Buying a Badger

  • 10 Jan 2020 22:18
    Reply # 8538138 on 8528436

    David, that's fantastic, on all counts! And what a great way to solve the problem of that campground :-)

  • 10 Jan 2020 14:44
    Reply # 8534884 on 8534701
    Anonymous wrote:

    Congratulations, David! Is this Elaine-Elizabeth? How wonderful, if so, that the boat will have its new home here in this region. Any way around, sure hope you'll sail up for the junket in the fall!

    Shemaya


    Hi Shemaya, yes and yes.  Kim banned me from staying in that camp ground again so I had to buy a boat!  LOL!
  • 10 Jan 2020 14:20
    Reply # 8534701 on 8528436

    Congratulations, David! Is this Elaine-Elizabeth? How wonderful, if so, that the boat will have its new home here in this region. Any way around, sure hope you'll sail up for the junket in the fall!

    Shemaya


  • 09 Jan 2020 20:32
    Message # 8528436

    You will soon see me posting questions on self steering, dinghies, wood stoves etc so I may as well fess up.

    I have bought a Badger in Northeast US and take delivery in Spring.  I will be keeping it as close to Newport RI USA as I can afford and will try to share my experiences with the group.

    Any Badger owners out there please let me know so we can share info.

    Cheers,

    David.

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