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# 207786 13-Jan-2017 15:40
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The in-laws are looking to downsize and sell their house in a few years.
As such the boat project needs to go.

 

In their words;
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Calling for all and any stupid offers
53 Ft Bruce Roberts Hull and decks.
Due to other commitments nothing has been done on this project for approximately 10 years, which gives you the chance to finish off and obtain the existing components way below the cost of materials.
Hull: C Flex fibreglass.
Decks, Coach roof and Dodger: One inch ply with fibreglass over. (Due to weathering, some will need repair.)
Bulkheads: ¾ inch ply fitted and glassed to hull.
Most internal bunks and fittings roughed out.
Any acceptable offer will be on the basis ‘as is where is’ and removal to be arranged by the Buyer at no cost to the Seller. Any damage to property caused by removal operations to be made good by the Buyer.
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The realty is that if no reasonable offer is made the hull will be cut up and scrapped.

 

There are separate parts not currently installed (engine, gearbox, etc) that may be available as part of the negotiation but only as part of the hull purchase/removal.

 

The location of this boat/hull is Whanganui (near the hospital)
There are challenges such as the age of the project and street power lines etc
Some Pictures:
https://1drv.ms/f/s!AvgOax08G8EnhAh7xAtxup3VgXX8

 

For those seriously interested please reply and I will be able to put you in contact.
If there are any serious questions I will attempt to provide answers.

 

 

 

 


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  # 1798771 12-Jun-2017 18:36
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Now sold


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