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Old 09-02-2018, 11:23 AM   #1
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Off the Market-1977 Heritage West Indian

36' Heritage West Indian for sale on Galveston Bay, Texas. Listed on Craigslist https://houston.craigslist.org/boa/d...685081924.html . Asking $38k.
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Old 09-10-2018, 01:46 PM   #2
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Bueller? Bueller? Anyone? Anyone?
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I've always liked West Indians. Really pretty lines. We never run our boat from below, and as such, the lack of a lower helm has always appealed to me. Saves a ton of space and is much simpler.


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I can vouch for how nice this boat is. I see it across the dock from me every day. If it were just a little bigger and we could live full time on it, I'd be all over it.
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Thanks Dougcole and toocoys.
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If we had even known about the Heritage Indian when we started looking for our first trawler, it would have been on our short list. It’s a real nice package.
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always liked those but the lack of lower helm , wouldn't work for me. Just my opinion.
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I agree, looks good, however the lower helm in on my list as I shop. Hope she sells soon.
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Slow Motion, The Island Gypsy listed on TF might be a good option since you are in the League City area. Here is the Craiglist posting: https://houston.craigslist.org/boa/d...670101612.html . Appears to have a lower station.
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She does look good from the pictures. I wouldn't mind a closer look.
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A lot more photos on YW. She needs.... Love. I sent an email. I am gonna be home next week for two days then back on the road.
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Slow Motion, Here is another at Seabrook Marina on the P dock. The owner is having some health problems and needs to move the boat. The CL post:
https://houston.craigslist.org/boa/d...686854947.html
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Maaaaaan, your a boat pump. Lmao. I like you already.
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P I M P. Darned autocorrect
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As you can see, not trying too hard to sell mine
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Slow Motion, Here is another at Seabrook Marina on the P dock. The owner is having some health problems and needs to move the boat. The CL post:
https://houston.craigslist.org/boa/d...686854947.html


That's Patricks boat. They had big plans and were just about to head out for their first cruise to Florida when he was diagnosed. I almost bought that boat before we decided to lease this one.

They have a youtube channel.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqT...LyYOOsYREAcKXA
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That is almost what I am looking for in a couple of years. Price is crazy close too.
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always liked those but the lack of lower helm , wouldn't work for me. Just my opinion.
I know what you mean. I guess that forehead could be knocked off, I mean flybridge, and the controls moved down below.
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That is almost what I am looking for in a couple of years. Price is crazy close too.

No time like the present
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