3699Re: [BaylinerBuccaneerGroup] 240 for sale in mid-Canada
- Oct 11, 2013Yes I think there must be, because I have seen a nmumber of posts over the last couple of years where someone is looking for a Buccaneer or is wanting a larger one. I joined after buying my 1974 Buccaneer 240.Distance and hauling really affects buying and selling as does whether one has a title or only a Bill of Sale. Some states are not title states while others are.and some states are especially hard on trailer inspection and licensing.Overall this group is a pretty good place to buy or sell a Batliner sailboat or get info about fixing one.Andrew
On Thursday, October 10, 2013 10:49 PM, Carl <carl_muehlenbeck@...> wrote:
Do you think anyone in this group is here to learn about Buccaneers so they can buy one someday because they are great? Like maybe someone has a 240 but would like a 270? Or, are we all here because we acquired one almost free and like to talk about them and fix them up? I dont think I'd buy one again. Anyone else?
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On Oct 10, 2013, at 7:39 PM, mikemail <mike126862003@...> wrote:
1979 Bayliner Buccaneer 240 sailboat. Jabsco toilet with 40 gal holding tank. Galley has 2 burner Force 10 propane stove, electric high-efficiency fridge that runs off included inverter. 3 sails. Main, jib, and DRS spinnaker. 9.9 Johnson longshaft outboard with electric start and alternator. New halyards. Swim platform. Dual-axle trailer can launch and retrieve from any ramp. It does need a little TLC (it's 34 yrs old), but it's complete and ready to sail. Open to offers. Email, or view at Kinger's on Hwy 17 E in KenoraSent from my BlackBerry® PlayBook™
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