the_Bartender
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Location:
Lower Chesapeake Bay/Atlantic Ocean
Occupation:
Former Merchant Mariner, Now Commercial Fishing

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the_Bartender

Member, from Lower Chesapeake Bay/Atlantic Ocean

Please let me know the particulars about your boat, engine, gear ratio, amenities and most important, the Price! Sep 13, 2017

    1. Brainey
      Brainey
      Same to you
    2. Brainey
      Brainey
      Over $100K
      1. the_Bartender
        the_Bartender
        That is certainly what I would expect if not double that depending on the amenities. It would be a shame and a travesty to buy your boat just to gut it and hope to sell off the parts. Which I would not be able to bring myself to do! Thanks for your time and best of luck.
        Sep 13, 2017
    3. Brainey
      Brainey
      She's a 1989, solid glass hull, re-powered in 2011 with a factory recon Cummins 6CTA and new gear. 300 hours on both currently. Set up for hook and line fishing and cruising, old but good electronics, sips fuel. If you want complete specs and photos email me at bill.rainey444@gmail.com and I'll reply. Thanks.
      1. the_Bartender
        the_Bartender
        I can probably save both of us a lot of time if you would let me have an idea of how much you will be asking for her. I am looking for a boat to set up for commercial fishing. This means basically a bare bones hull and engine. From the picture in your profile you will be selling a Yacht.
        Sep 13, 2017
    4. the_Bartender
      the_Bartender
      Please let me know the particulars about your boat, engine, gear ratio, amenities and most important, the Price!
    5. Brainey
      Brainey
      Sir - if you are really interested in a 40 YB I have one in VA Beach that will be hitting the market in the spring.
      1. the_Bartender
        the_Bartender
        Please let me know the particulars about your boat, engine, gear ratio, amenities and most important, the Price!
        Sep 13, 2017
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    Location:
    Lower Chesapeake Bay/Atlantic Ocean
    Occupation:
    Former Merchant Mariner, Now Commercial Fishing
    Boat Make:
    35 Bruno
    I was born into a family where I think my parents had children so they would have crew for our racing sailboats. We built our boats during the winter and raced them over the season. I worked summers in a local boatyard, cutting my teeth on wooden boats, and stayed there for 20 years until I went and started my own boat repair company specializing in fiberglass construction and repair. Then took off into the merchant marines. From there I have commercial fished for the past 3 years.
    I came to this forum in search of a Downeast boat to purchase and set up in commercial fishing, (gillnet).