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Old 03-09-2022, 06:14 PM   #1
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Still hoping to find a trailerable trawler. Preferred locations would be southern Ontario or Vancouver areas. Something like an Albin 25. Searching from Regina, SK.
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Old 03-10-2022, 08:16 AM   #2
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Still hoping to find a trailerable trawler. Preferred locations would be southern Ontario or Vancouver areas. Something like an Albin 25. Searching from Regina, SK.
I am a member of a facebook group named Trailer Trawlers.
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Old 03-10-2022, 08:21 AM   #3
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You can also try the Rosborough group. These are cool little 26-footers that are frequently sold with a trailer.

https://groups.io/g/rosboroughrf246owners

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Old 03-10-2022, 08:35 AM   #4
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C-Dorys and Atlas Acadias are two 25' trailerable "trawlers". My avatar at the left shows an Atlas Pompano 23, but that isn't really a livable "trawler".

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Old 03-10-2022, 11:47 AM   #5
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Thanks for the info.����
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Thanks, I’ll take a look.
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Old 03-10-2022, 11:48 AM   #7
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Never been on Facebook. My loss??
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Never been on Facebook. My loss??
Maybe?

My current facebook presence is limited to five, boat brand specific, groups. I chose these five groups as I will likely buy one of these boats.

When you come closer to deciding what boat you want, there is probably an online webpage and/or facebook page for that boat. An additional site to find boats for sale and/or make your own post looking for a boat.

One of the boats that I too am interested in is the Albin 25. Seems to be a sweet spot for these boats in Vancouver.

albinowners.com is a good website for all albin boats.
The Albin Cruisers 25 & 27 facebook group is very specific to only Albin 25/27's.

David mentions C-Dory. There is also a specic C-Dory owners website at The C-Brats :: Home

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C-Dorys and Atlas Acadias are two 25' trailerable "trawlers". My avatar at the left shows an Atlas Pompano 23, but that isn't really a livable "trawler".

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I've always listed over the Acadia 25. What a great day/weekend boat for a place like Florida (where they are made). Lobster boat style is so very approachable.

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Old 03-10-2022, 04:46 PM   #10
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Thanks, again, Jim. I’ve wanted something like this for years but didn’t know it until I retired. Then Covid struck, access became difficult, and ‘staycations’ became the norm. With winter, I took a low-paying job to get off the couch and banish the boredom, and now work two nights a week until after midnight. Which shoots my days to hell.
Sure would be nice to have a boat for the summer!
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One was just listed on the Albin 25&27 FB Group page…Salish Sea . Not sure if the group is public - you might need to sign up but here’s the link.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/8981...7083432636161/
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Not a Facebook person but am having someone try to follow this lead. Thanks. Quick guess is boat was ‘sold’ but is listed again for some reason.
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There is a 25' listed in Tallahassee, FL on craigslist.

Misspelled as "Alvin 25" if you search for it.
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No trailer with this one. But thanks.
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A trailer is immaterial. It's the boat that is important. Shop for the boat. If it comes with a trailer, fine. But don't lose perspective here. A trailer can always be acquired post purchase.
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Albin 25 w trailer possibly available .

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I am a member of a facebook group named Trailer Trawlers.
Boat and trailer is in southern Ontario. I’m in southern Az at the moment. Send me a PM more for details. I also have the mast, rigging, and sales to convert it back to a sailboat.
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Still hoping to find a trailerable trawler. Preferred locations would be southern Ontario or Vancouver areas. Something like an Albin 25. Searching from Regina, SK.
Here is a picture of my Tresfjord 28. Norwegian built and rock solid.
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Here you go. This is a Tresfjord 28.
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