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imthebest68 posted 03-16-2008 03:24 PM ET (US)   Profile for imthebest68   Send Email to imthebest68  
I found a 9 ft squall on craigslist for $175 do you think i should buy it
it does need a little work but not to much i can find the money relatively easy(i am 14) do you think i should buy it
contender posted 03-16-2008 05:47 PM ET (US)     Profile for contender  Send Email to contender     
How good are you with fiberglass/painting algrip, do you have a place to work on it, do you have the tools and knowhow? What do you want the boat for, this model whaler has a round bottom and without the center board rolls very easy. Are you getting the mast, sail, and rudder. I think the boat dry weights around 125 lbs. weight the boat see how much water is in the hull. The price sounds very good, but not seeing the boat I do not know the condition. You do not want to spend more money and time on the boat than its worth unless this is something you really want. At 14 it would be a good learning process, However, I would try and save my money and find a 13 whaler that will give you more years of service as you grow older and fun...good luck to you
Newtauk1 posted 03-16-2008 08:12 PM ET (US)     Profile for Newtauk1  Send Email to Newtauk1     
I have one in mint condition. It has all the rigging, keel and rudder. If these are not included it may cost over $300.00 to buy used.

Do you plan to sail this or use with an outboard? I am saving the boat for my young son.

Look for a 13' Whaler while you are at it. If you buy it I have a parts list and rigging instructions I can email you or drop in mail.


dino54904 posted 03-17-2008 10:22 AM ET (US)     Profile for dino54904  Send Email to dino54904     
I bought a Squall last fall for $300 which included all the parts for the sail boat version of the boat. It also included an ugly, but usable trailer. My boat's hull needs sanding and paint to make it pretty again. The main value in a Squall comes with the rigging (rudder, center board, mast and sail. If the one that is listed has all that stuff with it I think it is certainly worth what they are asking.
wurzig posted 03-17-2008 10:48 AM ET (US)     Profile for wurzig  Send Email to wurzig     
question for contender. i recently bought a squall which did not come with a manual, parts list, or rigging instructions. could i purchase the same from you, or do you know of a source from which they might be available? thanks
wurzig posted 03-17-2008 10:51 AM ET (US)     Profile for wurzig  Send Email to wurzig     
sorry, i believe my question should have been directed to Newtauk 1.
Newtauk1 posted 03-17-2008 01:12 PM ET (US)     Profile for Newtauk1  Send Email to Newtauk1     
I'll send you copies of what I have.
imthebest68 posted 03-17-2008 09:00 PM ET (US)     Profile for imthebest68  Send Email to imthebest68     
thanks for all the info but i lost it. the boat sold in just 4 hours oh well there is always next time by the way i already have a 13 thank you for the suggestion.i wanted something for an old 3 horsepower motor i had. i am also preparing to buy a 1970's 19 ft outrage

Thanks again

contender posted 03-18-2008 07:08 PM ET (US)     Profile for contender  Send Email to contender     
wurzig: sorry I do not have the rigging for the squall nor know were to get them (rudder, mast, sail) I just know these are the first things that are miss placed/lost and hard to find...good luck on your quest
Tohsgib posted 03-19-2008 10:00 AM ET (US)     Profile for Tohsgib  Send Email to Tohsgib     
I have a rudder...$99 delivered to your door.

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