Desperately Seeking Ginger (the owner of Colvin steel junk)

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  • 26 Apr 2017 14:10
    Reply # 4780277 on 4754690

    That's great news. 

    At this point, maybe find a different broker that's in the area to chase it down? Somebody with high reviews from local customers.  I don't think that's unethical given the trouble you've had with the unresponsive yard.

    I bet that some other brokers around there already know who owns her. 

     

    -  I'm at James Baldwin's Atom Voyages site all the time - and I've even looked at those photos before.  I'm chagrined that I didn't find them either.  

  • 01 Jun 2017 15:20
    Reply # 4874592 on 4754690

    Hey Mark,

    Any good news on Ginger?

  • 03 Jun 2017 10:57
    Reply # 4878117 on 4754690

    I was never able to speak to the owner.  I got the owner's phone number and address and inquiries to both were unanswered.  I also got in touch with the onsite broker,  who also attempted contact,  but was unsuccessful in getting a response

  • 04 Jun 2017 02:31
    Reply # 4878897 on 4754690

    I'm sorry to hear that, Mark.  I was recently sent another link by one 'Winston', but didn't post it.  I asked him to introduce himself before sending me any more essentially anonymous information, however well meant.  However, if you are seriously looking for a Colvin this might be worth pursuing.  I've not actually even opened the link myself.

    http://www.sailboatlistings.com/view/65122

  • 18 Jun 2017 00:23
    Reply # 4905632 on 4754690

    You might like this boat, then.  It's also much, much closer to you: http://www.yachtworld.com/boats/2010/Colvin-Gazelle--2946914/SEATTLE/WA/United-States

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