I'm hoping to find a Scot that doen't need a lot of work and upgrades to be ready for beginning racing and family day sailing. I would be happy with an older boat as long as it is in very nice shape.
You may want to add where you live or sail, and how far you are willing to travel for a boat. Check out the Caveat Emptor page on this site. A local fleet can also help you find a good boat.
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Fleet 163, Nockamixon Sail Club
I would consider traveling around 300 miles for a boat. I live in Greensboro, NC.
Please see my listing for FS 5861 in FSSA Forums - Items Wanted or For Sale web page, and pictures and description are on the FSSA Caveat Emptor web page. FS 5861 is in like new condition and a 200 mile drive from Greensboro, NC. I sent you an e-mail via the FSSA web site with info separately.
Please e-mail me at mbm5...@aim.com, or phone at 804-230-4985.
I have 2 Scots for sale They are older boats that have been re habed I have been sailing one for 3 years and done very well with it (6 th in the Conn NA's) the other I just finished. ( Sold )Both are race rigged with trailer and a set of Mad sails and a north chute.
I want $6500 for either one.
Ron @ firstname.lastname@example.org
941 358 3101 or 941 704 1572
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