Trivial Pursuit - Corribee Trailer JR

  • 31 Aug 2018 15:36
    Message # 6647999

    Hi all,

    Well I've had a fantastic time with TP this summer in Greece so far but I am considering options for next year. Either a bigger boat (love love the Oryx) or possibly a new location which may not include the boat for the next year or two. We've already sold the caravan in preparation where we stay for €1400 (all bills inc) a year if people want a great chilled campsite living like we have the past few years.

    So TP is sat in beautiful Kefalonia and will likely only attract people from this site who want a boat in the med and of course a JR. For summer I leave it in the water in the marina which is free like most of Kefalonia. Only two places charge I believe.

    The boat was towed over by me 2 years ago, registered recently on the SRR (I believe it's £25 to change names), antifouled, engine flushed and it's been taking me around the island to date.

    It's in great condition and ready for its next owner.

    Price is more than when I advertised it last time in the UK as I am covering the cost of bringing it here (3 ferries!) but I will be advertising locally at €4500 which is a shade over £4k. For members of this site, it's £3750.

    To confirm, the price includes a great condition trailer and Suzuki 6hp motor with low hours.

    Any questions please ask.

    Thanks

    Andrew

  • 01 Sep 2018 21:01
    Reply # 6649643 on 6647999

    Dear Andrew. Where is it now ?  I am in France. Best Regards, Raymond

    Email : rliljeros@gmail.com

  • 02 Sep 2018 11:36
    Reply # 6650121 on 6649643
    Anonymous wrote:

    Dear Andrew. Where is it now ?  I am in France. Best Regards, Raymond

    Email : rliljeros@gmail.com

    Hello Raymond


    It’s in Kefalonia, Greece. 


    Kind regards

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