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- Scurvy Dog
- Posts: 6
- Joined: August 25th, 2013, 10:06 pm
I'm considering the purchase of a 1984 3207 as a live-aboard for 1 initially with a dog and female companion added in that order within a short period of time lol... I'm curious about any known trouble spots/ problems with these vessels? anything I should watch for? I saw the sweet interior refit for built in TV that a member did that was exactly like the mod i was thinking of doing based on the pics of the 3207s I've looked at.
however my main concern at the moment is getting the boat... I should mention that I'm in the great lakes area...
any input you folks may have to offer would be appreciated.
- Deck Hand
- Posts: 51
- Joined: March 7th, 2013, 7:43 pm
- Vessel Info: 2000 CARVER 456 MY
Full Bridge and aft deck enclosure
Originally purchased in Staten Island
Second owner also purchased in Staten Island in 2012
Now berthed in Toronto Canada
A wonderful and fully appointed luxury yacht.
- Location: Toronto Ontario Canada
- Has thanked: 7 times
- Been thanked: 4 times
You will find that you need a lot more room for people pets and stuff. Perhaps before you buy , you can look at some 40 plus ft boats , just to be on the safe side.
- Scurvy Dog
- Posts: 12
- Joined: May 29th, 2013, 12:57 pm
- Vessel Info: 1983 3207 aft cabin
the only drawback that I can think of is their is no dinette, if the weather is poor we have to use the coffee table, other than that its a great boat except for the fuel economy...if I was to upgrade I would go with diesels (think trawler)
- Scurvy Dog
- Posts: 24
- Joined: April 25th, 2013, 9:37 pm
Don't worry about those who say you must live on a 40 plus footer...rubbish! These boats have a lot of room for a boat this size.
"Brown Eyed Girl"
1981 Carver 3007 30ft. Aft Cabin
Huntington Harbour, Ca
"But why's the rum gone....?"
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