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roamer found in Moultonboro NH

Discussion in 'Chris Craft Roamer Yacht' started by russlunt, Sep 13, 2010.

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  1. russlunt

    russlunt New Member

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    I inquired about this a number of years ago before I knew what it was. The boat yard said make an offer back then. She needs a lot, I am sure, including a new bottom. I will stop and ask for more details tomorrow. Looks like about 35'
  2. russlunt

    russlunt New Member

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    first picture is a test of my resizing of the photos I took. Lets see if it worked.

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  3. russlunt

    russlunt New Member

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    Here are the rest of the pictures. I think she is a hansome girl, but this is quite a project. Found out the motors are gone.

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  4. fantasymaker

    fantasymaker New Member

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    Im not sure what price the quoted ya but it should be a hauloff deal...haul it off and its yours.
  5. *JU

    *JU New Member

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    Is that forward stack of timber pushing up into the hull?
  6. russlunt

    russlunt New Member

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    I agree on the haul off deal. I talked with the owner and he is talking about the scrap value but I think a good conversation about what it needs and saving it versus destroying it might yield results. Not really sure though.

    He has some really interesting boats there, a late 60's or 70's Donzi and a 40's vintage Richarson.

    You are correct in seeing that the hull us sinking around the keel. She needs a new bottom. Probably too far gone for most, especially with the motors gone.