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Old 07-22-2017, 07:35 PM   #1
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Unhappy 80 foot, unfinished Navy YP Reduced to $35K from $82K

80' NAVY YP. Probably 654 Class, but we think its one later. If you google this you will find more information than can be posted here. Will make a great passage maker ("great loop") boat, club dive boat, training or work boat. Currently in Tarpon Springs, FL. Would be great in the islands, CUBA bound or anything else you can dream of.
We have over 1 gb of photos of all the work since we purchased the boat. Everything we did is photo documented in the slideshow and PDFs links below.
All work photos, manuals drawings and documents are to the right. CLICK HERE for Slideshows and Pdfs.

The boat as we purchased it is below
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We bought the boat to become "loopers". Sadly we can not retire this way. ex YP668 exCT2

Please call me to discuss the boat. We know you will want lots more info than what is here as well as inspections or surveys. I do not text well (arthritis)so a phone call is the best way. 727-942-3030 is my office number. It is forwarded to my cell when I am out, but does not forward texts. Email is good also. (YP668 at verizon.net)
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Old 06-08-2018, 05:19 PM   #2
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cant figure out how to edit this post.

I want to change the price of the boat to $35,000.00. I dont seem to be able to edit the original post. what am I doing wrong?
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Old 06-08-2018, 05:29 PM   #3
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Very interesting boat. I tried to look at some of the photos, but the process is extremely clumsy to use. Get the photos into a better format and you will get more interest.

Also, type up a good description including technical details.

There is a narrow window of time to edit posts, so just change the price as you did in an update.
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Old 06-08-2018, 05:41 PM   #4
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I want to change the price of the boat to $35,000.00. I dont seem to be able to edit the original post. what am I doing wrong?
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The change has been made. Heck of a boat by the way.
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Old 06-08-2018, 06:59 PM   #5
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More here
https://miami.craigslist.org/mdc/boa...594204217.html

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There's a Navy YP boat in Seabrook that's been converted to a liveaboard.

Here's a short video of what the OP's boat could actually look like.

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Old 07-07-2018, 11:25 AM   #7
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Exclamation I'm going to have to scrap her if someone does not step up.

We have dropped the price for the last time to $25500. I can not work on her in the water and she is worth more than this in parts. I am left no choice. Here is hoping someone can get the word out to someone who can use her without cutting her up.

Best Regards too all and Welcome home Perry.
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Current Condition?

What is the current condition? I looked at many photos and I am unclear as to what condition she sits in currently. Please feel free to message me, I would be happy to speak with you further. Thank you.
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Old 10-15-2018, 03:49 PM   #9
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Still for sale

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I want to change the price of the boat to $35,000.00. I dont seem to be able to edit the original post. what am I doing wrong?
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Need more pictures and information about this boat, then could be interested in buying.
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Old 10-16-2018, 03:14 PM   #10
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Qualified as a Craftmaster on the YPs when I was an instructor at the USNA back in the '90s. Would take the Mids out for shiphandling/navigation training during the school year and trips up north over the summer. Annapolis - C&D - Delaware Bay - NYC - Cape Cod Canal - Boston - Portsmouth NH ... never made it up to Halifax because of weather (which bummed the Mids out since they could drink up there).

The YPs were great boats, fantastic training tools.
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If the original engines are still there, twin Detroit 12v71s, it burns about 15 - 20 gallons an hour at 12 knots. A big wood boat takes a lot of work.


Just saw the pics. Detroit Dual 671s not 12v. Too bad the copper doesn't cover the whole hull.
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Qualified as a Craftmaster on the YPs when I was an instructor at the USNA back in the '90s. Would take the Mids out for shiphandling/navigation training during the school year and trips up north over the summer. Annapolis - C&D - Delaware Bay - NYC - Cape Cod Canal - Boston - Portsmouth NH ... never made it up to Halifax because of weather (which bummed the Mids out since they could drink up there).

The YPs were great boats, fantastic training tools.
So did any of the mids end up on the Fitzgerald or McCain? Maybe they should have practiced with something bigger.
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So did any of the mids end up on the Fitzgerald or McCain? Maybe they should have practiced with something bigger.
None of the ones I worked with would be in the age group of the wardrooms of either of those ships. The YPs used simple Range & Bearings (both visual and radar) and MoBoards to create the surface awareness picture and collision avoidance.
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