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Old 05-06-2018, 11:26 PM   #21
City: Tri Cities, WA
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Welcome to TF, and welcome to the fun of boats in that size range.
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Old 05-07-2018, 01:46 AM   #22
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City: Long Beach, CA
Vessel Name: Aquarius
Vessel Model: Californian 55 CPMY
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Originally Posted by BruceK View Post
I think the dinette is on a mezzanine level.
Nice boat, great condition, welcome aboard.
Sorry my limited number of pictures may be confusing. So, Aquarius has a queen island bed in the forward VIP berth. Then, on the same level the galley to port and the dinette to stb. Then continuing aft and up three steps is the saloon. The photo I posted of the saloon is looking down and forward. You can see the TV to port. Then, you go up another three steps to the sun deck. The picture of the very large sun deck is taken looking forward. You can see the steps leading up to the flybridge and down to the saloon. Straight ahead is the wet bar, to port is the couch and coffee table. Then there is the photo of the fishing cockpit with table and chairs. Yes she has lots of room for our family of two. Here are a couple more.
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Aquarius 1991 Californian 55 CPMY Long Beach CA
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Old 05-07-2018, 09:30 AM   #23
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City: Sarasota,FL/Thomasville,GA
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Vessel Model: Marine Trader Kelly Trawler 46
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Welcome and great looking boat
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Old 06-05-2018, 07:16 PM   #24
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City: Salem, Oregon
Vessel Name: My Lady
Vessel Model: Formosa 42 Double Cabin
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Originally Posted by RickyD View Post
I had a 32' Ericson sailboat from 1986 to 2006. Sold it to go the the dark side. In 2007 I bought a 1989 Lien Hwa 47 just before the great market crash. I was in sales and sales just stopped. I supported the boat for about 3 years and just had to let her go. Loved her though. I was looking for another 47/48 but I just couldn't let this 55 get away. I am a little worried about docking such a big boat all the time but maybe it will be the same as the 47. It will be painful paying the added slip fees and bottom cleaning but heck, you only live once.
Go for it! Beautiful boat!
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