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Old 05-10-2020, 03:45 AM   #41
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Yes. I bought a 2003 Mainship 400 that I found on Facebook, of all places. A broker saw my post there and emailed me. It was a trade-in on a new boat that the dealer was then selling through his sales team.

Needs a bit of work but the price was right. Good engine survey and most of what it needs is cosmetic.
Your original post talked of displacement hull in turnkey condition. Evolution of thought is normal (hence so many people who buy multiple boats). I'd be curious to hear how your priorities and thought process evolved if you'd care to share

Thanks, and good luck with the new boat. I like the Mainship line. Surprised they haven't been more widely copied over the years.

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Old 09-21-2020, 04:07 PM   #42
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I have a 42' GB Classic that has been improved in many ways. It's in the St. Petersburg, FL area. Please advise of interest.
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I have a GB 42' Classic in St. Petersburg, Fl area for sale.
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Canít see this working if your boat is in Florida.
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Canít see this working if your boat is in Florida.
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He bought a Mainship in May: Dead thread

For the recent responses, the OP bought a boat so no reason to post your boat for sale.
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