Sad posting on CL

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Sad posting on CL

Postby Skipper599 » Sat Dec 29, 2012 12:21 am

... Sailboat Wrecking Yard (Bellingham WA) ...

I guess there's an end to everything in this world ... even sailboats
I am: Bob of Wight.

s/v 'Ros Na Cosquin'
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There are good ships, there are wood ships, and these ships sail the sea

But the best ship, is friendship and may this always be! ... ... ... A prayer from Ireland.
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Re: Sad posting on CL

Postby triton274 » Fri Jan 04, 2013 5:17 pm

Sounds grim; is there a link?
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Re: Sad posting on CL

Postby Crazer » Fri Jan 04, 2013 5:28 pm

http://bellingham.craigslist.org/bod/3454755400.html

Looks like he hasn't got his hands on anything I would consider a pedigree design, lets hope it stays that way. I'd hate to see a Triton or another Alberg end up there, we've lost too many recently.
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Re: Sad posting on CL

Postby TampaBay » Fri Jan 04, 2013 7:24 pm

I sent them an email about a week ago (got no reply.) They don't seem to have a web site, or images of their inventory. I wonder if it's a legit company.
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Re: Sad posting on CL

Postby Skipper599 » Fri Jan 04, 2013 7:58 pm

I've also tried emailing them with no response ... I guess they're only in it for the money LOL, ... and one must physically go look see what they have.

If anyone is truly interested in anything, I live only 15 miles up the road and go to Blaine on average about once a month ... I could make inquiries of anything any of you might be interested in. Remember I live on the north side of the border.
I am: Bob of Wight.

s/v 'Ros Na Cosquin'
a 'Passage - 24'

There are good ships, there are wood ships, and these ships sail the sea

But the best ship, is friendship and may this always be! ... ... ... A prayer from Ireland.
Skipper599
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Posts: 308
Joined: Mon Mar 16, 2009 1:48 am
Location: Cloverdale in Beautiful BC Canada.
Boat Name: "MACUSHLA"
Boat Type: Passage 24-30 Cutter


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