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Shopping for a Sailboat – Prioritizing what issues most





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28 comments

  1. Personal choices are a personal criteria. HOW to sell a boat you say nothing about. Mot a good video, far from it

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  2. Fantastic

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  3. I need best 30ft boat under 5000€

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  4. Hey I am 36, and am looking to buy my fist sailboat to live on, and this was the first video on recommendations, great tips thanks.

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  5. Always wondered what those aft seats were called lol

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  6. Um, I hate to have to disagree, but a center cockpit will actually have more motion, especially in the roll axis, precisely because it is higher vs. a traditional rear cockpit. Let's be honest, the real reason why you most likely prefer the center cockpit is because it gives a full rear mastercabin and an aft deck for you to lie out on. BTW, they are called cabins on a boat, not rooms. It's a ship, not a condo or house.

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  7. Ok folks, Deck Saloon or is it Deck Salon, my understanding is that Saloon is a place of gathering eg eating/drinking or entertainment where salon is a place of beauty (hair) – the Yankees should get the Oxford dictionary out. just my point in this matter.

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  8. Oyster 56 listed as used 2007 model at $890,000. Warning……the info in this vid is for the filthy rich only.

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  9. Just watched a 52 Sturier docking along side, in the calm canal Göra kanal. Took them 20 minutes. Fun to watch though.

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  10. good info, but I would like to point out this is mostly opinion based – John Guzzwell sailed around the world on a 20ft sailboat and loved it the whole way!

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  11. exactly learn on a dinghy without leadthen get on a cruiser with lead,

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  12. Hi Guys , I am back now, just took some time away from YouTube. Great info about what to look for in buying a yacht. And how's the cooking going?

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  13. Good video. Laughing at the end of the video, we all people watch at the dock. But when your coming in you know they are watching you lol

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  14. Great Info, really useful, I think the same when choosing a sailing boat, the only difference is that I want to buy a catamaran for much space and less roll and wave's. Good video, keep going :))

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  15. "Are you recording?". "NO!!" LMAO

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  16. its not how heavy a boat weighs that is important, but how much hull it has in the water. Most modern day fin keel yachts have little bilge in the water, therefore literally sit on top of the water. Displacement yachts will have a large proportion of the hull in the water, meaning it will handle better in heavy weather, will not scewer off the waves in a following sea etc, but will also heave too in most conditions which is vital, although any yacht with gentle persuasion will heave too to some extent . There are plenty of disadvantages with displacement hulls also, that is a restriction on speed in respect of waterline length speed, etc.Where as a semi planing hull can be more comfortable in a following sea, as the blooming things over take the waves that a displacement yacht will take firmly and squarely up the bum , i suppose in a way, there is no perfect hull at all. There is a ratio to work to when choosing what sort of yacht you need. Someone that suffers attention disorder , needs semi displacement planing hulls, which will keep them occupied and stimulated much longer. Vanishing Stability should be the same % as your psychological Stability as a general rule of thumb . The less stable you are, the less stable the boat needs to be 😉

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  17. You forgot to mention the most important factor – BUDGET! I guess less than a % of people watching your channel has the funds to buy an Oyster that s worth over a million……..

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  18. I really don’t like people making negative comments about free videos but I would (with respect) like to make a constructive comment. I have no problem with you stating your opinion about the type of boat you like but it is the reasons why you have such an opinion that matter. How long have you lived aboard a catamaran? If you haven’t then your opinion about them isn’t worth much. I compare you living “down below” to be the equivalent of living in a nicely appointed basement (high and small windows, more moisture etc). A beautiful sports car is definitely “prettier” than a motorhome but which would you rather call your home. I am definitely interested in the why of your beliefs but naked opinions don’t impress me much. Happy sailing.

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  19. Budget is the biggest determinate for boat purchase. That's why I'm off round the word in a Mirror dinghy – when I've saved up enough:-)

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  20. Good video for those considering buying a boat.👍 But just being a devils advocate – do you need to buy a boat? Of course if you are a liveaboard the answer has to be yes but for many people buying may not be the most sensible choice at all. Pay as you go boating or chartering is a perfectly good option for people who are in the midstream of busy lives. I have chums with boats on the south coast of the Uk who are paying £7K in marina fees alone who feel they are doing well to get away for 2weeks on the boat plus maybe 2 or 3 weekends. To me that is an expensive way to do it and you are spending more time ‘looking after’ the boat than you are Sailing. I am a pay as you go chap and I manage 4- 5 weeks a year in the Med for less than the marina fees some of my chums are paying.

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  21. Well thought out. Thank you for sharing!

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  22. Hi interesting video.
    I would call it a Saloon, I think a Salon is a place where ladies go to get a hair cut and any thing else ??

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  23. Thank you for another interesting and entertaining video. Love the outtake. Cheers from NZ.

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  24. Deck salon, no it's deck saloon, I'ts English so I'm wright.
    That cracked me up! Nice vid as always Kim.

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  25. "Uh oh he's going to crash now, ah bam! " Love the outtakes! I hope Simon always cuts to the scene holding the mallet when he says "man cave." I feel your pain with the headroom. I'm 6'4" and I chose the best career choice to be a boat engineer.

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  26. K, i dont want to scare you, i now have my conscience eating me up lol . In the early 80s, yachting monthly released an April Addition, with an April Fools article. It was about , with the popularity of glass fibre boats increasing, that Gribble worm found in Wooden Yachts had evolved and now found in GRP Hulls, now known as Polyestermites.

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  27. "My dock neighbor has noticed this sound coming from his boat while at the slip, A kind of crackling sound.

    It's definitely not an electrical sound and to prove it we disconnected everything electrical and it made no difference to the sound.

    I've told him that it's possibly pollymites, A kind of bacteria that eats polyester and epoxy, and that it can spread from boat to boat.

    I've also informed him that damage his boat causes mine is his problem and he is best to contact his insurance company, because I will be contacting mine.

    He's going to do due diligence and Bug bomb his boat as I have recommended.

    Is there anything else I should be doing in this situation?"

    I hope this helps , thats why i have a wooden yacht . Tracey xx

    Oh by the way, thanks for the response re tracks this is what i did with them , as they were used as an internal Advert within the collective.

    https://archive.org/details/Anonyirma

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