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Old 12-12-2013, 10:23 PM   #1
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I'm a sailor with demons whispering evil intentions.

Surfing TrawlerForum.com instead of Latitude38 is obviously the first step toward the "Darkside"".

My quest is to acquire a small tri-cabin (38-45' LWL), twin diesel for inland waters and coastal harbor hopping with the Port of Call here in San Francisco. I haven't decided on a budget, style of trawler, etc, etc. But it will need heating and air conditioning, auto pilot and navigating gadgets.

Pass your recommendations along. I have already noted a few very active members I plan to reach out to.
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I'm a sailor with demons whispering evil intentions.

Surfing TrawlerForum.com instead of Latitude38 is obviously the first step toward the "Darkside"".

My quest is to acquire a small tri-cabin (38-45' LWL), twin diesel for inland waters and coastal harbor hopping with the Port of Call here in San Francisco. I haven't decided on a budget, style of trawler, etc, etc. But it will need heating and air conditioning, auto pilot and navigating gadgets.

Pass your recommendations along. I have already noted a few very active members I plan to reach out to.
Do you want a cockpit?
How much $$ are you budgeting?
Are you good mechanically?
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