FREE 34' wooden cabin cruiser

by Anne
(Edgartown, Ma)

SOLD


Our family boat the "Lydia G" is in need of a new home.

She is in need of some serious restoration but is definitely salvagable.

Has been out of the water for quite a few years but the bottom still looks good.

This is a 34' Maine built wooden cabin cruiser. Perkins slant 6 diesel engine.


This was a very loved part of our family and we are willing to give it away to the right person.

Our next step if we can not find someone to restore her would be to scrap her.

Please, if your looking for a project and you have boat restoration skills or the monetary means to do so think about taking our boat.

email me at acl29@comcast.net

Comments for FREE 34' wooden cabin cruiser

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Oct 13, 2016
boat is gone!
by: Anonymous

Thanks for your interest but this boat is gone. If I knew how to take it off this website I would.

Oct 10, 2016
Is this still a valid add?
by: 8216eaton@gmail.com

my family and I are preping for a move to Utila
we would be open to restore an old sentimental classic.

Aug 23, 2016
I am not a land lover
by: David cyr

I would love to give a new home I have cancer and I want to live the rest of my life on a boat so if you still have it I want it thank you 229 -331-4587 I have question

Jul 08, 2016
Living on a Boat
by: samuel vermeulen

Hi there,

I am looking for a boat to living on.

I love to build one and looking for plans,

Nice boat,
Greetings

Jun 01, 2016
Thank you
by: Ula and Tomas

We are thinking to live on the boat.

My dream is to travel around meeting new people.

Me and my partner can take of you Boat.

May 04, 2016
want to own a boat
by: osama

I want to own a boat from made my hand, so I want to outline a wooden boat Classic

Nov 06, 2015
I like
by: John boyd

I'd like to have this fine craft my number is 9402310324.

Text me pr call and let me know if it is still there

Jul 11, 2014
going..
by: Anne

sorry scheduled for demolition next month.


Jul 11, 2014
boat name
by: Anonymous

I ave been looking for wooden cabin cruiser plans and it gave this add as a possible and just to add to the ironic my sir name is Lydiatt a one off chance I would like the boat my self but have not got a trailer big enough and I would have to find a boat haulage firm so if it is still on offer I could find out the cost of haulage. thank


Aug 04, 2013
lydia G
by: Anne

Rhonda Owen,
I sent you an email to the address you wrote. Just wondering if you got it.

Anne

Jul 31, 2013
Very interested
by: Rhonda Owen

Email is roneaneaowen & yahoo.com



Jun 09, 2013
Wrong Side of the Pond
by: mark

Sadly I'm the wrong side of the pond.

Been restoring an 1935 Fifie but on the hunt for a more family friendly wooden cruiser.

Not many fit the bill like this in the UK.

Good luck!


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