free over the winter. SunCat 17 looking better each day.
    John
    Santana 22 #195
    So Oregon

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    Thumbs down waitn' lists--a deterrance.

    the death sentance is suppoaztah' beah' deterrance.havinta' be onna' waitin' list is to me a deterrance.I'druther go boteless.there's no waitin' list on the hard deck that Ive got on mind---and no red tape that goeth with the requirements fer' jus' bein' on waitn' lists.therefore I have no deterance.these things havta' b' taken into account b4 yaz'getta'bote. this is just the beginning of the example of the how and why recreational boat ownership gets its "expensive" stereotyping. in other words---do not buy a boat with out having a place lined up to keep it first.I learned that lesson-this was a contributing factor that lead to my ultimate decision to leave "phloridder"
    Last edited by eric (deceased); 07-04-2006 at 01:44 PM.

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