A GREAT VALUE Sixty-Four Foot Cruiser [Full Tour] Learning the Lines

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This is a big, ready to sail yacht with a relatively small price tag! If you’re looking for a 63′ boat to sail the world on while staying on a budget, this is the boat for you. Anything this boat needs is going to be routine maintenance and cosmetic work. For a 63 footer, that’s still a full-time job, but the point is that this is definitely not a project boat. You could go sailing on her tomorrow.

What do you think?

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Asking Price: $249,000 (Before you comment “250k isn’t affordable,” please consider that affordability is relative to comparable boats of this size, condition, and vintage currently for sale. For example: an affordable 60 footer will always be more money than an affordable 30 footer. With that considered, this boat is definitely one of the more affordable 63 footers on the market today.)

Listing info:

1976 44′ Camper Nicholsons Center Cockpit Ketch


Broker:
Barry Berger (954) 873-1800

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Learning the Lines is a channel about us, an average couple in our 20’s, with big dreams to be sailing the world by the time we’re in our 30’s. We’re not afraid to jump into anything, put in the work, and learn as we go. We started out with Somnium, an O’day 272, moved onto Freebie, an Endeavour 32, and now are focusing on sailboat tours and working full time as teachers while we save up for our next boat.

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