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Old 09-06-2020, 09:41 PM   #9121
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Saw this 22 footer that caught my eye today online. I was left wanting for more in the ER...of which there was NO PHOTOS!

https://www.capitalcityyachts.com/bo...print=1&full=1

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Old 09-06-2020, 09:42 PM   #9122
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Old 09-06-2020, 09:47 PM   #9123
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Saw this 22 footer that caught my eye today online. I was left wanting for more in the ER...of which there was NO PHOTOS!

https://www.capitalcityyachts.com/bo...print=1&full=1

Looks like a Teddy Brewer design.
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Old 09-06-2020, 10:00 PM   #9124
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Our very own member Tad Roberts designed it. A lot of boat for the money. Trailer sailor with serious ability in a small package.
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Our very own member Tad Roberts designed it. A lot of boat for the money. Trailer sailor with serious ability in a small package.
Yes, a fantastic less than a week boat, for 2 people.
The only limiting factor is the size of the tanks.
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Old 09-06-2020, 10:10 PM   #9126
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Old 09-06-2020, 11:12 PM   #9127
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Another eBay charity boat. This one is in Newburyport, MA.


$10,500 with a day and half to go.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/1981-Mainsh...item3daa483853
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i wonder how many seagulls that guy snares each day. Perhaps thatís how he catches his dinner [emoji846]
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Old 09-07-2020, 09:19 AM   #9129
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Another eBay charity boat. This one is in Newburyport, MA.


$10,500 with a day and half to go.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/1981-Mainsh...item3daa483853
Bids still at 10,500 this morning. Maybe someone local will get a deal. Some nice MS 34's have been for sale on this forum in the past for short money.
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Old 09-07-2020, 10:59 AM   #9130
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Looks like a Teddy Brewer design.
Ya know!

Mini sized boats, trailers or homes can only get just so small... before people's personal dimensions and weight need be minimal.

I'd premise that 50% or more TF contributors could not fit well [comfortably] into most locations aboard and/or inside this 22' boat. Not to say that the boat does not appear to be a really nicely laid out, but extremely miniaturized, version of a pleasure craft.

I couldn't fit...! Could you??
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Old 09-07-2020, 11:32 AM   #9131
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If he built a mid 40ft boat with a dry head, small gen, AC and a bigger fridge for about $240ish-300, I am sure he would be selling them quickly.

I still vote for active stabilizers or gyro.....
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Old 09-07-2020, 11:35 AM   #9132
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Bids still at 10,500 this morning. Maybe someone local will get a deal. Some nice MS 34's have been for sale on this forum in the past for short money.

Better be prepared to tow that boat to another moorage. No inspections prior to purchase?!? What BS!


There's a REASON, probably more than few that the boat is being offered on Ebay, with no inspections allowed . . .
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Ya know!
I couldn't fit...! Could you??
I could fit. I was on submarines before I worked for Snow White as a miner.
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Old 09-07-2020, 12:53 PM   #9134
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Better be prepared to tow that boat to another moorage. No inspections prior to purchase?!? What BS!


There's a REASON, probably more than few that the boat is being offered on Ebay, with no inspections allowed . . .
maybe, maybe not. Guy donated it ,why deal with tire kickers...I'm sure a conversation with dock neighbors would reveal the real story... Hence my comment about local buyers...
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Old 09-07-2020, 03:30 PM   #9135
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i wonder how many seagulls that guy snares each day. Perhaps that’s how he catches his dinner [emoji846]
Lots of places to hang laundry, too!

Are there any ER pics to view before purchase? Buying online sight unseen and no inspections seems like a bridge too far to me.
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Ya know!

Mini sized boats, trailers or homes can only get just so small... before people's personal dimensions and weight need be minimal.

I'd premise that 50% or more TF contributors could not fit well [comfortably] into most locations aboard and/or inside this 22' boat. Not to say that the boat does not appear to be a really nicely laid out, but extremely miniaturized, version of a pleasure craft.

I couldn't fit...! Could you??
It's not about the fit. I am fit. I'm just not comfortable without some space.
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It's not about the fit. I am fit. I'm just not comfortable without some space.
Yo - Tin Man... I'm very fit... Just too big for that nicely laid out and good looking, but too small a boat.
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This is a nice setup and I like the well thought out and proven Mast and rigging Setup. Just miniaturized.
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Saw this 22 footer that caught my eye today online. I was left wanting for more in the ER...of which there was NO PHOTOS!

https://www.capitalcityyachts.com/bo...print=1&full=1

Beautiful, practical boat, so well designed for getting on the water anywhere the heart desires
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Beautiful, practical boat, so well designed for getting on the water anywhere the heart desires
Obviously the ER will be cramped .... sort of a "heads down" access to the engine. Considering the length of the boat, it aint gonna be a walk-around ER.
Upon inspection, the conclusion would be, 'can I live with it.'

It looks like a big boat until one looks at the picture of the man standing in the cockpit. It's an almost fully equipped boat that fits on a trailer. SMILE

The next owner should be very happy.
I wonder what the air draft is and does the mast fold down.
We all should to be a bit concerned about that, IMO
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