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5 minutes ago, chariot said:

Would he be interested in taking a Lotus 9.2 as a trade. Bugger, i'm still short of a few bucks.

Add in our Farr 1020, GBE and Hobie 16, I think we'd be still well short. .. still need Lotto, or sell a few of my kids, hmmmmmm

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18 hours ago, Rafin said:

I've got a 2005 Beneteau First 40.7 I reckon would meet your criteria. It's been to Fiji twice, my wife and I sail it easily, not sure about 6'4" headroom but 6'2" son wanders around inside no trouble. If you are in Tauranga and interested in having a look to see what one looks like you are welcome to.

To racey a cockpit for me.

Need more open, twin wheel, open transom.

Nice boats. Is yours Northern rebel?

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On 7/04/2020 at 7:39 AM, Priscilla II said:

Is the 40ft requirement driven by marina size cost and availability?

Whats your budget.

On TradeMe Beale 42ft minter.

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Can't find this in trademe. Any link?

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On 7/04/2020 at 9:29 AM, Sparky said:

17 years into my ownership of her and never touched the hull, for any repair or maintenance that I can recall, mind you I am old too (70.s) and may be suffering from some memory loss.

OOOooooops, and Apology,   Memory lapse,  forgot about the new stern due to some rot in ply caused by poorly fitted back stay plate, 

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