Re: Dovekie for Sale
I've gotten a lot of interest in the Dovekie, as well as several
thoughtful emails about not discounting the value of shallow draft in
Maine. I do know that the boat will not see any use for several years,
so I'm sure I want to sell it.
I've reduced the price to $5500 with the Honda 2hp, and $5000 without
the Honda. That's my bottom line. It's very well equipped and in
Photos available by email, as well as a list of additional equipment
and extra canvas etc.
--- In Bolger4Sale@yahoogroups.com, "muscongus" <muscongus@...> wrote:
> Hello Folks,
> My wife and I are moving to Maine, and I've decided to sell the Dovekie.
> We'll have a new house and barn to work on and little time, and will
> probably try to find a small cruising keelboat (Stonehorse maybe) once
> we're settled in.
> The boat is in great shape.
> Two good sails, one of the newer , larger sails (143sq'), and a spare,
> the smaller (128sq').
> All canvas covers are new, made of SunbrellaPlus, (hatch covers,
> dodger, rearcockpit cover, back porch) Back porch has stainless sell
> tube frame, two layer sides, (window and screen). There are two good
> sets of older canvas covers as well, one dodger with window. Nearly
> new Honda 2hp 4stroke long shaft outboard. Factory side outboard
> mount. Large bulkhead mount compass. New portapottie, larger holding
> tank. New Bruce anchor/6' of chain/nylon rode. New halyard, Forestay,
> sheet. Deck white, bottom and topsides repainted green. Large
> fiberglass Leeboards, fiberglass boom gallows, wooden mast and boom
> (refinished). New Seaswing gimballed stove, propane, with quick mount
> to forward edge of cockpit bench.
> Three new trailer wheel/tires. Trailer very good condition. New carpet
> on trailer bunk boards.
> Email for photos.
> Asking $6000 for all.
> Jack Manley
> 518-863-2100 (home)
> 518-424-2890 (cell)