32. FREE SAILBOAT – Too Good To Be True? – DIY Sailing

They say “There’s nothing more expensive than a free boat,” but craigslist has some unicorns every now and then. This 1978 Endeavor 32 we picked up has a 2004 Westerbeke 20B Two engine in it with 270 hours, newer rigging, sails, and in-mast furling, new bronze thru-hulls, seacocks, and a recent full bottom job that repaired blisters and applied a barrier coat, and new anti-fouling.

How can you get your own free boat? Well, there’s no secret to it. Be diligent about checking craigslist every day.

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Chasin’ It by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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