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    Default Seattle Craigslist motor sailer

    https://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/b...478231782.html

    I've never had a motor-sailer, I've never been on a motor-sailer but I love the idea of them and the vintage ones are just cool.
    I don't love that they’ve made it clear that they pulled put the vintage stove (death knell?) but I hope somebody takes on this boat.
    Last edited by RobK; 05-03-2022 at 08:48 AM.

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    Default Re: Seattle Craigslist motor sailer

    Oh I so love that and would buy it in a heartbeat.......if I had the money.
    I wonder if we could organise a WBF crew to help sail it back to NZ?(:
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    Default Re: Seattle Craigslist motor sailer

    "needs attention"? Could be anything. Need to know, but not for me.

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    Default Re: Seattle Craigslist motor sailer

    how ya know the vintage stove be gone ?

    plenty of ol dickinsons available to pop in there

    might as well be free....gonna be another 25geez a year to keep her in neutral. both the engine and the maintainance

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    Default Re: Seattle Craigslist motor sailer

    She's a beauty. If I weren't on the other coast, and didn't already own a cruising boat, I would go have a look.

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    Default Re: Seattle Craigslist motor sailer

    I like it. Hints of Roughwater 35

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    Default Re: Seattle Craigslist motor sailer

    She is a good looking boat for sure. Similar to John, If I didn’t already have a similar size boat, and if she were on this coast I would give her a very hard look.

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    Default Re: Seattle Craigslist motor sailer

    Monk did design a Roughwater 35 motorsailer:

    36-roughwater-36-motor-sailer-trawler-1981-sold.jpg
    What's not on a boat costs nothing, weighs nothing, and can't break

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    Default Re: Seattle Craigslist motor sailer

    That's about the most generous engine access i've ever seen on a sailboat.
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