We just were notified that the Seller of the boat we’re interest in has accepted our offer.
Ok. I’m better now. Time for a survey. Surveyor is notified, will get back to me shortly with possible dates. I’ll get back with probably flight and hotel information.
With luck weather won’t be horrible. We’ll likely waive a sea trial. Too late in the season. Speaking to both insurance companies and the surveyor, they can do the best job on the hard anyway. Short of ensuring the boat doesn’t sink, or masts don’t fall off in waves. Anyway, at this point, I’ll take it. Spoke to a mechanic at the marina who worked on the boat when the boat was hauled. Said he took care of tightening bolts, checking some hoses and clamps and then winterizing the engine and it starts and runs fine. He was not sure of the oil changes or any of that.
I’ll personally check that stuff out. No responses on any maintenance logs, and I doubt I will find any.
On the good side, I’ve spoken to several people who have been on this boat, seen it and even know the owner. He gets high marks for being picky about the boat and caring for it at this point. But thus far, I’ve seen only pictures and pictures might be worth a thousand words in the mind of Confucius, but I prefer seeing something in real life, living color.