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Originally Posted by OllieC
Sounds like it was at the bottom of the sea floor before you purchased it. The rot sounds weird. I a own a 75 year old, Cape Cod home, and the outdoor sills don't have rot.
The bow deck windows were both leaking - faulty seals - water leaked behind the head liner.
2014 330 Sundacer
Longboat Key, Florida
I just replaced one of my L29's last year. It was a reman long block and I paid about $3200 for it.
i could fit another 30'-32' on the other side of the dock with water and power and wifi but vehicle parking is at a premium. i'll have to ask my grandmother if shes looking for some extra income....
oh, and i'm hand building a new dinning room table, stools and chairs that seats 12 in my off time for the new house ha ha
Agree, and the fish don't stand a chance either!
my davits are going on hold. i had promise in the fall before we wrapped the boat but i'm buying a new house in 2 weeks and the boat is going in the water the day of closing with the mechanic for...