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 Post subject: Farr 7500 for sale
PostPosted: Mar 6th, '18, 17:20 
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The Farr 7500 is on the market. It is on Gumtree now and I will put it on Boatpoint in the next couple of days. No towing worries with Mr Plod as it has brand new brake away Hydrastar electric over hydraulic four wheel discs. Springs and bearings also replaced.
I knew at the time spending just on 5k on the trailer was an over capitalisation but I wanted to give my boating future the best chance of success. But it was the sailing, going places for overnight, happy hours, exploring and just mucking around in boats we enjoyed it all together, without her the magic has gone out of boating for me.


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 Post subject: Re: Farr 7500 for sale
PostPosted: Mar 6th, '18, 19:09 
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Hi Mal, we understand that this is not an easy decision for you but can understand the reasons why. We will miss the odd time we caught up around the lakes and hope that your lovely boat finds some wonderful new owners who will love and care for her.
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Sue n Crew,


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Sue H wrote:
Hi Mal, we understand that this is not an easy decision for you but can understand the reasons why. We will miss the odd time we caught up around the lakes ...

I caught up with Mal (in his caravan) at Paynesville on Monday and suggested he keep a life jacket in the caravan; I'm sure he'll have little trouble finding the occasional OtherPeoplesBoat to hitch a ride on when he feels the need for a sail.

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