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5740Re: [campernicholson] Nic 35

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  • simon allard
    Sep 14, 2011
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      Dear Gordon,
      If I have the right boat, then I note you have not owned Blue Days for very long. I spotted that you had an engine failure last year and hope that is not reason to put you off.
      Perhaps I am going to be controvertial, but I could create a very strong arguement to suggest that £55,000 for Blue Days is not enough money. After all, from the pictures I can see she is in excellent condition and well speced, from sails, through hull and generally very tidy condition downstairs. 
      I would take the point that there are of course some examples of this like any mark which have not been looked after and the investment required to bring them up to condition would be reasonable.....however I know from the owners I have met that there are many of our boats in great shape. 
      Should we not be asking the question, what else can you buy on the second hand market that will do this type of a job, sail beautifully and go anywhere in the world?
      In the UK for example, the only comparable boat still in production is the Rustler 36, which retails at anything north of £225,000, so why are we not asking £70,000 for a lovely boat such as Blue Days and other similar examples? 
      Blue Nava 35/177
      --- On Mon, 12/9/11, taylormickie1947 <taylormickie1947@...> wrote:

      From: taylormickie1947 <taylormickie1947@...>
      Subject: [campernicholson] Nic 35
      To: campernicholson@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Monday, 12 September, 2011, 19:06

      In the UK 1970s boats sell roughly depending on the inventory and condition from £42000 to £49000 I have a MK5 which is a 1983 with tall mast and superb inventory that can be seen at http://www.davidcookyachts.com/ with Photos and price it may help with it being a late model to give you an Idea Regards Gordon

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