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Old 08-03-2019, 08:17 PM   #221
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sorry correction, built in Fu Shan, China
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Old 01-25-2020, 06:50 PM   #222
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Hello, all. I'm under contract on a 2003 32 Gourmet Cruiser. Currently in Maryland and owned by a (thankfully) meticulous airline pilot. Sea trial and survey were on Friday, no significant issues, and hoping to close next week. Will add pics/details if/when the boat is "mine"!
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Old 02-26-2020, 01:50 PM   #223
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Been away for the winter... a couple from last fall moved her from Green Bay, WI to Waverly, TN. Toscana enjoyed her first winter in the water
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Old 02-29-2020, 12:04 AM   #224
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I closed our our purchase of "Gatsby", GC hull #7 ("007" on the placard) two weeks ago today, and brought her down from Harve de Grace, Maryland, to her new home of Deale, Maryland, a week ago Sunday. 6 hour cruise on the Chesapeake and literally saw only one other vessel the entire way - a CG safe boat at the entrance to the Baltimore harbor approach.

Cruised for another 4 hours last weekend, the boat is a great fit for my wife and me. And, based on what Codger2 shared with me, Harvey Halvorsen would've loved the fact that the first thing my new marina neighbor said to me when I met him last weekend was: "My friend has been looking at Hinckleys, but when I saw your boat I sent him some pictures and said he should take a look at the Halvorsen." I had to break the news that there aren't too many Gourmet Cruisers on offer...
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Old 02-29-2020, 12:11 AM   #225
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One more thing...I purchased an original copy of the September 2003 edition of "Motor Boats Monthly" (out of print now) from a seller on ebay in the UK. The cover is the 32 GC. Happy to scan/email to anyone interested, just PM me.
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Old 02-29-2020, 09:33 AM   #226
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Cruised for another 4 hours last weekend, the boat is a great fit for my wife and me. .
My wife and I really enjoyed our GC 32 for 8 years. The only reason we sold it was that we needed another stateroom for our "younger" guests. I am fast approaching 80 and refuse to give up my boating passion but having younger crew along for the ride really reduces the stress in my wife. (And me!)
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We closed our deal on our 1989 Island Gypsy 32, hull 102, last October. After a 20 hour sea trial (another story) she reached her home port, Hamilton ON, just in time to put it on the hard for winter. Received her registration papers in time for Christmas.
Changed out the cutlass bearing (introduced to a fiberglass shaft log) realigned the engine, new upholstery, through cleaning, and some other minor maintenance items, we launch in 7 weeks. I must say, with outside winter storage, having a diesel heater makes winter projects more comfortable than our previous boat.
Looking forward to this season.
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Canada must be more efficient... I closed 7/31/19 and just got my Document this week!
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Old 10-14-2020, 11:35 PM   #229
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Photos and update

Hi everyone. We finally splashed our new to us IG 30 this past August and now it's almost time to put her to bed for the winter.

She is a 1985 - 30 footer; Hull No 82

Still a few things to do... finish with the name placards on the side (once we agree on the name) and getting some additional canvas for sun shade for next year.

We did put 2-110 Watt solar panels on the Bimini (With the magnets) and worked wonderfully.

Trying to put a few photos up... hopefully this works.
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