Time to let go :-(

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  1. gray_penguin

    gray_penguin

    Joined May 4, 2010
    68 posts, 0 likes
    hunter 33_77-83
    US wilmington, NC
    1978 Hunter Cherubini 33 in Wilmington NC
    been sitting on stands in Cape Fear Boatworks for 5 years or so.
    Needs a major mold clean up,
    plywood rip out and replace,
    hatches rip out and replace,
    sails have been in their bags for over ten years,
    Yanmar was last cranked 5 years ago.

    trying to decide whether to part out and crush it or try to find someone willing to take on a project. Storage costs me $275/mth
     


  2. Justin_NSA

    Justin_NSA

    Joined Jul 7, 2004
    5,653 posts, 1,202 likes
    Hunter 30T
    US Cheney, KS
    You should try donating it. I think it's already costing you more than it's worth.
     


  3. Tally Ho

    Tally Ho

    Joined Jan 7, 2011
    1,362 posts, 288 likes
    Oday 322
    US East Chicago, IN
    I wonder if anyone would it as a donation...sounds pretty well shot.

    Sorry to hear that you haven’t been able to use her.

    I’d say part out what you can and chop her up. But if you had some photos, it may change my mind.

    Greg
     


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  4. Will Gilmore

    Will Gilmore

    Joined Oct 19, 2017
    4,682 posts, 2,633 likes
    O'Day 19
    US Littleton, NH
    :plus:

    -Will (Dragonfly)
     


  5. Johnb

    Johnb

    Joined Jan 22, 2008
    1,094 posts, 105 likes
    Hunter 37-cutter
    US Richmond CA
    I would be tempted to look for someone with a dream and essentially give it away. I know there is a lot of scepticism about taking on a project but back in the day when I had much more time and much less money I did and got 15 years happy use out of the result

    If everything is complete and the title is clean and it has not taken some big hit then a person with the right amount of skills and energy may be able to get it in usable shape

    One way or another I would take decisive action to terminate the monthly cost.
     


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  6. Calif. Ted

    Calif. Ted

    Joined Jun 8, 2004
    2,216 posts, 191 likes
    Catalina 320
    US Dana Point
    Put it on craiglist and whatever for $1500 or $2000 and see what happens, I've seen people on these forums pay more for less.
     


  7. CrispyCringle

    CrispyCringle

    Joined Sep 30, 2016
    196 posts, 77 likes
    Hunter 23.5
    US Patoka


  8. JRT

    JRT

    Joined Feb 14, 2017
    1,229 posts, 409 likes
    Catalina 310
    211 US Lake Guntersville, AL
    That storage monthly fee is higher then slip fees in Alabama, which explains why there are soo many neglected sailboats here...
     


  9. jamieFL

    jamieFL

    Joined Oct 6, 2018
    70 posts, 18 likes
    Watkins 25 Seawolf
    Rotarran US Dunnellon / Crystal River
    I second John. Advertise it on Craigslist and give it away for one months storage. That will give the new owner one month to move it and make the yard owner happy too.

    Give some young buck a chance to live a dream.