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Old 02-12-2013, 06:47 AM   #1
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I think I've found my huckleberry

Aurther Defevers own 63' flushdeck. Beautiful, simply beautiful!
The only problem I see is how a working man could afford to keep it after the purchase a fella could sell his house that he bought 30 years ago, one that has realized a great deal of appreciation, and probably pay cash for it. Seems like you would need some pretty decent cash flow to hang onto it. The problem is the 50K a year or so (slip fees, insurance, maintainance, usage) that it would cost to keep it at a slip. Y'all probably have a better take on this senaro than myself.
Carry on...

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Old 02-12-2013, 07:50 AM   #2
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Beautiful Boat-- I don't think I could enjoy owning a boat like that, if I did not have the resources to take care of her.

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I agree John
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Pocket change for all us yacht owning 1%ers I'm sure....
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