Cheap one for Cav

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by catsketcher, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. catsketcher
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    catsketcher Senior Member

  2. cavalier mk2
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    I'm not cheap Phil, just inexpensive. That is actually a little less than what I got mine for but we didn't have the dry rot.

    Over here wet doesn't even begin to describe the last 3 months. I put my boat in the storm hole for the first time of the season yesterday and it is blowing but not like what was forecast. I like the idea of having a fixer up Nicol in OZ so I can go back and forth skipping winter. Alas obligations and funds are keeping this a dream for now but I'm thinking about it.

    If it is 13 meters it might be a Nicol Buccaneer but is most likely a Cavalier stretched or mis measured. Come on Catsketcher, go for it I know you like them.
     
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    catsketcher Senior Member

    I have three boats now. I would love an old Nicol but in the end you can't buy all the old boats that need fixing.

    cheers

    Phil
     
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