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  1. #41
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    Default Re: Sail to power: coming to our senses

    Hi Porto

    The Camargue 50 was my shortlisted favourite and I may well come back to it! The Camargue 44 also looks like an option. These will be 18-20 years old in my budget so that is maybe a worry.

    I'm going to see some smaller but much newer boats (2015 - 2017) next week, appointments booked. No way in the same league but might actually be better suited. Let's see.
    Graham. Bavaria 42 Vision, "Scala" under offer

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    Default Re: Sail to power: coming to our senses

    Quote Originally Posted by Portofino View Post
    One buy not money sink hole intermediate stage .
    I think I know what you mean....
    Graham. Bavaria 42 Vision, "Scala" under offer

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    Default Re: Sail to power: coming to our senses

    Quote Originally Posted by FlowerPower View Post
    ... - Sealine SC35 - Hull extends underneath the bathing platform, and quite beamy, so good seakeeping for the size. Modern interior. Tight around the forward berth. Love it or Loathe it styling. Top speed 30kts if you are lucky. Cruise speed 22kts. Large soft-top sliding roof is a plus - less canvas to mess around with....
    Hi FP, wondered as an SC35 Sealine owner what you might make of the S380, which I think is a basically an updated SC35 produced by Hanse, or at least, after Sealine was bought by Hanse.

    Bates Wharf have one at Swanwick, I'm going to look at it next week.
    https://www.bateswharf.co.uk/used-bo...BoatID=7034067

    That's a 2014 boat with D4/300s, seems well equipped and sensible hours. I'm not entirely struck on the styling TBH, but can't argue with the amount of space you get as a result of the boxy shape.
    Graham. Bavaria 42 Vision, "Scala" under offer

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    Default Re: Sail to power: coming to our senses

    Quote Originally Posted by Scala View Post
    Hi FP, wondered as an SC35 Sealine owner what you might make of the S380, which I think is a basically an updated SC35 produced by Hanse, or at least, after Sealine was bought by Hanse.

    Bates Wharf have one at Swanwick, I'm going to look at it next week.
    https://www.bateswharf.co.uk/used-bo...BoatID=7034067

    That's a 2014 boat with D4/300s, seems well equipped and sensible hours. I'm not entirely struck on the styling TBH, but can't argue with the amount of space you get as a result of the boxy shape.
    Now that’s is a very tidy example.

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    Default Re: Sail to power: coming to our senses

    Yes looks good Paul. Dealer-owned boat so might do a P/X. Anyway let's see.

    I'm wondering if the boxy styling can be disguised a bit by wrapping the hard top. I've seen a couple of SC35s with a dark bronze finish to the upper works. Looks better IMHO.
    Graham. Bavaria 42 Vision, "Scala" under offer

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    Default Re: Sail to power: coming to our senses

    Now that is a very nice looking boat. S380 is an SC35 as built by Hanse with the extended bathing platform and a somewhat improved interior finish, with a price tag to match.. D4-300s are also the most desirable engine option.

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    Default Re: Sail to power: coming to our senses

    Ummm, interesting. It's quite a bit more money than SC35s are going for but also quite a bit newer.

    Seems to be the only one for sale at the moment, any idea how many they made?
    Graham. Bavaria 42 Vision, "Scala" under offer

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    Default Re: Sail to power: coming to our senses

    Quote Originally Posted by Scala View Post
    Ummm, interesting. It's quite a bit more money than SC35s are going for but also quite a bit newer.

    Seems to be the only one for sale at the moment, any idea how many they made?
    It’s a lot more than a 35 like nearly 50K more , I’ve just looked over one for a client that was a 35 with the longer platform , semi med spec but no genny , I know it went for under 150k and was a dealer stock boat with a warranty, I’d be giving nothing like the asking price for this one .

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    Default Re: Sail to power: coming to our senses

    What age was that one Paul? There's a few advertised at about 130-150.
    Graham. Bavaria 42 Vision, "Scala" under offer

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    Default Re: Sail to power: coming to our senses

    Quote Originally Posted by Scala View Post
    What age was that one Paul? There's a few advertised at about 130-150.

    It wasn’t advertised, 2014

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