Free to a good home

by Liz
(Port Kembla)

Hi Folks, My father passed away recently and he was the owner of an old boat which is currently moored at Port Kembla Harbour (1.5hrs South of Sydney, Australia)

I can't really afford to restore the boat and I have been advised by the Harbour that I have to remove the boat as we have lost the right to the mooring with my dads passing.

If anyone is interesting in restoring and taking ownership of the boat, I'd be happy to donate it to a good home if the recipient is happy to incurr the costs to have it removed from the harbour.

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Dec 13, 2015
She is Beautiful
by: Martin Enright

She is beautiful I wish I had money I would live on her. Start away

Nov 16, 2013
Still there?
by: Jamie

Hi, I know it's a while but is she still available?

I've been looking for one thing like this for years.

Sep 22, 2013
When does she have to be moved.
by: Bill

Is she still available and by when do you have to move her.

Are there any costs / penalties on her at the moment?


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