1927 Gaff Topsail Cutter
"Fore An' Aft"


Great opportunity for the Right person / people.

I have to find an owner for my cutter, she has been in storage for the last 4 years but I now must sell her.


The hull and topsides are sound the entire boat needs to be cleaned and repainted.

A listing of all the equipment will be available.


I was in the process of replacing the Aux engine when health issue force me to store the boat, and I now must find her a good owner/home.

28' l.o.d, 42' l.o.a

(New Steel Knees)

If you are Interested please give me a shout at
978-594-1402 if not home leave a message any time is okay, or email at salemrigger@yahoo.com

Best Regards,

Dave Mullin
Salem Ma

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"Fore An' Aft"

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Apr 21, 2012
SOLD
by: Mike

Thanks for letting us know Dave.

Apr 21, 2012
Fore An' Aft has new home
by: Fore an' Aft

Sold

Hey Folks i just wanted to post this Fore An aft found a nice new home in New York the state she was built in.

I am trying to remove this post but haven't figured out how yet (damn computers)

April 21. 2012




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