38 foot trimaran Id

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by markstrimaran, Jul 27, 2018.

  1. markstrimaran
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    markstrimaran Senior Member

  2. markstrimaran
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    markstrimaran Senior Member

    Anybody know any thing about this boat. Its supposed self built by a "mc Donald" in 1982.

    Foam cored
     
  3. markstrimaran
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    markstrimaran Senior Member

    It's a center cockpit, aft cabin.
    23 hp Volvo diesel.

    Any ideas on fair market value?
     

  4. bruceb
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    bruceb Senior Member

    I can't tell much from that front view, but it looks typical of the tris designed before the mid 70's. I don't think any Crowther's look like that. I sort of watch the market here in the USA for tri's under 40 feet, and I would expect that sort of one with glass hulls to actually sell around 20K unless it is in poor condition(-) or really well fitted out (+). Condition is everything at that age. Decent multi's seem to sell for more on the west coast than the east. A really! desirable 36 just sold for 22k on the mid east coast. There just isn't much demand or acceptance for smaller multi's that don't fold.
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