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Looking for my new Home

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Looking for my new Home

Postby angus1 » June 22nd, 2013, 4:07 pm

Hello everyone my name is Angus and i'm looking for my new home my wife and i were divers and I've owned boats all my life and now i'm looking for my live aboard since my wife passed away with breast cancer 3 yrs. ago and would like to learn more or as much as i can and hopefully from Carver owners on this site, our son is off to College to Med School like his Mother was , I'm interested in a 503 , 506 and a 56 , can anyone give me some input based on what i'm looking for ......... , Dana Point , Newport Beach and Huntington Beach CA. Area ....

Thank you and Have a Great Day !!!

Angus M. :captain:
Angus Looking for my new Home " Live Aboard Carver " , 503,506, and 56

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Re: Looking for my new Home

Postby CYO Admin » June 23rd, 2013, 7:55 am

Welcome to the forum! I am sorry to hear about your wife. Difficult times I am sure :(

Some one will chime in regarding your question but I don't think you can go wrong with anything in SoCal!

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