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Old 28 July 2015, 12:50   #11
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Originally Posted by ivorandrews View Post
There's been so much thought put in to the boat, making it really very easy to use and maintain. Silly things like the super robust front hatches and a centralised fuel manifold for switching between the 4 tanks that just make life easy, especially in tricky situations.
Ivor - the value of this (and its shiny new toobs) will be most appreciated by someone who knows the boat well. Good luck, there might just be someone who really wants what you have, especially if you are not in any rush.
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Old 28 July 2015, 13:07   #12
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Had another read of your spec to be honest when Paul has re-tubed her she'll look as good a new I would wait till then you have a good sea keeping boat built for the commercial world and will last good spec good layout good engine a new boat will only give the same.
Good luck what ever you decide

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Old 28 July 2015, 15:12   #13
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I'm in a much stronger position as I've seen the boat and know what it's like but I would suggest it's worth around £15k+.

The tubes are tired but not exhausted and if you were going to keep it for a few more years I'd think about a retube soon so you get some benefit rather than spending for somebody else's benefit if you sell immediately.

The boat is supremely capable and worth a premium on that basis alone so don't let anybody talk you down on price.


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