[Public-List] Fw: Alberg30 good one for sail

George Dinwiddie via Public-List public-list at lists.alberg30.org
Thu Jun 25 19:41:48 PDT 2015

The list stripped the photos, but if anyone is interested I can post them.

  - George

On 6/25/15 10:17 PM, Jonathan Adams via Public-List wrote:
> See details below. This boat was in great shape when we saw her down in Norfolk.
> Jonathan
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> Date:Tue, Jun 23, 2015 at 9:28 PM
> Subject:Alberg30
> Jonathan Adams, yes you did. That's where I bought it from, the aft bench is kind of one of a kind hard to miss. It has been my love aboard since then, but my girlfriend has decided to move aboard with me and it worked for awhile but rapidly became to small so we bought a much larger boat. Since then I have neglected the Alberg and she needs to just move on to someone that deserves to have her, I know I will not get what I paid for her but I willing to accept that. But I won't let someone basically rob me of her, even with the motor not running I know it's worth something. Motor aside its a really nice Alberg, sails are in good shape and standing rigging is in good shape. Running rigging is ok, it's got one good battery and solar panel is working good with charge controller keeping battery topped off. It has all new cushion throughout, gps, depth finder, brand new head and plumbing. Don't know what else to say, if you think there is some more info I
>   should give let me know. These are the only 3 pics I have but I can take more if needed, at this point I just need her gone because I'm paying for two slip fees and in Magothy Marina that's a fortune.
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